Courses and workshops for 2022

Spring semester 2022

Exact dates will be updated in March 2022. The courses and workshops for the fall semester are in planning.

Course/workshopDate
Well-being and Resilience in Academia with Desiree Dickerson, one day online workshopFebruary 21
Looking to the Future – Academic Track: a course that helps you planning your next steps in academiaStarting in March, once per week, exact date tbd
Time and Self-Management with Andrea Tschirf, one day workshop hopefully in person (online backup option)April 1
Scientific Writing for Postdocs with Sophie Fessl: 5 week course where postdocs can improve their writing skillsApril/May, once per week
How to have difficult conversations: 6 week course where you can learn how to address delicate topics and have a productive conversation instead of an argumentMay/June, once per week, exact date tbd
Scientific Presentations: 6 week course where you learn how to use insights from stage performers and story telling to bring your science talk to the next levelMay/June, one per week, exact date tbd

Fall semester 2022

Course/workshop Date
Looking to the Future – General Track: a course that helps you figuring out which career path you want to taketbd
Time and Self-Management with Andrea Tschirf, 1-day workshoptbd
Teaching Didactics with Elisabeth Weber, 1+1-day workshoptbd
Interview Training for Industry with Christine Mössler, 1/2 theory input, mock interview 2 weeks later tbd
How to have difficult conversations: 6 week course where you can learn how to address delicate topics and have a productive conversation instead of an argument tbd
Self-leadership and leadership skills for postdocs: 6 week course where postdocs work in a peer group to develop and improve their leadership skills tbd
Science communication skills for scientists, 1/2-day workshop tbd
E-Lab: IST Austrias course on entrepreneurship by the Technology Transfer Office tbd
Scientific Presentations: 6 week course where you learn how to use insights from stage performers and story telling to bring your science talk to the next level tbd

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