HEP Early Career Alumni Network Workshop

US/Central
Description

To date, HEP has supported 120 Early Career Research Awards since the inauguration of the Office of Science program in April 2010. HEP is looking to support standing up an Early Career Alumni Network. The idea is provide/support resources to connect, collaborate and potentially amplify efforts and to boost engagement in community planning, related partners beyond HEP (Office of Science, NSF, NASA), and international stakeholders.

In order to organize this we will be having a 1/2 day virtual kick-off workshop on March 12, 2021 from 1-5 pm Central Time. 

Registration is required: please use this registration form.

    • 1
      Welcome and introduction
      Speakers: Kazuhiro Terao (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), Kazuhiro Terao
    • 2
      OSELP overview
      Speaker: Kevin Doran (University of Colorado)
    • 3
      SAGE-S overview
      Speaker: Diana Gamzina
    • 1:50 PM
      Break
    • 4
      Workshop areas of focus
      Speaker: Kathryn Jepsen (Symmetry Magazine)
    • 5
      Discussion/Questions
    • 6
      Breakout 1: Career Development
    • 7
      Breakout 1: DEI
    • 8
      Breakout 1: Mentoring
    • 9
      Breakout 1: Networking
    • 3:00 PM
      Break
    • 10
      Breakout 2: Career Development
    • 11
      Breakout 2: DEI
    • 12
      Breakout 2: Mentoring
    • 13
      Breakout 2: Networking
    • 3:30 PM
      Transition
    • 14
      Breakout 3: Career Development
    • 15
      Breakout 3: DEI
    • 16
      Breakout 3: Mentoring
    • 17
      Breakout 3: Networking
    • 3:55 PM
      Break
    • 18
      DEI breakouts summary + Q&A
      Speaker: Gianpaolo Carosi (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
    • 19
      Mentoring breakouts summary + Q&A
      Speaker: Jennifer Raaf (Fermilab)
    • 20
      Networking breakouts summary + Q&A
      Speakers: Kazuhiro Terao (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), Kazuhiro Terao
    • 21
      Career Development breakouts summary + Q&A
      Speaker: Sam Posen (Fermilab)
    • 22
      Wrap up and next steps