Developing Your Network to Drive Climate Solutions
April 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Join us for our monthly Graduate Student Dialogues where we explore topics of relevance to students engaging in climate solutions focused research. These events are hosted on Zoom and open to all interested students in any discipline and at any campus.
The challenge of addressing climate change and implementing climate solutions requires a broad range of people from across all disciplines. This requires that students, researchers, and practitioners build effective networks to work through these challenges together. Named one of LinkedIn’s top voices in Jobs and Careers in the United States and Canada, Rob Kim will lead an interactive session that will give graduate students and alumni a jump start on their networking skills. These skills can be applied in many situations, including to your own research, career, and personal lives. Learn more about Rob and his career advice on LinkedIn.
This event is presented in collaboration with Alumni UBC by the Climate Solutions Research Collective, a new UBC pan-university initiative designed to build connections across UBC climate researchers, groups and initiatives, and to encourage new collaborative research on climate change solutions. Through seminars, workshops, and a graduate student Solutions Scholars program, it aims to foster engagement across departments, faculties, and campuses.