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  • How to prepare: Glosys LAC edition “Buenas Vibras for the AGM”

    The GloSYS LAC team would like to share the recipes of some refreshing drinks to be enjoyed along some music. There is (anecdotic) evidence showing that the combination of any of these drinks with these songs can brighten up your day and even take you, imaginatively, to the lush landscapes of Latin America. ¡Salud!

    Drinks

    Infused water with lemon and chia seeds (Agua de limón con chía)

    This refreshing drink will brighten up your day. Start by pouring 4 cups...
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    Last edited by Kirsten Geithner; 27 May 2021, 08:08 PM.

  • How do YOU prepare for the eAGM (or online meetings in general)?

    How do YOU prepare for the eAGM (or online meetings in general)?

    Do you have tips, ideas, fun things to share with your fellow eAGM participants? Use the comment function below and share what you found gets you ready for a motivated, inspired session online. Is it a special yoga technique? Do you run? Nap? Play with your kids? Watch your favourite show? Is it a special snack? Or some other method that helps you overcome that dreaded online meeting fatigue?

    Post a comment, describe your technique, help us all prepare better. Thank you.
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  • Update your postal address with the Office.

    Update your postal address with the Office.

    Before the virtual AGM comes around we want to present you with something real for you to hold in your hands. In order for us to be able do that we need your most up-to-date postal address information. If your institutional address has changed within the last twelve months or if you think we do not have your current address on file, please send your complete postal address (including your name and country) to info@globalyoungacademy.net by 28 April....
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  • GYA's Pillars: Introducing the Working Groups, Committees and the EC in particular

    GYA's Pillars: Introducing the Working Groups, Committees and the EC in particular

    You are the GYA, the GYA is you. This is something you may have heard or read before. This becomes apparent in so many ways. In this article we want to look at three ways in particular: The GYA Working Groups, the Committees and the Executive Committee in particular.

    The Working Groups are activities proposed by GYA members. The groups are self-organised with assistance by the GYA Office. Some have been around for a long time, published, organised events or engage in science outreach...
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    Last edited by Kirsten Geithner; 23 April 2021, 05:19 PM.

  • GYA Committees at the e-AGM  

    GYA Committees at the e-AGM  

    Similarly to the GYA activities groups (see above), the GYA Committees can also make use of virtual collaboration space on the AGM platform. Committee co-leads are asked to provide their brief reports (and optional brief welcome videos) to Anna-Maria by 30 April 2021.

    A live Committee session is scheduled for Tuesday, 1 June 2021, 14-14:45 UTC. This will be chaired by EC member Mohamed Elhadidy, and committee leads will each have 3 minutes to present the work of their committee, followed...
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  • GYA Activities groups at the e-AGM

    GYA Activities groups at the e-AGM

    Similar to last year, all GYA Working Groups and Incubators, as well as Strategic Projects and 2020/21 Focus Areas can make use of the virtual collaboration space on the GYA Agora (see here for information how to access this year’s AGM platform).

    All activities-related information and documents for the e-AGM will be online from early May, so that groups can then start collaborating electronically (e.g. jointly working on documents).

    There, groups can present their work...
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    Last edited by Kirsten Geithner; 22 April 2021, 02:33 PM.

  • Let’s build the Science Advice capacities of young scientists together

    Let’s build the Science Advice capacities of young scientists together

    How are you going to do that? Well, you all are scientists and also writers. We write thesis, articles, reports, memos, essays, papers, blog posts, emails, Tweets… but above all, you are an inspiration for many people.

    We need your words for inspiring others. We need you to compel, move, motivate, and engage many other young scientists in Science Advice with your words. You have this power, and we need you to use it.

    By participating in this activity, you will have the...
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  • What's Where: Structure of the Agora

    What's Where: Structure of the Agora

    The forum layout was designed in the way it now stands to help structure content better, and thus help you to grasp what's where (and what could possibly be where) more easily. More information on terminology of a message board (in case you need it) is posted for you here.

    Overall structure
    Portal
    The portal is the start page, holding the basic information on how to get into and started with this year's eAGM.
    Link: Portal

    Forums
    These are the different sections, pertaining
    ...
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  • The eAGM 2021 tools and platforms

    The eAGM 2021 tools and platforms

    We will be using a number of platforms this year, to help you navigate them and prepare your use of them, here is a quick overview.

    Community Board
    It’s what you are looking at right now. A message board enabling you to discuss all GYA related matters with your fellow members. Furthermore, you can write personal messages and even leave messages on the profiles. More information about what’s what on this board, please have a look at the https://agora.globalyoungacademy.net/help. Furthermore, check out
    ...
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  • What to expect at the 2021 AGM and Conference

    What to expect at the 2021 AGM and Conference

    The AGM, as most of you know, is usually an extremely busy week during which so much happens and little sleep is had. This year's online AGM is designed to include the core aspects of this intense one-week-event.

    Main elements of an AGM are:
    • Elections
    • New Member Induction
    • Internal Reports and General Assembly meetings
    • Member interaction
    • Working Group presentations, communication and meeting opportunities
    • Goodbye to outgoing members
    • New Member science leadership workshop
    ...
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  • How to prepare: Glosys LAC edition “Buenas Vibras for the AGM”
    by Alejandro Miranda-Nieto
    The GloSYS LAC team would like to share the recipes of some refreshing drinks to be enjoyed along some music. There is (anecdotic) evidence showing that the combination of any of these drinks with these songs can brighten up your day and even take you, imaginatively, to the lush landscapes of Latin America. ¡Salud!

    Drinks

    Infused water with lemon and chia seeds (Agua de limón con chía)

    This refreshing drink will brighten up your day. Start by pouring 4 cups...
    20 May 2021, 09:09 PM
  • How do YOU prepare for the eAGM (or online meetings in general)?
    by Kirsten Geithner
    Do you have tips, ideas, fun things to share with your fellow eAGM participants? Use the comment function below and share what you found gets you ready for a motivated, inspired session online. Is it a special yoga technique? Do you run? Nap? Play with your kids? Watch your favourite show? Is it a special snack? Or some other method that helps you overcome that dreaded online meeting fatigue?

    Post a comment, describe your technique, help us all prepare better. Thank you.
    22 April 2021, 03:11 PM
  • Update your postal address with the Office.
    by Kirsten Geithner
    Before the virtual AGM comes around we want to present you with something real for you to hold in your hands. In order for us to be able do that we need your most up-to-date postal address information. If your institutional address has changed within the last twelve months or if you think we do not have your current address on file, please send your complete postal address (including your name and country) to info@globalyoungacademy.net by 28 April....
    22 April 2021, 03:05 PM
  • GYA's Pillars: Introducing the Working Groups, Committees and the EC in particular
    by Kirsten Geithner
    You are the GYA, the GYA is you. This is something you may have heard or read before. This becomes apparent in so many ways. In this article we want to look at three ways in particular: The GYA Working Groups, the Committees and the Executive Committee in particular.

    The Working Groups are activities proposed by GYA members. The groups are self-organised with assistance by the GYA Office. Some have been around for a long time, published, organised events or engage in science outreach...
    22 April 2021, 02:43 PM
  • GYA Committees at the e-AGM  
    by Kirsten Geithner
    Similarly to the GYA activities groups (see above), the GYA Committees can also make use of virtual collaboration space on the AGM platform. Committee co-leads are asked to provide their brief reports (and optional brief welcome videos) to Anna-Maria by 30 April 2021.

    A live Committee session is scheduled for Tuesday, 1 June 2021, 14-14:45 UTC. This will be chaired by EC member Mohamed Elhadidy, and committee leads will each have 3 minutes to present the work of their committee, followed...
    22 April 2021, 02:36 PM
  • GYA Activities groups at the e-AGM
    by Kirsten Geithner
    Similar to last year, all GYA Working Groups and Incubators, as well as Strategic Projects and 2020/21 Focus Areas can make use of the virtual collaboration space on the GYA Agora (see here for information how to access this year’s AGM platform).

    All activities-related information and documents for the e-AGM will be online from early May, so that groups can then start collaborating electronically (e.g. jointly working on documents).

    There, groups can present their work...
    22 April 2021, 02:28 PM
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