The Office for Teaching, Education and Research (OTER) offers a number of events, programs and workshops throughout the year, tailored to our unique populations of postdoctoral fellows, graduates, PhDs, undergraduates and high school interns. In addition, OTER is committed to connecting trainees with resources to help them advance their careers and interests. Please scroll down for our calendar, and check back frequently for updates.
Do you know of an upcoming event or webinar that should be shared with our research institute community? Email us and we’ll add it to the events calendar.
Save the Date for the 1st Annual SCRI Postdoc/Grad Student Fall Research Symposium
Wednesday, November 1, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. in JMB Soundgarden
The Office for Teaching, Education and Research (OTER) is proud to present the First Annual Postdoc and Grad Student Fall Research Symposium – an opportunity for postdoctoral fellows and graduate students at Seattle Children’s Research Institute to present their research to the larger research institute community.
Poster presentations and a limited number of brief oral lectures will take place at the symposium. Prizes will be awarded to the top presentations.
OTER Funding Series: NIH Grants and Timelines
Tuesday, October 17, 12–1 p.m.
Postdoc/Grad Student Monthly Happy Hour hosted by OTER
Thursday, October 26, 4:30–6 p.m.
More Events From OTER and Beyond
Life Science Washington Career Development Workshop
Tuesday, October 3, 1–6 p.m.
- Agora Conference Center, 1551 Eastlake Ave. E, Seattle, WA 98102
- Learn more.
Beyond the End of the Road: Career Advice From the Wilderness
Monday, October 16, 3:30–5:00 p.m.
- T-531, Health Sciences Building, University of Washington
Tuesday, October 17, 10–11:15 a.m.
- Pelton Auditorium, Fred Hutch
Speaker: Keith Micoli, PhD, assistant dean for postdoctoral affairs, Office of Science and Research, NYU Langone Health
Being a graduate student or a postdoc can often feel like you’ve been dropped in the
middle of nowhere, and it can be hard to know what direction is right for you. Micoli knows this feeling well, having completed a PhD and postdoc, and also hiking the 130-mile-long Northville–Placid trail alone. While on his 10-day trek, he discovered many
similarities between successfully completing his scientific training and successfully
completing a long hike. This workshop combines both sides of his story in an interactive
session that is informative and entertaining, whether you are the outdoorsy type or not.
From “Committing to Your Goals” to “Doing the Best You Can With What You’ve Got,” this
workshop will help you define what is most important to you, find the gaps in your current
training plan and help you begin to create a career plan that considers your skills,
values and interests in a holistic way. Workshop attendees should come away with a
better sense of their long-term goals, a deeper understanding of the values that they are
most passionate about and a plan to develop the skills they need to be successful in
career they choose to pursue.
UWPA/Hutch Happy Hour
Thursday, October 19, 4–7 p.m.
Life Science Washington Pub Night
Thursday, October 26, 4–6 p.m.
- Re:public Restaurant and Bar, 429 Westlake Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109
- Learn more.
Event Ideas and Proposals
Are you looking to plan an educational workshop, program or event for students or trainees at Seattle Children’s Research Institute? OTER can help you with development, logistical planning and communication. Please submit your proposal no later than four weeks prior to a new event or six weeks prior to a workshop or educational course.
Simply want to share an idea for a program or event you’d like to see at the research institute? Email us.