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Published on Wednesday 31 March 2021

Chem Together again!

UCalgary CIDE is thrilled to have organized  Chem Together on  Thursday, March 25th. Our speakers David Hogan (Sutherland group), Paula Berton (CERC, Bryant Group) and Claude Coppex (Siahrostami Group) shared exciting parts of their research in the virtual informal event, where grad students and postdocs get the opportunity to give a short 3-minute presentation of their work using just one PowerPoint slides.

Chem Together again!
Published on Thursday 18 March 2021

Career Guidance Panel Discussion happened!

Our career guidance panel discussion happened today! We are honoured to have people joining us from all over the world for our event. Special thanks to our speakers for taking the time and sharing lots of incredible information. 

Career Guidance Panel Discussion happened!
Published on Monday 08 March 2021

International women's day coffee meeting

We had a great chat over coffee for International Women's Day! Thanks for participating. 

International women's day coffee meeting
Published on Monday 08 March 2021

Black History Month - Summary

Hello everyone!

Thanks for celebrating Black History Month with UCalgary CIDE!

Each week, we shed some light on one black chemist and their contribution to Chemistry. Click Here to see a summary of what we discussed together.

 

Black History Month - Summary
Published on Wednesday 24 February 2021

Career Guidance Panel Discussion

UCalgary CIDE is pleased to invite you to our event "What to do After You've Graduated? A Career Guidance Panel Discussion"

Zoom link and passcode will be provided upon registration. Registration either using QR code in the poster or by the following link -  https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/what-to-do-after-youve-graduated-a-career-discussion-panel-discussion-tickets-142299496625

For more information feel free to contact leonie.osullivan@ucalgary.ca or    milanpreet.kaur1@ucalgary.ca

Career Guidance Panel Discussion
Published on Sunday 07 February 2021

Black History Month

February is Black History Month and UCalgary CIDE (Chemists for Inclusivity, Diversity, and Equity) will be hosting an email event where each week, we will spotlight one black chemist that has made a significant contribution to the field. We are also running a trivia competition that will encourage us to explore work currently being done by black chemists today.  Here are the first week’s bio and a trivia question.

Published on Sunday 07 February 2021

Global Women's Breakfast

Join us for the Global Women's Breakfast #GWB2021 @IUPAC "Empowering Diversity in Science".
This year we will be meeting virtually with students, colleagues and friends on Feb 9th from 8:00- 9:30 AM (MT). Link for the registration - https://iupac.org/gwb/2021/chem-yyc-iupac-breakfast/If you have any queries, feel free to DM us. Looking forward to meeting you all (virtually). #GWB_2021 #GWB_UofC_2021

Global Women's Breakfast
Published on Tuesday 19 January 2021

CHEM TOGETHER

Here is another amazing event organized for you!

Join us at a new virtual event where 5 speakers share their research in a single PowerPoint slide. This an informal event aimed at students and postdocs.

 

Meeting info:
 https://ucalgary.zoom.us/j/96909823373
Meeting ID: 969 0982 3373
 Passcode: CIDE

 

CHEM TOGETHER
Published on Monday 18 January 2021

Peer Beyond Graduate Research Symposium

The conference presenting research carried out by graduate students at the University of Calgary, one of the top 10 research universities in Canada, is now going ONLINE on February 25 and 26.
For more information click here.

Published on Monday 11 January 2021

Become a STEM-Pals Volunteer

Write to a Calgary middle school student to share your experience and passion for science! Letters are exchanged on a monthly basis between a UofC student and a middle school student between grades 7-9. Letter exchange begins in February. 

Register before January 23th by Email

Become a STEM-Pals Volunteer
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