Author: Charlotte Anthony | Category: Upcoming Events | August 21, 2018
Naturejobs Career Expo, 27 October 2018, TMCx Accelerator, Houston, TX
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School is hosting Naturejobs Career Expo Texas on Saturday 27th October, 2018 at the TMCx Accelerator in Houston. This event offers talented scientists an excellent opportunity to meet a diverse selection of national and international employers from academic institutions and scientific industries.
The Naturejobs Career Expo is a career fair and conference series exclusively for the scientific community. The event promotes global career opportunities in science, be it in industrial research, research organizations or academia.
During the free one-day event you can:
- Meet a diverse range of international academic and scientific companies
- Attend conference sessions and workshops
- Have your CV evaluated
- Maximize your career prospects
- 82% of exhibitors said that their primary objectives were met.*
- 89% of delegates would recommend the expo to a friend or colleague.*
- Projected number of companies attending: 50
- Projected number of trainees attending: 750
More information: http://www.nature.com/naturejobs/career-expo/event/career-expo-texas/
Resources are being provided by UT System to help defray the costs. If you are interested in going, please contact Marcus Webster (WebsterM@uthscsa.edu) by Thursday, August 30th so we can submit names of attendees. These Nature-sanctioned career events are quite large and this will be a great opportunity to learn more about career options as well as to network with other students at UT System and throughout the country.
Although we need at least six PhD students to procure these funds, we do have additional resources in the GSBS to contribute as well. We can guarantee funds for the first twenty students that respond.
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