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November 9, 2020

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Tuesday, December 01, 2020

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Virtual Open Art Studio
This is a free, virtual space to create art and gain empowerment through creativity and passion, while using art as a therapeutic means and offer room for discussions. You are free to work on your own projects, or work on the prompts given during the studio. This is not group therapy, and there are no obligations to speak about your work. Please have some supplies on hand and come prepared to create.
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Monday, November 09, 2020

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Virtual Graduate School Fair Fall 2020
If graduate school is in your future, make sure to attend this informational virtual fair. Representatives from university graduate programs will be participating to share information regarding their programs, schools and application procedures. This is a wonderful opportunity to have your questions answered in order to make the best decision for you.
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Breaking Barriers: First-Gens in Tech
Breaking Barriers: First-Gens in Tech
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Monday, Nov. 9, 2020
4pm - 5:30pm EST

Presented by HubSpot, join us for the fifth annual “Breaking Barriers: First-Gens in Tech,” an experience for first-generation individuals interested in learning more about what it really means to work in tech.

This year, we’re back and bigger than ever, offering a two-day digital experience with over 20+ sessions with tips and advice to break personal and employment barriers going into the tech industry.

Who is considered “first-generation”? For this event, we consider first-gens to be any person:

· who was not born in the US OR
· whose parents were not born in the US OR
· who is the first in their family to attend college OR
· who is the first in their family to enter the corporate world


Our ultimate goal is to provide you with the context, community, and real life examples of other first-gen people doing great things in tech. We will create an opportunity for you to:

· Meet first-generation leaders thriving in the tech scene
· Hear from first-gen individuals from both in and out of HubSpot about their experiences starting their careers
· Leave with actionable tips and takeaways to help kickstart your career regardless of which career path you choose
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Diversity Management Series presents Dr. Carl Moore Jr.
Edinboro University faculty and staff are encouraged to take part in a pair of online workshops hosted by Slippery Rock University as part of its Diversity Management Series.
Dr. Carl Moore Jr., assistant chief academic officer at the University of the District of Columbia, will share strategies around inclusive teaching environments on Monday, Nov. 9 at 6 p.m. 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Biodiversity Research Abroad Info Seminars
Biodiversity Research Abroad: Info Seminars Nov 9, 16, 23, 30
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Monday, November 9, 2020
7pm - 8pm EST

Opportunities to gain remote fieldwork experience in biodiversity and conservation research

Operation Wallacea has run biodiversity research expeditions for the last 25 years to a series of sites mainly in the tropics (, helping university students from around the world gain valuable experience and get their hands dirty with real biodiversity research. From tropical rainforests and European grasslands to coral reefs and Mediterranean seagrass meadows, our network of more than 200 academics lead cutting edge research projects that help to inform local conservation management strategies.

More than 500 papers including some in high impact journals such as Nature and PNAS have been published from these annual programs, so by joining the field surveys you are guaranteed a high level of academic involvement. By working alongside these academics, students either gain broad experience as research assistants or to gather data for their independent research project (thesis). The expeditions vary in length from 2 to 6 weeks during the month of June to August.

One of our lead academics is presenting about the program over the month of November, where you can learn about how to join one of these expeditions and how the data collected are being used to help with wildlife conservation measures.

The series of webinars being hosted by our academic are listed below, so please click on the webinar time and date that you can attend.

7pm (EST) Monday November 9
3pm (EST) Monday November 16
7pm (EST) Monday November 23
3pm (EST) Monday November 30
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
eBay iOS & Android Engineering Recent Grad Info Session
eBay iOS & Android Engineering Recent Grad Info Session
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Monday, November 9, 2020
7pm - 8pm EST

eBay is a global commerce leader that allows you to help build how the world buys, sells, and gives. You’ll be part of a work culture that’s been genuinely committed to diversity and inclusion since its founding more than 20 years ago. Here, you can just be yourself, do your best work, and have a meaningful impact on people across the globe.

eBay is looking for both Android and iOS engineering recent grads who are passionate about pushing the boundaries of both ecosystems. Both teams are responsible for developing tools, patterns, and standard methodologies that support the rapid development of the eBay Android and iOS app as well as newer platforms like wearables and virtual/augmented reality.

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