Professional Development | Postdoctoral Fellowship Program | VP (Research) | UNB

Professional Development Seminars

External Seminars

Free Online Professional Skills Development Courses and Workshops for Graduate Students and Postdocs (April - June 2021): Mitacs Training provides professional skills development courses for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Workshops are interactive, collaborative, and offered at no cost to students or academic institutions.

Practice your Presentation Skills I: In this one-day course, theory is introduced in short bursts and participants spend the majority of time practicing their presentation skills while receiving onsite feedback.  The focus on extensive practice and feedback is what makes the program meaningful, and is what makes the learning stick.

Internal Seminars

To register for a session please contact Renée Audet-Martel.

Animal Care Seminar (Fredericton)

This session will introduce attendees to Animal Care practices at UNB. The presenter(s) will discuss what is reviewable by the Animal Care Committee (ACC) and how to go about submitting an application.
Who should attend: Although this seminar is directed toward Postdoctoral Fellows and Graduate Students, anyone who plans on conducting any research involving animals should attend.
Date and time: TBD

Location: TBD

 

Research Ethics Seminar (Fredericton)

This session will introduce attendees to Research Ethics practices at UNB. The presenter(s) will discuss what is reviewable by the REB and how to go about submitting an application to conduct your research involving humans.
Who should attend: Although this seminar is directed toward Postdoctoral Fellows and Graduate Students, anyone who plans on conducting any research involving human subjects (even a simple survey) should attend.
Date and time: TBD
Location: TBD

 

Animal Care Seminar (Saint John)

This session will introduce attendees to Animal Care practices at UNB. The presenter(s) will discuss what is reviewable by the Animal Care Committee (ACC) and how to go about submitting an application.
Who should attend: Although this seminar is directed toward Postdoctoral Fellows and Graduate Students, anyone who plans on conducting any research involving animals should attend.
Date and time: TBD
Location: TBD

 

Research Ethics Seminar (Saint John)

This session will introduce attendees to Research Ethics practices at UNB. The presenter(s) will discuss what is reviewable by the REB and how to go about submitting an application to conduct your research involving humans.
Who should attend: Although this seminar is directed toward Postdoctoral Fellows and Graduate Students, anyone who plans on conducting any research involving human subjects (even a simple survey) should attend.
Date and time: TBD
Location: TBD

 

Intellectual Property and Knowledge Transfer

This session will introduce attendees to the world of Intellectual Property, Disclosures, Agreements, Knowledge and Technology Transfer.
Who should attend: A PDF or Graduate Student whose work may bring knowledge or technology that results in new or joint IP and new policies or products.
Date and time: TBD
Location: TBD