Kristin Bridges, University of North Texas; Elizabeth Medlock Kakaley, USEPA/UNC Cooperative; and Erin Ussery, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

We are calling all early career professionals in environmental toxicology and chemistry: Whether you are a student about to graduate, a postdoctoral fellow or at the beginning of your professional career, the SETAC North America Early Career Committee (ECC) is here to support you on your journey! The ECC facilitates networking opportunities and strives to enhance the early career experience for SETAC members who are both preparing to take on their first professional roles and those who have taken their first of many steps on their career path.

The committee is in its second year, and while it has continued to grow in members, there are still many ways to get involved. Each new ECC member brings unique academic and professional experiences, which help SETAC North America better understand the needs of its early career community. All are welcome; early career professionals and early career enthusiasts alike! We want to hear from you. For more information, please visit the group page. For ECC event updates, job postings, career guidance and inspiration, follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram (@setac_ec) .

Early Career Social at SETAC Sacramento

The Early Career Committee would like to formally invite you to the 2nd Annual Early Career Social. The social will be held from 6–8 p.m. on Tuesday, 6 November,  in the Capital View Room at the Hyatt Hotel during the SETAC North America 39thAnnual Meeting in Sacramento, California. Please sign up for this exciting event when you register for the meeting. The reduced rate ticket price for current students is only $10, and tickets are $20 for all other SETAC members. This is a great opportunity for any self-declaring early career SETAC members to network with others going through similar professional transitions, and the SETAC North America Early Career community in general. Please join us for hors d’oeuvres, beverages and engaging conversation. See you in Sacramento!

Authors’ contact information: erinussery@hotmail.com, elizmedlock@gmail.com and knbridges12@gmail.com

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