Harvard Medical School, Modell 100A - Rosen Lecture Hall
This workshop will explore the diversity of identities of students in our classrooms and learning environments. Through interactive discussions on research data from existing literature, we will examine the implications of these diverse identities and their intersectionality on how students learn, how instructors teach, and how we interact with students in and out of the classroom. Together, we will consider complex issues such as cultural capital, implicit associations, microaggression, mindsets, social comparison, and stereotype threat, as we draw on literature examples from different... Read more about Diversity of Student Identities: Implications for Learning and Teaching
Join Senior Vice Provost Judith Singer and other tenure track faculty colleagues from across the University during Reading Period to celebrate the end of the academic year and the start of summer. Take a moment to share your accomplishments and common experiences with colleagues over drinks and appetizers at the Harvard Faculty Club. Guests are welcome too!
Parking and child care will be provided.
Harvard Faculty Club, East Dining Room, 20 Quincy Street, Cambridge
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:
Visa and immigration uncertainties
Safeguarding devices and the data that are stored on them
Working with academic and government colleagues and hosts
Business operations: hiring researchers or staff, accessing cash, sending equipment or samples across borders, etc.
If you have questions, come get up-to-date answers and advice, and leads to further resources,... Read more about Doing Research Abroad in Challenging Times
Smith Campus Center 869 (*please note this change in location*)
Are you writing a book, or thinking about it? Whether it's to be a book for scholars or for general readers, a textbook or handbook, you may be uncertain about the publishing process. How do you find the right publisher, and make an effective connection, when you've found one? Do you need an agent? What makes a good publishing proposal? What does a publisher expect from an author and what should an author expect from a publisher? What are the most common pitfalls for authors, and how do you avoid them?
For guidance on these and other questions, join Janice Audet, Executive Editor for Life... Read more about Inside the Mysterious World of Book Publishing
Gordon Hall, Bibring Room (212), 25 Shattuck Street, Boston
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:
Iris Adler, Executive Director for Programming, Podcasts and Special Projects, WBUR
Join us for a special faculty night at the Harvard Art Museums to meet Martha Tedeschi, the new Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director, visit the new Doris Salcedo exhibit, and hear from faculty colleagues about how they utilize the Museums' collections and spaces in their teaching. Faculty presenters include:
The Office of Faculty Development and 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 D. Singer and connect with other faculty from across the University.
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
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.
Mahzarin Banaji, Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics and Senior Advisor to the FAS Dean on Faculty Development, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts and... Read more about An Exclusive Session for Faculty: Helpful Guidance for an Effective Search Process