Other event/training posts

Facing the Future 27

Register for the Facing the Future 27 conference! “A conference for professionals highlighting best practices in supporting people with disabilities in career planning, supported and customized employment, and transition from school to work.” March 22, 2019 Hyatt Regency New Brunswick By: RWJMS, The BOGGS Center, NJAPSE  

Research Assistant Job Opportunity at ASD LifeSPAN Lab

Rutgers University is seeking a self-motivated, energetic and highly organized individual to provide administrative lab support and assist in day-to-day study activities of Dr. Vanessa Bal’s ASD LifeSPAN Lab. Primary responsibilities of this position include: Preparation of IRB applications, renewals and amendments. Recruitment, screening, scheduling, and maintaining ongoing contact with participants for research projects. Using…

$3,000 Scholarships for students with autism.

The Organization For Autism Research (OAR) is offering $3,000 scholarships to students across the autism spectrum who will be pursuing post-secondary education during the Fall 2019-Spring 2020 academic year: “The Schwallie Family Scholarship and the Lisa Higgins Hussman Scholarship Program”. The application period for the 2019 Scholarship Program is open until May 6th, at 1:59 pm…

Scientists in Politics Workshop

Eagleton Science and Politics Workshop Scientists in Politics The workshop will include a panel discussion and plenary followed by an interactive exercise focused on pathways to political engagement. Confirmed Speakers: Christopher Molloy, PhD, RPh is the interim chancellor of Rutgers University-New Brunswick. He previously served as the senior vice president for research and economic development at…

INSAR 2019 – Abstract Deadline EXTENDED

The INSAR Board made a significant commitment to enhance the representation of neurosciences and related biomedical disciplines at the Annual INSAR meeting since in recent years these have been under-represented. The aim is that the biological and social sciences will be equally represented and scientific excellence would continue to be the main criterion for selection.…