Better Astronomy for a New Generation (BANG!) Seminar List: 01-Aug-2022 to 31-Dec-2022

All BANG Seminar are held at the PSC 1236 and Zoom (email for link) at 4:00-5:00 PM unless otherwise noted.
Date: Thu 22-Sep-2022
Location: PSC 1236 and Zoom (email for link)
Speaker: Esteban Wright (UMD), Liz Tarantino (UMD), Benedikt Diemer (UMD), and Sylvain Veilleux (UMD)
Title: "Applying for Postdoc and other Academic Positions"
Date: Thu 06-Oct-2022
Location: PSC 1236 and Zoom (email for link)
Speaker: Jane Rigby (GSFC)
Title: "How to (slowly) change stuff -- inside the Decadal Survey and our professional society the AAS"

Date: Thu 20-Oct-2022
Location: PSC 1236 and Zoom (email for link)
Speaker: Counseling Center (UMD)
Title: "Wellness Workshop: Managing Imposter Syndrome"
Date: Thu 10-Nov-2022
Location: PSC 1236 and Zoom (email for link)
Speaker: Dr. Giada Arney (NASA GSFC)
Title: "A Presentation on Effective Presentations"

Date: Thu 18-Nov-2022
Location: PSC 1236 and Zoom (email for link)
Speaker: Jordan Ealy and Ben Hord (UMD)
Title: "Discussion on Mentoring"
Date: Thu 01-Dec-2022
Location: PSC 1236 and Zoom (email for link)
Speaker: Ben Hord (UMD)
Title: "Applying for a FINESST Fellowship"


About the BANG Seminar Series

The Astronomy Department's BANG! Seminar (Better Astronomy for the New Generation!) features speakers and discussions on issues of equity and inclusion, career paths, and soft skills for astronomers. Please contact co-leads Jaime Crouse, or Emeline Fromont,or also other organizers including Ell Bogat, Joe DeMartini, Jordan Ealy, Tad Komacek, Katya Leidig, Laura Vega, Stuart Vogel, or Kiana Whitfield with any questions or suggestions for speakers.

SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS:

Special accommodations for individuals with disabilities can be made by calling (301) 405-3001. It would be appreciated if we are notified at least one week in advance.

DIRECTIONS AND PARKING

Directions and information about parking can be found here.

INFORMATION FOR HOSTS

Information for faculty who are hosting a visiting speaker can be found here.

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