Statistics Webinar on Neural Networks - November 5th
Spring 2021 Virtual Event Survey
NCRC Graduate Student Group
NC Biotech Jobs Network Event - LinkedIn
2020-2021 Science Policy Training Series
A Ray of Happiness- Submit Your Own!
Register to Vote, and Details on How to Vote in November
Virtual Game Night - Every Thursday!
Rowan County 4H Plant Sale
Statistics Webinar on Neural Networks
What: This webinar will provide a basic understanding of neural networks. There are no prerequisites!
Who: Josh Starmer is the founder and CEO of StatQuest! StatQuest started out as an attempt to explain statistics to his former co-workers – who were all genetics researchers at UNC-Chapel Hill. He makes statistics easy to understand by stripping away the terminology and communicating the concepts using pictures and song. Check out his video list here.
What: The catalyst planning committee is brimming with ideas for the spring! We need your help choosing the most interesting events.
What to do: Fill out this survey to indicate the events in which you are most interested
NCRC Graduate Student Group
What: A networking group for graduate students who do research at the North Carolina Research Campus
Who: Any graduate student doing research at the North Carolina Research Campus
When: Meetings occur once a month. The next meeting is Tuesday, Oct. 27th, 4-4:30pm
Where: Zoom Meeting
What to do: Contact Monique Carvalho Templeton (email@example.com) to receive the Zoom link. Join the LinkedIn group (NCRC Graduate Students 2020-2021) as well!
NC Biotech Jobs Network - Get Noticed with LinkedIn
What:Having a LinkedIn profile is important for any professional. This is especially so when you are searching for a job. This month's guest speaker Bruce Gingerich will share step-by-step instructions for setting up a complete, professional profile that will get you noticed.
Who: Bruce Gingerich has been a sourcing and product management professional for 10+ years. He has also become adept at fostering long term networking relationships utilizing LinkedIn tools.
When: Monday, October 26th,1-3pm
Where: This is a virtual event!
What to do: Register here to recieve the meeting link.
Who: Any student or postdoc of a North Carolina college or university
What: Learn about what science policy is, why it is important, and how you can get involved! To earn the certificate of training, participants must attend 5 seminars and 3 workshops by July 2021 and submit a brief summary of each event attended. On average, 2 events will be offered per month.
When: An updating calendar of series events, along with other science and policy opportunities, can be found here.
Our lives are stressful in these ever-changing times. Catalyst wants to bring some extra happiness to your lives with our newsletter! In each newsletter, we will share a picture and short description submitted by a Catalyst member who has done something fun or exciting! If you would like to submit a photo and description, please use this form.
"This fall I celebrated 10 years of being vegetarian by making one of my favorite vegetarian dishes: ratatouille. It can be made in much simpler forms, but cutting the eggplant, zucchini, squash, and tomatoes thinly allows you to make the dish into a work of art."
- Victoria Yell
Register to Vote, and How to Vote in November
One of the best ways for you to have a say in what happens in our county, state, and country is to make your voice heard by voting in the elections! Catalyst encourages our members to vote, and we hope that the information below will help you to vote in November.