Events

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Families and Mobility: Geographical and Cultural challenges

Researchers in academia/industry are more likely to delay family planning. Thus, professional development is often in conflict with the strong desire for personal plans, including family planning and parenthood. There has been a positive movement towards equity of opportunity around family planning. However, recent studies show that attention is still needed to tackle existing problems, such as childcare costs and struggle of keeping a career in research. We will build upon the themes of Issues and Action to find equity, mapping different geographical/cultural challenges for mobile researchers. The event will cover some of the most critical problems and the possible strategies to address these issues through (i) building awareness and empowerment (ii) mapping different national approaches (iii) motivating changes in current employer policies

Webinar - “Filing taxes in the USA as a visiting scholar: a quick overview” - 5 May 2021 - 4.30 pm EST

Speaker: Federico Aletti Moderator: Pasquale Pizzimenti, Marie Curie Post-Doctoral Fellow Date: 5 May 2021 Time: 10.30 pm Brussels time; 4.30 pm East Coast ;1.30 pm West Coast Zoom link: https://mariecuriealumni-eu.zoom.us/j/91943354779?pwd=dXhKcjJLYW1najBaNERHeWN0bVplQT09 Webinar Outline – “Filing taxes in the USA as a visiting scholar: a quick overview” Filing taxes as a Visiting Scholar in the USA requires the effort of understanding the basic, albeit complex, conditions of fiscal residency, including the possible differences between federal and state tax return. This task may be less grueling than expected if a systematic approach is taken. We will cover how to determine fiscal residency according to the amount of time spent in the United States during the fiscal year 2020, and how to identify the need to file a federal and/or state return. Tax Day in the USA is traditionally April 15, but in 2021 this deadline has been postponed to May 17 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Webinar - “Filing taxes in the USA as a visiting scholar: a quick overview” - 5 May 2021 - 4.30 pm EST

Speaker: Federico Aletti Moderator: Pasquale Pizzimenti, Marie Curie Post-Doctoral Fellow Date: 5 May 2021 Time: 10.30 pm Brussels time; 4.30 pm East Coast ;1.30 pm West Coast Zoom link: https://mariecuriealumni-eu.zoom.us/j/91943354779?pwd=dXhKcjJLYW1najBaNERHeWN0bVplQT09 Webinar Outline – “Filing taxes in the USA as a visiting scholar: a quick overview” Filing taxes as a Visiting Scholar in the USA requires the effort of understanding the basic, albeit complex, conditions of fiscal residency, including the possible differences between federal and state tax return. This task may be less grueling than expected if a systematic approach is taken. We will cover how to determine fiscal residency according to the amount of time spent in the United States during the fiscal year 2020, and how to identify the need to file a federal and/or state return. Tax Day in the USA is traditionally April 15, but in 2021 this deadline has been postponed to May 17 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

OpenInnoTrain Summer School - Creating Impact Through Research

The Summer School aims to provide an understanding about the established research pathways for conducting and delivering impactful research and to understand how to implement the tools and techniques required for generating impact through research.

BSB Webinar: EIT Food Webinar II - Inspire Summer Schools

EIT Food is at the intersection of food innovation and entrepreneurship. In part II of the EIT Food webinar series, Mina Mansoor Rankel (Programme Manager in Education at EIT Food) and Chryssa Dimaki (Entrepreneurship Program Manager at Technical University of Munich) will present on the EIT Food Inspire Summer Schools. For more information on this exciting programme, be sure to register and join us on May 20, 2021 for our second EIT Food webinar.