Join UVA Data Science Institute data scientist Daniel Mietchen for a talk on sharing research across the research cycle. This event will cover various steps of a number of research cycles and examine ways in which these steps have been or could have been shared, and what kinds of reuses are being enabled by such sharing. The examples will be drawn from various fields, including public health emergencies, Bablyonian archaeology, and meteorology.
Lunch will be provided beginning at 11:30am and the talk is scheduled to begin at noon.
A panel of subject-matter experts will share with you answers to these questions, as well as answer related questions, such as: Why, when and how should I exit? Why would I not want to sell my company? What should I be doing now to better prepare for an exit? What common mistakes are made by founders at exit? What is life like after an exit? Can I build a company and exit again?
Join Charlottesville Women in Tech as local software engineering leader Jess Mink previews her upcoming Refactr talk "Let's Talk About Money: Performance and Pay".
If you've ever been responsible for evaluating performance and/or deciding salary—or wanted to know how others do it—then this talk is for you. Jess will cover the basics of using a career map to evaluate performance and set career goals. From there she'll delve into how to determine raises in a transparent, predictable way that centers the conversation on performance by using salary bands. Finally, she'll explain how to establish a career ladder and salary bands if HR hasn’t delivered what you might hope.
May Theme: Preserve
CreativeMornings Charlottesville is focusing on the preservation of stories related to the legacy of slavery at Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia plantation. Through over 100 interviews with the descendants of people enslaved at Monticello, the project Getting Word led by Public Historian Niya Bates, tells the stories of people whose whole lives and achievements were all but erased over the last 200 years. The preservation of these oral histories leads us to a more truthful understanding of our collective history, calls us to honor the strength and resilience of the enslaved and their descendants, and asks us how we will move together toward an equitable future.
This recurring event is designed specifically for the entrepreneurial, high-tech community. The recurring monthly events provide a monthly opportunity for tech enthusiasts to socialize, collaborate, share ideas and form professional relationships.
Enjoy networking, drinks, and refreshments at WorkSource Enterprises.
Let’s Connect is the Chamber’s signature networking event. Local business leaders gather after hours for food and drinks at a Chamber member location, fostering the face-to-face connections that power local business at every level.
Charlottesville Entrepreneurs and Espresso, or C-E2, is a new monthly event series - a casual, caffeine fueled gathering of learning for entrepreneurs at all stages of venture creation. This is a free event open to the entire entrepreneurship community.
A creative, thought-provoking talent-related speaking event! Join Charlottesville business, education, and nonprofit leaders and challenge conceptions of work and talent in the community.
The CBIC Awards Gala showcases Central Virginia entrepreneurs, innovators, and organizations that contribute significantly to the region's innovation ecosystem.
Don't miss Charlottesville's premier gala with anticipated attendance of more than 400 of the region's tech and innovation community.
Examine patent strategies that are essential for gaining a competitive edge in our fast-paced, technology-driven world. Learn the balancing act in this audience-engaged discussion from experts who will share new insights on how to create, build and negotiate for an enforceable patent portfolio, all while conserving valuable company resources.