SGCI Young Professionals Network

The SGCI Young Professionals Network is a community for those just starting out as well as experienced researchers and educators who are beginning to use Science Gateways. Supporters of the Young Professionals Network serve as mentors, workforce development committee members, and hosts for Young Professionals activities. Please fill in the Young Professionals Application and return to Dr. Linda Hayden.

SGCI Young Professionals SPOTLIGHT

Shining the spotlight on the current and next generation of science gateway users and developers. This website feature highlights young professionals and their work experiences, training, academic interests, hobbies, and vision.

SGCI Young Professional of the Year Award

Acknowledging a young professional member for notable achievement in the advancement of science gateways. The award includes a certificate plus an honorarium and website highlight.

Young Professional Liaison to the SGCI Workforce Development Committee

Have a voice in developing strategies for career growth and professional success.

Networking Opportunities through Virtual Seminars

Provides an opportunity to meet with gateway experts and other young professionals to expand your network. Focused on encouraging career growth, sharing accomplishments, and learning from others. Discover what young professionals can expect as they embark on their careers.

Support for Professional Editing for Your Technical Publications

Designed to assist you in producing publications that are in a style that is polished and ready for submission.

Questions? Email ypnetwork@sciencegateways.org.

Download SGCI Young Professionals Flyer

 

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A collaboration of seven universities, led by:
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University of California at San Diego
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This project is funded by the National Science Foundation under award number ACI-1547611. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.