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Biomedical & Bioscience Industry Expo (BBIE) & Biotech Startup Fair

Attention Stanford Biosciences students and trainees! Are you exploring career options, hoping to build your network, or looking for jobs in the biosciences? Stanford BioSci Careers’ BBIE & Biotech Startup Fair on April 14th is the event for you!

Meet 27 confirmed employers like Genentech, Morrison & Foerster, Visby Medical, 10XGenomics, Calico Labs, Miltenyi Biotec, and many more!

Follow the 2-step process to register for the career fair (both steps are required!):

Public.com Co-founder and Co-CEO Jannick Malling @ ETL

Jannick Malling is the co-founder and co-CEO of Public.com, an investing social network where members can own fractional shares of stocks and ETFs, follow popular creators, and share ideas within a community of investors. Prior to Public, Malling was co-founder and CEO of Tradable, a company that reinvented the online trading platform through a unified API platform that allowed developers to build financial apps connecting to a global network of brokerages.

Stanford Global Studies presents Careers in Washington, DC with Nate Bolin

Meet with Nate Bolin, who received his master’s degree in East Asian Studies from Stanford in 1996. Today, Nate is a partner at the global law firm DLA Piper, and he is based in Washington, DC. He was also recently reappointed to the U.S. Department of State’s Defense Trade Advisory Group. During this workshop, he will discuss how his academic background is relevant to his current position and provide tips on how to pursue a career in Washington, DC.

This event is limited to Stanford students. RSVP required.

Stanford Global Studies presents Careers in Research & Public Policy with Hari Seshasayee

Meet with Hari Seshasayee, who received his master’s degree in Latin American Studies from Stanford in 2015. Today, Hari is an advisor in ProColombia’s India and Middle East & North Africa office as well as a global fellow in the Wilson Center’s Latin America and Asia programs. He will discuss how his academic background is relevant to his current position and provide tips on how to pursue a career in research and public policy.

This event is limited to Stanford students. RSVP required.

Diversity Works: Identifying and Mitigating Bias in Human and Machine Decisions

Join our Diversity Works discussion with Sharad Goelassistant professor at Stanford University in the Department of Management Science & Engineering, in the School of Engineering. 

There's widespread concern that high-stakes decisions -- made both by humans and by algorithms -- are biased against groups defined by race, gender, and other protected traits.

Quick Bytes: The 6 Steps of Conversational Networking

“This workshop took away the fear of networking.” 
Want to learn how to talk to people you don't know and enjoy the process? Networking is one of the most effective ways to both find a great job and thrive at Stanford. In this fun, highly interactive workshop, you’ll learn the six simple steps of conversational networking, try them out, and begin developing professional relationships all at the same time!

Debra Rosenfeldassistant director, Counseling and Resources, BioSci Careers, School of Medicine

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