Thread: Resources for Early Career Investigators

Started: 2012-05-24 21:58:41
Last activity: 2012-05-25 18:28:59
Topics: Early Careers
Andy Frassetto
2012-05-24 21:58:41
Are you a graduate student? Post-doc? Researcher? Pre-tenure faculty?
Senior faculty with an interest in giving back to the community? IRIS is
sponsoring a program to foster the development of Early Career
Investigators.

We will hold a special interest group meeting during the 2012 IRIS
Workshop in Boise, Idaho at 11:30 am on Thursday 6/14. A description of
the event is available here: http://www.iris.edu/hq/iris_workshop2012/agenda

The agenda for the SIG is available here: http://www.iris.edu/hq/eci/

The ECI working group (Maggie Benoit, Harmony Colella, Andy Frassetto,
and Danielle Sumy) encourages you to try out the webpage between now and
the workshop. We welcome the contribution of materials in the hope that
developing scientists and educators will spend less time reinventing the
wheel when it comes to the preparation of teaching and research
materials. The login/password for submitting/accessing protected content
is listed in the code of conduct.

The content of this page has been initially based on the feedback
provided by attendees from the IRIS Early Career Breakfast at AGU 2011.
Please contribute to the page and let us know what you think!

Sincerely,
The ECI Working Group


  • Derek Schutt
    2012-05-24 21:32:28
    Thanks Andy and Working Group. I would love to contribute my
    seismology and geophysics notes, as well as the geodynamics notes I hope
    to develop this Fall (does anyone out there have any notes they'd be
    willing to share?). However, I worry that most of us do not have all
    our figures, etc. properly cited, and this may preclude many
    submissions. Perhaps the code of conduct could be loosened a bit to
    say that: this is an informal sharing of materials and a a good faith
    effort to properly acknowledge everyone was made?

    -Derek


    On 05/24/2012 12:58 PM, Andy Frassetto wrote:
    Are you a graduate student? Post-doc? Researcher? Pre-tenure faculty?
    Senior faculty with an interest in giving back to the community? IRIS
    is sponsoring a program to foster the development of Early Career
    Investigators.

    We will hold a special interest group meeting during the 2012 IRIS
    Workshop in Boise, Idaho at 11:30 am on Thursday 6/14. A description
    of the event is available here:
    http://www.iris.edu/hq/iris_workshop2012/agenda

    The agenda for the SIG is available here: http://www.iris.edu/hq/eci/

    The ECI working group (Maggie Benoit, Harmony Colella, Andy Frassetto,
    and Danielle Sumy) encourages you to try out the webpage between now
    and the workshop. We welcome the contribution of materials in the hope
    that developing scientists and educators will spend less time
    reinventing the wheel when it comes to the preparation of teaching and
    research materials. The login/password for submitting/accessing
    protected content is listed in the code of conduct.

    The content of this page has been initially based on the feedback
    provided by attendees from the IRIS Early Career Breakfast at AGU
    2011. Please contribute to the page and let us know what you think!

    Sincerely,
    The ECI Working Group

    _______________________________________________
    Earlycareers mailing list
    Earlycareers<at>iris.washington.edu
    http://norman.iris.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/earlycareers


    --
    Derek Schutt
    Assistant Professor
    Department of Geosciences
    Colorado State University
    Fort Collins, CO
    (970) 491-5786


    • Andy Frassetto
      2012-05-25 18:28:59
      Derek,

      That's a fair point. We revised the CoC to be more lenient for teaching
      material, essentially what you suggested. Also, for now the password to
      protected access areas has been removed from the CoC. It will be
      available to new users who sign up to the listserv. For everyone already
      on here:

      Login: eci
      Password: earthquake10.5

      Cheers,
      A

      On 5/24/12 4:32 PM, Derek Schutt wrote:
      Thanks Andy and Working Group. I would love to contribute my
      seismology and geophysics notes, as well as the geodynamics notes I
      hope to develop this Fall (does anyone out there have any notes they'd
      be willing to share?). However, I worry that most of us do not have
      all our figures, etc. properly cited, and this may preclude many
      submissions. Perhaps the code of conduct could be loosened a bit to
      say that: this is an informal sharing of materials and a a good faith
      effort to properly acknowledge everyone was made?

      -Derek


      On 05/24/2012 12:58 PM, Andy Frassetto wrote:
      Are you a graduate student? Post-doc? Researcher? Pre-tenure faculty?
      Senior faculty with an interest in giving back to the community? IRIS
      is sponsoring a program to foster the development of Early Career
      Investigators.

      We will hold a special interest group meeting during the 2012 IRIS
      Workshop in Boise, Idaho at 11:30 am on Thursday 6/14. A description
      of the event is available here:
      http://www.iris.edu/hq/iris_workshop2012/agenda

      The agenda for the SIG is available here: http://www.iris.edu/hq/eci/

      The ECI working group (Maggie Benoit, Harmony Colella, Andy
      Frassetto, and Danielle Sumy) encourages you to try out the webpage
      between now and the workshop. We welcome the contribution of
      materials in the hope that developing scientists and educators will
      spend less time reinventing the wheel when it comes to the
      preparation of teaching and research materials. The login/password
      for submitting/accessing protected content is listed in the code of
      conduct.

      The content of this page has been initially based on the feedback
      provided by attendees from the IRIS Early Career Breakfast at AGU
      2011. Please contribute to the page and let us know what you think!

      Sincerely,
      The ECI Working Group

      _______________________________________________
      Earlycareers mailing list
      Earlycareers<at>iris.washington.edu
      http://norman.iris.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/earlycareers




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