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2011 Workshop Slide Presentations

Presented at the 2011 Annual Meeting
of the American Society for Virology

Tuesday - July 19, 2011
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

Education and Career Development Workshop

Management and Your Career:
Time, People, and Science

Convenor:  Rebecca E. Dutch, University of Kentucky

Scientists are rarely trained in management, but scientific careers at every stage are impacted by our ability to manage time, goals, and people. This workshop and the speakers will address time management, management of long-term goals, and management of people, incorporating helpful ideas and practical lessons learned from their careers.  This special session is principally aimed at graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, although anyone registered for the meeting is welcome to attend.  The workshop will be highly interactive and will offer time for discussion and questions.


Stacey Schultz-Cherry Don't Do It Like Me:
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Setting Realistic Short-Term Goals
Christopher Broder My Science Career:
Uniformed Services University How Do I Keep Moving Forward?
Rozanne Sandri-Goldin Why a Virologist Needs to be an
University of California, Irvine Effective Human Resources Manager