YoungSIT nieuws

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Young SiT airs its new website

The think tank of early career researchers, Young Science in Transition, YoungSiT for short, announces the airing of its own website today.

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Brieven discussie over het Nieuwe Erkennen en Waarderen

175 scientists wrote an open letter (in Dutch) arguing that, by letting go of the impact factor, the Netherlands could lose its top position internationally.

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The perspective of early career academics

For a new academic reward system, the perspective of early career academics (ECAs) is very important, as they are a particularly fragile group whose academic career will be strongly affected by this transition.

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YoungSiT at Recognition & Rewards Festival 2021

YoungSiT was invited at the Recognition & Rewards Festival on January 2nd.

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YoungSiT Symposium 2020: Team Science

On December 12th, we addressed the collaborative efforts and team achievements in the context of sustainable academic careers.

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Flashback: Symposium Recognition & Rewards for Early Career Academics

Triggered by the position paper ‘Room for everyone’s talent’, Young SiT organized an online symposium on Recognition and Rewards (R&R) especially for Early Career Academics in September 2020.

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YoungSiT Symposium 2021: Rewards & Recognition

We organized a symposium together with participants from R&R-committees, PNN, PostdocNL, ZonMW and NWO.

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The new PhD evaluation method

The new PhD evaluation method developed by Annemijn Algra, Inez Koopman, and Rozemarijn Snoek.

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YoungSiT Symposium 2020: For the Love of Science

On February 14th, we addressed our Love of Science in the first Young Science in Transition Symposium.

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