The Graduate and Early Career Caucus has a number of excellent programs planned for the History of Science Society’s 2011 Annual Meeting, 3-6 November in Cleveland, Ohio. Preliminary plans are taking shape, so come back often to find out more about these and other programs:
The HSS Mentorship Program brings together emerging and experienced scholars. The program is open to all HSS members.
Bringing Science to the Public: What Can the Science Scholar Do? On Saturday morning this GECC sponsored session will be held from 9:00 – 11:45am. Panelists include Mark Largent, Naomi Oreskes, Ed Larson, Jane Maienschein and Marcia Bartusiak.
Author Workshop: On Friday during lunch, GECC is sponsoring an author workshop in which prominent publishers will discuss the ins and outs of today’s publishing world. The session’s topics are still being resolved and we would love to hear what our members would like to know about this important topic. Please contact our session coordinator Christine Manganaro if you have any suggestions.
Need help with lodging? The GECC is hosting room sharing discussion on this website as well as on its Facebook page. Check both, check early, and check often. The GECC is also holding a raffle for a free room at the meeting. Let me repeat that. The GECC is also holding a raffle for a free room at the meeting. So visit Ticketbud for more information and to purchase your tickets for a FREE ROOM AT THE CONFERENCE HOTEL FOR THE DURATION OF THE MEETING!
More to come on these and other programs at the Annual Meeting. See you in Cleveland. We hear it rocks.