Training Workshops in the McManus Lab
Dr. McManus leads a plethora of small-group discussion-centric workshops. Topics include: How To Stay On Top Of The Literature; How To Interview A Candidate; How To Prepare A Winning Poster; When, Where, And How To Publish; Imposter Syndrome; The Art Of Collaboration; Mentoring A Rotation Student; Effective Time Management; How To Give A Winning Elevator Pitch; Using Your Environment To Advance Your Career; Networking Strategies; Positive Psychology andReinforcement; Reviewing Manuscripts; Staying Sane During Your Phd/Postdoc; The Mona Lisa Effect; Achieving Work-Life Balance; Writing Letters: One For Every Purpose; Reviewing Fellowships And Grants; Writing A Winning Fellowship; Creating A Beautiful Figure; Scientific Career Choices; Choosing A Scientific Home; Difficult Conversations; Blow Them Away With Your Talk; Giving Solid Feedback; Working Together with Myers-Briggs Type Personality Indicators; What Is Luck In Science; Mid-Postdoc/Phd Crisis; Acing Your Interview; How To Create a Star Academic/Industry CV, Diversity and Inclusivity in Science with emphasis on the Black Lives Matter movement, and Here and Now: Fighting Stress and Promoting Health during the Pandemic. Lab members may nominate topics. Workshops are held on Fridays at lab group meeting. Workshops are discussion-heavy, with roundtable open floor conversation. Selected presentations can be downloaded below.