Brown Bag Recordings
ATG hosts a free Brown Bag series on topics of interest to the academic research community. Our Brown Bags are open to anyone in the community and are held online monthly alternating Fridays and Tuesdays from 1 to 2 p.m. EST.
You can watch the recorded presentations on this page without becoming a site member. However, you'll be missing out - recordings do not include the Q&A, to ensure privacy and encourage candor.
To attend the Brown Bag events and participate in the live question and answer period following each presentation, go to our Events page and sign up.
Previous Brown Bags
November 13, 2020: Ask a Former NSF program Director
Have you ever wondered what happens at an NSF review panel and how Program Officers consider reviewer recommendations? Dr. Susannah Gal, a consultant with ATG, shares insights gained while serving as Program Director of the Division of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences at the National Science Foundation. Dr. Gal discusses the value of serving as an NSF grant proposal reviewer, how that experience helps in developing your own proposals, and how to go about becoming a reviewer.
February 16, 2021: Ask an Agile Coach
Learn the importance of the practice of Agility in multiple aspects of a research project, from planning to meeting etiquette. Jet LeBlanc has helped many teams translate Agile methods and practices to a realistic working environment in both industry and the sciences. Jet will contextualize Agile for a research development environment.
March 19, 2021: What I Wish I'd Known
Three faculty researchers who have participated in ATG’s eight-week Research Leadership Development program will share their reflections on working to define their career trajectory through this program.
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