U42A - Panel Discussion: Perspectives on Parenthood Within the Academic Research Environment
Lecture Instructional

Training for an academic/professional research career can take 7-10 years, during the time in one’s life when many people begin planning or starting their families. How does the nexus of a demanding career trajectory and growing personal responsibility impact individuals? What are people’s perspectives on parenthood as they navigate their developing careers? How do established professionals reflect on their experience, as it relates to parenthood? This is an emerging topic and we hope to stimulate this much needed conversation in the AGU community.

Drs. Ortiz-Suslow and Sun-Suslow are conducting a research study to explore individual perspectives on this topic, and parents or non-parents, at any career stage, are eligible to participate. The anonymous survey takes 5-10 minutes to complete and has been approved by UC San Diego IRB (#190551). Information on how to help with this research will be provided at the session. This is an AGU Celebrate 100 project.

December 2019

From Thursday, 12 December 2019 10:20 AM

To Thursday, 12 December 2019 11:20 PM

Centennial Central, Inspire Stage
Moscone South, Hall D, LL