INTA Faculty Member is panelist for career forum for PhD Scientists

Margaret E. Kosal participates in cross-campus forum on career possibilities for PhD Scientists

Contact
Angela Levin
CISTP
Contact Angela Levin
404-894-3199
Sidebar Content
No sidebar content submitted.
Summaries

Summary Sentence:

The Spectrum of Career Opportunities for PhD Chemists

Full Summary:

INTA faculty member - Margaret E. Kosal - participated in a cross-campus forum on career possibilities for PhD scientists. On September 17th, the Center on Materials and Devices for information Technology and Research (GT is one of their lead institutions) sponsored a career panel titled "The Spectrum of Career Opportunities for PhD Chemists". This panel featured individuals with chemistry degrees that are working in a spectrum of career areas. The panelists included a patent lawyer, a science and technology advisor who is a current faculty member, and a former NSF Program Officer who is an Education Entrepreneur. The career panel took place on Wednesday, September 17th from 1:00 - 2:30pm in room 3201-A in the Molecular Science and Engineering Building. This event was part of the "Leadership Lunch Series" that is sponsored by the CMDITR.

Media
  • Professor Margaret E. Kosal Professor Margaret E. Kosal
    (image/jpeg)

INTA faculty member - Margaret E. Kosal - participated in a cross-campus forum on career possibilities for PhD scientists.

On September 17th, the Center on Materials and Devices for information Technology and Research (GT is one of their lead institutions) sponsored a career panel titled "The Spectrum of Career Opportunities for PhD Chemists". This panel featured individuals with chemistry degrees that are working in a spectrum of career areas. The panelists included a patent lawyer, a science and technology advisor who is a current faculty member, and a former NSF Program Officer who is an Education Entrepreneur.

The career panel took place on Wednesday, September 17th from 1:00 - 2:30pm in room 3201-A in the Molecular Science and Engineering Building.

This event was part of the "Leadership Lunch Series" that is sponsored by the CMDITR.

Additional Information

Groups

Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

Categories
Alumni, Institute and Campus, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Special Events and Guest Speakers, Student and Faculty, Research
Related Core Research Areas
No core research areas were selected.
Newsroom Topics
No newsroom topics were selected.
Keywords
chemistry, CMDITR, Georgia Tech, PhD
Status
  • Created By: Jene Gladstone
  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created On: Oct 5, 2008 - 8:00pm
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:06pm