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Final 2020 Spring Symposium event is tomorrow: Science at a distance: A moderated discussion and community check in about well being and research during a time of social distancing.

Register for Science at a distance: May 6th (Free and open to all)

We are excited to (re) announce our 4th annual (and 1st virtual) TPER Spring Symposium(ish)
We’ve gone online and spread the activities out over three short afternoon events.

April 29th, Antony Williams (USEPA) will be leading a discussion on how to build your online profile and share you research through social media as a scientist. This is at 1:30 CST.

April 30th, We will hold our annual panel discussion, this time with a focus on science communication and miscommunication. This events begins at 2:30 CST.

On May 6th, we are hosting a community forum, Science at a distance: A moderated discussion and community check in about well being and research during a time of social distancing.
Please register >>here<< by Tuesday, May 5th to receive a link to join us for this last event.


The 2019 Fall Forum is a wrap, thanks to everyone who participated in this great event. TPER Fall Forums are a place for career advice, networking, and skill building. The 2019 Fall Forum was no exception. We had a “Networking for scientists workshop”, an early-career panel, and a keynote ” Science as a Business: What’s Your Model and How Will You Thrive?”

Panelists Marybeth Brey, Alex Frie, Lynsie Radovich, and Jenean O’Brien (left to right) address the Early-Career Researchers at the 2019 TPER Fall Forum


Dr. John Pastor gives the Keynote at the 2019 TPER Spring Symposium