The social network that ASLO has created allows for unparalleled opportunities to engage with other scientific societies, the science interested, and a broader general audience, in addition to providing another means through which to communicate with our members and scientific community.
We get an inside look at the Smithsonian’s Deep Time collection from Collections Manager and Volunteer Coordinator Matthew Miller and learn what it’s like to be a researcher at the museum from Post-Doc Dr. Caitlin Keating-Bitonti.
Dervla and Sean here, the Fall 2017 ASLO Science Communication interns. We arrived in D.C. at the beginning of September and hit the ground running.
Throughout September Capitol Hill has been abuzz with appropriations meetings and other budget happenings. Earlier in the month, Congress passed legislation that keeps the government funded through mid-December, allowing only a few additional months to finalize a spending bill for the fiscal year.
Below are some tips for successful presentations prepared by the ASLO Student Resources Committee. We hope you find this useful as you prepare for the 2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting!
Preparing a Successful Presentation
Submitting the Title and Abstract
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