May 10, 2017
AGU will be hosting several webinars next week. These are great opportunities to build your knowledge and prepare for your career path so plan ahead and register today. You can view more upcoming webinars at the new Webinars.agu.org.
15 May, 2-3PM ET: SCIENCING SOCIAL MEDIA
Are you a scientist who wants to learn the best way to start using social media for science? Or are you an experienced social media user who wants tips and tools on how to improve your message and reach? AGU Sharing Science and guest presenter Paige Jarreau from Louisiana State University will cover tips and tools on effective use of social media! Register for this event now.
17 May, 12-1PM ET: USING KUDOS TO MAXIMIZE YOUR READERSHIP AND ARTICLE IMPACT
With more than 2.5 million journal articles being published each year, it’s becoming increasingly important for authors to make their work more discoverable. You’ll receive expert advice on the importance and benefits of sharing your research, and how to use Kudos to explain, share, and measure your articles for greater impact and case studies from authors who have successfully increased readership for their articles. Webinar seats are limited so register today.
18 May, 2-3PM ET: GETTING TO YES: LEARNING TO NEGOTIATE MORE EFFECTIVELY
Whether it’s for your first job or a change of scenery, salary negotiation can be stressful. This webinar will provide you with the tips and skills you need to negotiate more effectively, from calculating your salary range and determining non-salary negotiables to preparing your justifications and closing the deal. Register now.
Other Career Development Webinars of Interest to AGU Members
Also on 18 May at 7PM, the American Meteorological Society’s Board for Private Sector Meteorologists (BPSM) will be hosting their bi-annual webinar. This webinar’s topic is “Non-Traditional Skills to Give you a Competitive Edge in the Atmospheric Sciences.” You can learn more about the panelists at BPSM’s Facebook page and register for the event here.