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.
Details forthcoming at hilt.harvard.edu/conference.
Harvard new ladder faculty are warmly invited to join President Drew Gilpin Faust and Senior Vice Provost Judith D. Singer at the University-wide New Ladder Faculty Institute to be held on Wednesday, September 21, 2016.
This half-day event is designed to give you an opportunity to meet the other new faculty from all across Harvard and to introduce you to the numerous resources available to...
Faculty reception with remarks by Laurence Ralph, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Social Sciences, on the topic of poverty, incarceration, and racial inequality in the 20th century. Refreshments will be served.
Fay House, Sheerr Room, Radcliffe Yard, 10 Garden St., Cambridge.
7:30 pm Anna Deavere Smith's performance.
Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle St., Cambridge.
Created, written, and performed by Anna Deavere Smith
Music composed and performed by Marcus Shelby
Directed by Leonard Foglia
Urgent and inspiring, Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education outlines the... Read more about Anna Deavere Smith's Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education
The "Next in Science" program provides an opportunity for early-career scientists whose innovative, cross-disciplinary research is thematically linked to introduce their work to one another, to fellow scientists, and to nonspecialists from Harvard and the greater Boston area. The focus of this year’s program will be on the world’s oceans. The scholars’ research represents new interdisciplinary directions in science on the origins of water on Earth, communication among whales in a noisy environment, natural ways of protecting coastal regions, and the role of deep ocean currents on climate.... Read more about Next in Science: Oceans @ Radcliffe
Harvard Catalyst is now accepting applications for the Maximizing the Mentee-Mentor Relationship course. This two-day course will focus on the perspective of the mentee. Apply by April 8, 2016.
This course is tuition-free for Harvard-affiliated institutions.
For more information and a detailed description of the course, please visit http://catalyst.harvard.edu/services/formal-mentoring/. Read more about Harvard Catalyst Maximizing the Mentee-Mentor Relationship Course
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!
Smith Campus Center, Room 869, 1350 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
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 Singer and connect with other faculty from across the University.
From Henry Dunster’s presidential notes to 21st century email, the Harvard University Archives offers teaching and research riches from more than 1,500 faculty, staff, students, and alumni active in the Harvard community from the 17th century to the present-- and a protective place to preserve your own archives and intellectual legacy. For more about the value and pleasure of archival discovery, join Harry Lewis, Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science, Jennifer...Read more about The Unexpected Pleasures of the Archives, Past and Future (Canceled)