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''' Chicago 2020 Remote Meeting, August 2020
Latest revision as of 18:31, 9 August 2020
Chair: Martin White (email@example.com)
Vice-chair: Darcy Barron (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Members: Lindsey Bleem, Evan Grohs, Karthik Prabhu, Sara Simon, Radek Stompor
Charge: The role of the Junior Scientist Advancement Committee (JSAC) is to ensure that junior members (defined as Student Members and Postdoctoral Members; see Bylaws Section 8.1) within the Collaboration are represented, assisted, and supported throughout the tenure of the Collaboration. This will include arranging mentors for junior members who desire mentorship, and facilitating junior member career advancement through relevant workshops and other activities. The JSAC Chair and Vice Chair are appointed by the Spokespersons after consultation with the ET and subject to approval of the GB. The Chair and Vice Chair serve two-year terms that parallel the Collaboration election cycle. Membership on the JSAC is open to volunteers from the Collaboration, with the approval of the JSAC Chair.
Chicago 2020 Remote Meeting, August 2020
Junior Scientist "Job Talks"
A special session with junior members advertising their recent work: https://cmb-s4.org/wiki/index.php/UChicago-2020:_JuniorScientistTalks
UC San Diego meeting, October 2019
Randomized Coffee Trials
Each junior member (grad student or postdoc) will be randomly paired with a senior member who they do not already know well. The only obligation is to meet and have at least a 10 minute conversation about your work over one of the coffee breaks.
Fermilab meeting, March 2019
Job hunting and application workshop with senior members
Princeton meeting, September 2018
Intro to the Decadal Process
David Spergel, Lyman Page, Bruce Partridge
12:30-1:30pm, Thursday, September 6
Jadwin Hall room 102