UCL Chemistry - Early Career Scientists. Community Wiki
Aim: To help and support Early Career Scientists at UCL Chemistry with all manner of personal and career related issues as we progress our way through UCL and beyond.
This site is OPEN ACCESS site so can be viewed by anyone with an internet connection.. Some pages are closed access and noted with a *, these can be accessed either by UCL Chemistry Staff or people on the special list.
Use our MAILING LIST-
We have a number of mailing lists that are maintained by the university and therefore always up to dated, in addition to our facebook page. These can be found in the closed section of the wiki so you will need to be logged in to see them.
Join us on Facebook
Please feel free to use the Facebook page for discussion and chat or simply add something to the Wiki.
Our "Where Next" event is happening on the 19th February and is a free lunch in the SRSCR. It will be an opportunity to gather, network and discuss all sort of things with a focus on where we are going next. Liz Read will tell us something about the opportunities that are available for us to apply for fellowships, as well as a couple of other short talks..
The list of resources below is for you to add to and use.
Please make the most of it and let it grow and develop into a really useful and dynamic Wiki.
You will need a UCL Chemistry Staff username to edit any of these pages so if you do not have a UCL username and password then please feel free to contact C.Dunnill@ucl.ac.uk and I will facilitate for you.
List of Resources
- Career Development Courses:
- Careers Advice:
- Careers - RSC ChemCareers 2011
- Chemical Physical Society:
- Chemistry Jokes
- Chemistry Staff Intranet*:
- Citation tracking and H-Factors
- Computer Software:*
- Extra Curricular Activities:
- Graduate School Funding Opportunities:*
- How to Add to the Wiki:
- Outreach and Public Engagement:
- Resource Booking
- Route Finder
- Royal Society of Chemistry: -MRSC, CChem, CSci
- User Profiles Please add yourself:
If you have ideas of more things that you would like to see up here then please get the info and post them up, otherwise e-mail me and I'll see if I can find the info and get it posted up. C.Dunnill@ucl.ac.uk