So, now what? The perspectives of a “laboratory-less” chemistry graduate student amid the COVID-19 outbreak

CIC STUDENTS

On March 11th of 2020, the World Health Organization declared a pandemic across the world due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Weirdly enough, just like in those horrible “end-of-the-world” or “I-will-close-my-eyes-because-I-cannot-watch-that-much-blood” zombie movies, a deadly disease started to rapidly spread everywhere in the world and completely changed the way we live. My own...

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Turning difficulty into opportunity

CIC STUDENTS

Last fall I reflected about the world that PhD students like me are facing, based on the insights of speakers at the Emerging Leaders in Chemical Engineering plenary session. I came to the conclusion that it is essential to explore different opportunities outside the lab for building a rewarding research career. That was last October,...

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Wondering how you can best support students during COVID-19? Ask us.

CIC STUDENTS

How can you best support students during the COVID-19 pandemic? During these unprecedented past few weeks, I have seen this question posed in multiple places, including research meetings, online literature discussions, and social media. The crisis has prompted conversations about teaching and learning among chemistry educators at all levels of expertise, and individuals have jumped...

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Young Professionals’ Meeting in May 2020

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We want to hear from you. Students, new graduates, and early career professionals are invited to join the Chemical Institute of Canada in our Young Professionals’ Meeting in May 21, 2020. This will be an opportunity to share ideas on how you would like us to support you better. Details are coming soon!

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