Past Events

  • 2017 May 24

    Preparation of a Research Proposal for Your Faculty Application

    4:00pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    Pfizer Lecture Hall (CCB), 12 Oxford Street, Cambridge

    Please join us for a seminar with Professor Brian Liau (CCB) on writing a research proposal for your faculty application. Learn how to put together the research proposal, how to organize and structure it, and how to make it marketable! Before the seminar, starting around 3:45 pm, tea/coffee and light refreshments will be provided.

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  • 2017 May 24

    Science Mentoring Workshop Intensive II: Mentoring Undergraduates: Challenges, Celebrations & Student Writing

    10:30am to 2:00pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Medical School TMEC 306, 260 Longwood Avenue Boston

    Workshop Facilitators:

    Margaret Lynch, Ph.D., Associate Director of Science Education
    Anna Babakhanyan, Ph.D., MBT, Undergraduate Science Research Advisor
    Science Education Office
    FAS Division of Science, Harvard University

    REGISTRATION:
    Please email Anna Babakhanyan 
    AND
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  • 2017 May 24

    Nature Career Expos, China (Free)

    (All day)

    Location: 

    Columbia’s Faculty House, New York City

    This May, Nature will hold two Career Expo events in collaboration with 10 top-tier universities and hospitals in China, respectively at Harvard’s Joseph B. Martin Conference Center in Boston (May 21st), and Columbia’s Faculty House in New York City (May 24th), to connect talented young researchers in the U.S. with top-notch academic jobs and opportunities in China. ​

     
    Employers such as the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences and the East China University of Science and Technology will send senior-level delegates (Deans, Vice Provosts) to meet directly with distinguished… Read more about Nature Career Expos, China (Free)

  • 2017 May 21

    Nature Career Expos, China (Free)

    (All day)

    Location: 

    Harvard’s Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, Boston

    This May, Nature will hold two Career Expo events in collaboration with 10 top-tier universities and hospitals in China, respectively at Harvard’s Joseph B. Martin Conference Center in Boston (May 21st), and Columbia’s Faculty House in New York City (May 24th), to connect talented young researchers in the U.S. with top-notch academic jobs and opportunities in China. ​
     
    Employers such as the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences and the East China University of Science and Technology will send senior-level delegates (Deans, Vice Provosts) to meet directly with distinguished… Read more about Nature Career Expos, China (Free)

  • 2017 May 18

    HGCC Career Paths in Life Sciences and Healthcare Consulting

    6:00pm to 8:00pm

    Location: 

    Cannon Room, Building C, Harvard Medical School. 240 Longwood Ave, Boston

     

    Are you a PhD or postdoctoral fellow who is interested in a career in consulting that is specifically geared toward pharmaceutical, biotech, and healthcare industries?  Do you want to know what consultants actually do and what their life is like? Will you be on the job market soon and would like to know how to be competitive in applying for consulting jobs?
     
    If you are either of the above, this is a wonderful opportunity for you!  We invited consultants from leading boutique consulting firms focused on the life sciences and healthcare industries to share insider… Read more about HGCC Career Paths in Life Sciences and Healthcare Consulting

  • 2017 May 17

    New Postdoc Orientation

    Registration Closed 12:00pm to 2:00pm

    Location: 

    Biolabs room 1058, 16 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge

    Registration: 

     

    Welcome to Harvard!
 Please join us for this informative session, which will include pizza lunch for postdocs, followed by several short talks highlighting services across campus. The program will conclude with an… Read more about New Postdoc Orientation

  • 2017 May 16

    Tales from the Battlefront: Q&A Among Survivors and Casualties of the Academic Job Search

    Registration Closed 3:00pm to 4:30pm

    Location: 

    Biolabs 1058, 16 Divinity Avenue

    Registration: 

    Mouse on marketWhether you’ve been on the academic job market or are planning to be, come join an informal Q&A discussion with your postdoc colleagues on their experiences, good and bad. How did they prepare? What did they learn? What interview questions did they get? What did they find surprising? Where did they shine, and… Read more about Tales from the Battlefront: Q&A Among Survivors and Casualties of the Academic Job Search

  • 2017 May 15

    Jackson Laboratory - The Whole Scientist workshop

    May 15 (All day) to May 19 (All day)

    Location: 

    The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME

     

    The Jackson Laboratory and partners are pleased to host The Whole Scientist workshop in New York on April 20, and in Bar Harbor, Maine, on May 15-19, 2017.
     
    The Whole Scientist will help scientists like you prepare for the next step and provide you answers to questions such as, Am I prepared for the next step in my scientific career? What skills do I need to work in academia? Industry? Other careers? What if I don’t want to do research? How can I find a job?
     
    With advice from leading experts, The Whole Scientist will instill skills and confidence in:

  • 2017 May 12

    Strategically Speaking: Building Fluency and Cultural Intelligence for Confident Communication

    Registration Closed 1:00pm to 3:00pm

    Location: 

    Biolabs 1080, 16 Divinity Avenue

    This 2-hour intensive workshop is designed to attain real results in order to help you build your fluency in speech and confidence when presenting and discussing your research. You will gain knowledge, strategies, and skills in this fully interactive workshop that will allow you to better articulate and represent your individual work, your lab/department, and your institution. Included in this workshop will be skill-based practice addressing the linguistic and cultural demands that non-native speakers of English regularly experience in the scientific and academic setting such as:

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  • 2017 May 10

    CV Workshop

    Registration Closed12:30pm

    Location: 

    Biolabs 1058, 16 Divinity Avenue

    For those applying for faculty positions, this interactive workshop will help you polish your CV. We’ll also talk about your the cover letter, and your research and teaching statements. (Feel free to bring your lunch).

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