Description: Are you interested in teaching, but your students doze off during your lectures? Do they have a hard time answering the questions you ask? Do you find yourself wondering if there’s a different way of teaching science than just talking to them and showing them slides and illustrations? How can you tell if your students really understand the information or have memorized vocabulary terms?
Enjoy a movie under the stars on the HMS Quad. There will be FREE fresh popcorn, but bring your own beverages. And don't forget a blanket or lawn chair to lounge on. (Accidental lawn sprinkler showers will not be included.) Come early to get a good seat; you don't want to miss it!
"Hidden Figures" Synopsis: The story of a team of female African-American mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the U.S. space program. Rated: PG, Running time: 2 hours, 7 minutes
This event is open to the entire Harvard community,
Countway Library, Room 403, 4th Floor, 10 Shattuck Street
Registration begins on 7/14/17 Featuring: James Gould, PhD, Director, HMS/HSDM Office for Postdoctoral Fellows Description: The postdoc pursuit of independent investigation relies on getting the most out of their training. This seminar lays out tools and strategies for choosing the right research environment to thrive as a postdoc as well as planning, and executing, a successful postdoc tenure. This
REGISTER Workshop Facilitator: Leslie Ann Roldan, Lecturer II, MIT Description: Scientists are not immune to writer’s block, and a variety of genres (e.g., research article, grant proposal, literature review) poses an additional challenge in developing a story. One way to facilitate the process is to analyze the choices made by the author(s) of a document, and considering
REGISTER Lunch & Launch Career Clinics: Research Proposals & Statements Speaker: James Gould, PhD, Director, HMS/HSDM Office for Postdoctoral Fellows Research Proposals & Statements: Writing the research proposal is one of the most in depth exercises in putting together the academic job package. While constructing the intellectual framework of your lab for the next several years, you have