We will be having our next focus group Wednesday at 4PM in the Interaction Zone. Our suggested topic is “Stress and Emotional Health”. We understand that this can be a sensitive topic, so for those of you who’d rather contribute to the discussion anonymously, we’ve made a form for you to send us anonymous input.
We had a very successful focus group last Wednesday, 8 June! The topic was “Career Prospects and Optimism”, and the attendees all had a lively discussion. Continue reading Focus Group 8 June: Career Prospects & Optimism
Thanks to all those who attended our GTRI Recruiting Event!! For those who were unable to attend, we’ll include some of the most important information below.
GAP welcomes everyone back to campus for the Spring 2016 semester! Here are just a few of the things to look forward to in the upcoming semester:
Our biweekly Physics Forum will begin again on Thursday, January 28 at 4PM in the Interaction Zone. Any students who are interested in giving a 20 or 40 minute presentation on their research or other topic of interest should contact our officer Forrest Kieffer to be placed on the schedule.
We are proud to be involved in organizing an event in the 2016 Atlanta Science Festival – The Science of Beer will be hosted at SweetWater Brewery on Wednesday, March 23rd. More details to come.
See below for information regarding a C.I.A. career event hosted by oSTEM@GT:
Ever wondered what it’d be like to work for the CIA? Explore the life of a CIA Analyst by joining us on Thursday, March 26th in Clough 152.
Recruiters and representatives from various employee resources groups from the CIA will be at there to shine light on job opportunities at the CIA.
7pm Diversity Panel – open discussion about the CIA work culture
8pm Simulations – team competition where students act like CIA analysts tackling real-life CIA operations
Pizza will be provided.
***REGISTER here (especially if you’d like to participate in the Simulations)
Hosted by oSTEM and many other diversity-minded student professional development organizations. For more information, check out the Facebook Event Page.
Welcome to the Graduate Association of Physicists (GAP) website! GAP is a new graduate student organization in the School of Physics that aims to provide career development opportunities to physics PhD students, particularly those of you that do not intend on staying in academia after completing your PhD. Our plans include bringing in speakers who got PhDs in physics and ended up outside of academia and organizing physics community outreach events. The website (and club itself) is still under construction, but you should be hearing from us soon so stay tuned!