SPECIAL EVENT: Navigating the Academic Pathway: Challenges and Solutions

Room: 
219

Re: Feb 4, 10:45am-12:15pm (Video-link to Wooster Campus (FAHRP116)

Jim,

Could you please reserve your conference room (Agr Engr Rm 219) for a video-link to FAHRP 116 (IP#164.107.83.13) from 10:45am-12:15pm on February 4 ,2014.  The seminar speaker and title are listed below.  Please confirm you have reserved the room. Thank you! J

Robin Weimer

Ohio Agricultural Research

  And Development Center

Food Animal Health Research Program

1680 Madison Avenue

Wooster, OH 44691

Ph: 330-263-3744

Fax: 330-263-3677

E-mail: weimer.3@osu.edu

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From: oardc_notices-bounces@lists.service.ohio-state.edu [mailto:oardc_notices-bounces@lists.service.ohio-state.edu] On Behalf Of Wang, Qiuhong
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Subject: Seminar on Navigating the Academic Pathway on Feb 5

Hi everyone,

The life of an academician has changed dramatically in the last two decades.  Although women face unique challenges in academia, the fact remains that this career path has become increasingly difficult at all rank.  Relevant to both genders, the purpose of this seminar is to highlight these challenges and discuss ways to navigate the process.  Key features of the seminar include (i) identification of how the academic path has changed in the last two decades; (ii) discussion of how to address key issues associated with beginning an academic career; (iii) the challenges in managing work-life balance; and (iv) ways to sustain an academic career for the long haul. There will be some discussion of the unique challenges faced by women in science, who are notoriously underrepresented in the academic world.  Peppered with Dr. Jaykus' personal experiences and a few pieces of advice, the hope is that the audience will be willing to engage in dialogue that will promote the success of academicians at all phases of their careers.

 

Regards,

 

Qiuhong

 

Qiuhong Wang, BM, MS, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Food Animal Health Research Program

OARDC/The Ohio State University

1680 Madison Ave

Wooster, Ohio 44691

wang.655@osu.edu

Phone: (330) 263-3960

FAX (330) 263-3677

 

Title: Navigating the Academic Pathway:  Challenges and Solutions

 

 

 

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

11 am-12:00 noon

Where: Room 114, Food Animal Health Research Program

(Video-linked to Agr Engr Room 219)

 

Invited Speaker: Lee-Ann Jaykus, PhD

 


William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor
Department of Food, Bioprocessing, and Nutrition Sciences,
North Carolina State University

Scientific Director, USDA-NIFA Food Virology Collaborative

 

 

 

 

Dr. Jaykus’s visit is supported by Comprehensive Equity at Ohio State (CEOS)-connect program

 

Event date: 
Tuesday, February 4, 2014 - 10:45am to 12:15pm