Harvard Faculty Club, East Dining Room, 20 Quincy Street, Cambridge
12:00pm to 1:30pm
A complex research project in another country is never easy, and recent political and military developments have made it more complicated. Many faculty directing such projects are concerned about such matters as:
Gordon Hall, Bibring Room (212), 25 Shattuck Street, Boston
12:00pm to 1:30pm
The Office of Faculty Development & Diversity hosts informal lunches for tenure track faculty throughout the academic year. These lunches are designed to provide an opportunity for tenure track faculty to have an informal discussion with Senior Vice Provost Judith Singer and connect with other faculty from across the University.
Does your work show that headlines or clichés are wrong? Has your research revealed an unknown and timely story? If you would like to write an op-ed or an idea piece for a major newspaper, or talk well about it on radio, join leading news editors and faculty colleagues for lunch and some great advice. This event features:
Join other faculty spouses and partners for lunch and a conversation about anything you would like to know to enhance your experience at Harvard and in the Cambridge area. Elizabeth Ancarana, Assistant Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity, will host the lunches and provide information on Harvard’s resources and services available to you and your family. Some topics may include information on career development assistance, housing, and child care, but all topics and questions are welcome.
Barker Center, Thompson Room, 12 Quincy Street, Cambridge
2:30pm to 4:30pm
Join your faculty colleagues to hear from a panel of experienced faculty who will provide helpful guidance on running or participating in an effective search process. Some of the topics the panelists will discuss are how to approach the search, how to work with colleagues, how to identify and avoid roadblocks, and how to facilitate open and effective deliberations throughout the various stages of the process.
Designed to engage Harvard faculty in a university-level dialogue about teaching and learning innovation, HILT's 5th Annual Conference will focus on common instructional activities organized along a hypothetical continuum of interactivity.