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Networking 101

Networking 101

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Rockefeller University Caspary Hall

Presented By

Presented by Science Alliance


Have you ever wondered how to build your network? For scientists this is often a difficult and arduous task. However, networking gives you the keys to jobs, collaborations and connections that make you, and the science you do, successful. We will discuss some best practices for in-person and online networking. From how to introduce yourself, work the room at a reception, getting the most out of a conference, cold-calls to potential contacts, and using new tools on the internet- networking is a way of life, with tricks to be learned to give you a leg up in building your connection portfolio.

Speaker:  Corie Lok, Nature Network Senior Editor ; Lori Conlan, NYAS Director of Science Alliance