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.
From Renaissance illuminated manuscripts to mid-20th century comic books, from Emily Dickinson's tiny desk and chair to Edward Lear's "nonsense botany," the Houghton Library is a home for treasures. But it's more than a library: it's an active research center for students and senior scholars, local and international, who with the help of the Houghton's curators and librarians have explored diverse subject areas ranging from the history of the theatre, artists' books, philosophical debating societies, the politics of post-War science fiction, the work of contemporary authors such as John... Read more about Behind the Scenes at the Houghton Library
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.
Iris Bohnet, Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Women and Public Policy Program, John F. Kennedy School of Government
Rowan Flad, John E. Hudson Professor of... Read more about An Exclusive Session for Senior Faculty: Helpful Guidance for an Effective Search Process
Harvard New Ladder Faculty are warmly invited to join Provost Alan M. Garber and Senior Vice Provost Judith D. Singer at the annual University-wide New Ladder Faculty Institute to be held on Thursday, September 10, 2015.
This half-day event is designed to give you an opportunity to meet the other new faculty from all...
Are you working on a book proposal, revising and rewriting a dissertation into a book manuscript, trying to choose the best publisher for your book, or in the midst of negotiating a contract?
If you have questions about any aspect of the book publishing process, then join Thomas LeBien, Executive Editor-at-Large at Harvard University Press, for Q... Read more about Planning, Writing, and Publishing a Book: Advice From an Editor
Smith Campus Center, Room 869, 1350 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
The Office of Faculty Development and Diversity hosts informal lunches for Junior Faculty throughout the academic year. These lunches are designed to provide an opportunity for junior faculty to have an informal discussion with Senior Vice Provost Judith Singer and connect with other Junior Faculty from across the University.
This new course will help emerging clinical and translational investigators navigate the complexities of the mentoring dynamic. Emphasizing the perspective of the mentee, this two-day course will explore the lifecycle of mentoring relationships through case studies, lectures, and interactive sessions. Each session will address critical issues such as expectations and responsibilities, pitfalls and challenges, communication, and career development. Participants will learn how to direct their own mentee-mentor relationships, as well as understand the impact these relationships can have on...