BPC Newsletter January 2017
Welcome back readers and welcome to 2017! We start this year off with articles on:
This edition of the Biomedical Postdoctoral Council Newsletter focuses on postdoc life at Penn; from community Gardening , recipes to make your own bitters, to resources on how to manage stress as a postdoc.
These topics include:
- A look back: The Fifteenth Biomedical Postdoctoral Symposium. https://goo.gl/Gc6i8p
- Talking Science 101: Saying All of the Science with None of the Jargon. https://goo.gl/dgqe0a
- Make your own Bitters at the Bartram Gardens. https://goo.gl/mlS5kw
- Community Garden at Penn. https://goo.gl/aJbGTN
- An interview with BPC co-president. https://goo.gl/hbUkFm
- At workplace: Mind Full or Mindful? https://goo.gl/wLrzWq
- How can I get involved? Postdocs can get involved by simply writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are actively looking for writers and editors so you can share your experience at Penn. We present ways in which postdocs can get involved here at Penn, from attending a seminar to joining a BPC committee. Here are a few upcoming events: https://goo.gl/9gcAFr
- Here are a few links you may find useful:
We hope that the ideas and resources that we present are helpful to the postdoctoral community both here at Penn and across the U.S. Please click the link below to access the issue.
Nehal R. Solanki Patel, Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief, Biomedical Postdoctoral Council Newsletter
BPC Newsletter Spring 2017 Issue:
You can access the PDF here: https://goo.gl/NoSxbF