[pccgrads] Re: Sign up for a GSS talk for Winter Quarter

Gregory Quetin gquetin at washington.edu
Tue Dec 30 13:19:34 PST 2014


Hi PCC Grads,

Here's the current schedule for Grad Student Seminar talks. Anyone want to
jump on the January 14th spot?

Schedule:

*January 14th - Available*
January 28th - Leander Love-Anderegg
February 11th - Matthew Woelfle
February 25th - Leann Andrews
March 11th - Alyssa Atwood

Happy Bye Week between Holidays,
Greg


On Thu, Dec 18, 2014 at 1:35 PM, Gregory Quetin <gquetin at washington.edu>
wrote:


> Hi PCC Grads,

>

> Winter PCC *Grad Student Seminar* call for talks #2. How else are you

> going to work off that holiday ham/duck/turkey/tofurkey feast than talking

> science and drinking *be*v*er*ages with other grads?

>

> The GSS will be held at *5 pm every other Wednesday in OSB 425*. Here are

> the dates that are currently available:

>

> January 14th - Available

> *January 28th - Leander*

> February 11th - Available

> February 25th - Available

> March 11th - Available

>

> Get'em while they're hot.

>

> Happy Holidays,

> Greg

>

> On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 1:35 PM, Gregory Quetin <gquetin at washington.edu>

> wrote:

>

>> Hi PCC grads,

>>

>> This Winters's PCC *Grad Student Seminar** will be starting in about a

>> month after everyone takes a little time off (or panics prepping for AGU).

>> If you haven't given a GSS yet, it is time to jump in. Polishing up some

>> material that will define your career arc for the next 20 years? Perfect

>> time and place to give a talk. Got a wild idea that will revolutionize your

>> science, how about you take it for a spin with your friendly GSSers before

>> taking it to the department chair. This is also a fun chance to see what

>> other PCC students are up to.

>>

>> The GSS will be held at *5 pm every other Wednesday in OSB 425*. Here

>> are the dates that are currently available:

>>

>> January 14th - Available

>> January 28th - Available

>> February 11th - Available

>> February 25th - Available

>> March 11th - Available

>>

>> Let me know when you want to give a talk, if you commit now you can

>> forget about it for a few weeks and get a happy surprise next quarter.

>>

>> Best,

>> Greg

>>

>> *The Graduate Student Seminar is an informal talk given to graduate

>> students by graduate students. This a great place to get feedback on an

>> upcoming talk or paper and try out new ideas. The talks usually run about

>> 30 minutes in a laid back environment and are accompanied by *be*v*er*

>> ages.

>>

>

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