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Come join the next event in our FREEYale alumni speaker series with YSEA: a conversation with fellow Yale alum Prof. Ranajeet Ghose!
The event is free, but YOU MUST RSVP to ensure your name is on the guest list.
Prof. Ghose will tell us about:
1. His path as a scientist:How he came into science, why he became interested in studying the structure and dynamics of biomolecules, and why anyone should care about this (seemingly) esoteric area of research
2. How science funding works:The nature of the scientific enterprise and the quest for funding, federal or private, to carry out our work - including his time working for the federal government as a Program Director at the National Science Foundation, making decisions on what science to fund (hence the title of the talk!)
Prof. Ghose's bio:
PhD (1998) in Chemical Physics from Yale. Premier Assistant at the Université de Lausanne from 1998-1999 working on the theoretical foundations of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). Postdoctoral fellow at the Rockefeller University 1999-2002 in NMR-based structural biology. Started in 2002 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, City College of New York and as a member of the PhD programs in Chemistry, Biochemistry and Physics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 2008 and to Full Professor in 2010.
This event connects companies Yale students to promote jobs and internship opportunities. Yale College undergraduate students, as well as graduate students and Post Doctoral scholars from the Yale Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and Professional Schools, are invited to attend. Yale alums are also invited to attend.
This event is sponsored by the Yale Science and Engineering Association; Bulldogs Racing (Society of Automotive Engineering); Career Network for Student Scientists and Postdocs at Yale; Yale Graduate Biomedical Careers Committee; Yale Scientific Magazine; Yale Undergraduate Aerospace Association; Yale Graduate Society of Women Engineers; Yale Undergraduate Society of Women Engineers; and the Yale Office of Career Strategy.
If your company is interested in participating, please contact Janelle Lewis, Assistant Director at the Yale Office of Career Strategy, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE - Startups which have been in business 5 years or less AND have fewer than 10 full-time employees are eligible for Reduced Start-up Registration fee.
Student registration will open in August. Please check here for an updated registration link.