Posts tagged Communication Skills

Global Health Case Competition

Kate Stuart
January 12, 2016
Posted in Announcements

The annual case competition is organized by the VIGH Student Advisory Council and is designed to engage students in real-world global health challenges by introducing them to diverse factors that impact decision-making.  The goal of the case competition is to foster critical analysis and thoughtful action. Undergraduate, graduate, and professional students from across the university participate in multidisciplinary, multi-school teams to tackle a real-life global health case, working together to develop an innovative solution.

Call for Bloggers for NIH BEST Consortium

Ashley Brady
December 2, 2015
Posted in Announcements

Your school’s BEST career development program is part of a national effort to help biomedical PhDs and postdocs prepare for a variety of career options. Only a handful of schools have programs like yours and we want to give others a taste of your experience. We are looking for bloggers to write diary-style entries about the career development process to be published on the national NIH BEST website. OVERVIEW Audience: US biomed PhDs and postdocs

Looking to develop speaking and leadership skills? Toastmasters: Vanderbilt Chapter

Ashley Brady
October 21, 2015
Posted in Announcements

Looking to develop speaking and leadership skills? Get better at thinking on your feet? Ace your job interview or qualifying exam? Vanderbilt Toastmasters can help! Welcome! The Vanderbilt Chapter of Toastmasters meets at 6pm on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month in Buttrick Hall 310  on Vanderbilt's campus. For the rest of the fall 2015 semester, we have scheduled meetings on: Oct 14, 28, Nov 11, and Dec 9.

Submit to the Editors’ Club!

Rubin Baskir
August 17, 2015
Posted in Announcements

The Vanderbilt Editors’ Club is calling for submissions of scientific documents that are currently in preparation by graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, or VUMC faculty. As a free service, the Editors’ Club will review manuscripts, abstracts, posters, and slide sets for language usage, organization, and clarity. Documents typically have a quick, one week turnaround time.