Organizer: Patrick Green, ABS Graduate Student Representative
Participants will bring their own lunch while meeting with faculty in a small group of peers during the conference lunch times. Please contact Graduate Student Representative, Patrick Green, firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Organizer: Esteban Fernandez-Juricic
Interested in practices to enhance the rigor of Animal Behavior research? • Please, consider attending the OPEN SCIENCE forum Wednesday at 12:15 PM in Illinois A. • Focus on: • computational/statistical reproducibility • pre-prints • registered reports • Brief introduction followed by Q&A and discussion on the implementation challenges of these practices within the animal behavior community.
Please attend the Cultural Competency Workshop
Wednesday July 24th @ 12:15pm in Illinois B
First, we’ll hear from speakers about what it means to be culturally
competent, the benefits of competency, the tools available to begin to
address biases, and common barriers experienced by minoritized
Next, ask panelists about barriers they’ve faced, beneficial changes to
the academic environment, and how they leveraged their own cultural
competencies to facilitate inclusion.
Finally, you’ll break into groups to participate in exercises to break
down barriers, challenge stereotypes, and aid each other in examining
biases and strategies to improve awareness and cultural competency.
NSF Directorate for Biological Sciences News and Updates
Wednesday July 24th @ 12:15pm
NSF Beginning Investigators: Tips for Crafting a Competitive Proposal
Thursday July 25th @ 1pm
Thursday, July 25th @ 1pm
This meeting will provide a venue for discussing the Animal Behaviour journal’s relationship with its current publisher (Elsevier) and Elsevier’s business model. All are welcome.
Friday, July 26 @ 4:15pm
The Public Affairs Committee will organize the third annual 3 MT competition at the 2019 meeting. The following description is taken from the creator’s website: “Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) celebrates the exciting research conducted by PhD students around the world. Developed by The University of Queensland (UQ), the competition cultivates students’ academic, presentation, and research communication skills. Presenting in a 3MT competition increases their capacity to effectively explain their research in three minutes, in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. Competitors are allowed one PowerPoint slide, but no other resources or props”. We encourage all graduate students to consider participating in this event, particularly if they have fewer outreach opportunities at their home institution. Please email email@example.com with any questions. To register please complete the application in the link below.
Saturday, July 27 @ 1:00pm
Come and chat about everything you always wanted to know about the history and inner working of the ABS. Please bring your own lunch to this event.