Dr. Furlong (Romance Languages, 2003) and Dr. Barber (Zoology, 2002) help PhDs plan successful careers - Furlong at CUNY Graduate Center and Barber at Penn. Barber maintains an active Zoology presence as consultant, writer and adjunct faculty member, and Furlong is co-author of The Academic Job Search Handbook. Both believe deeply in your versatility as a PhD.
Join them for a free three-day AMA (Ask Me Anything) about whatever career issues are top of mind for you. Humanists, social scientists, scientists, engineers - everyone is invited to ask...
OCS and the Food Literacy Project invite you to hear from panelists representing an exciting variety of food careers. Come learn from people who’ve worked in business, farming, publishing, and more, and find out how to get connected to opportunities in the world of food.
Mia Cellucci, Strategic Partnerships & Marketing Manager at CommonWealth Kitchen
Christine Liu, Digital Executive Editor at America's Test Kitchen
Anna Pierce-Slive, Garden Educator at Green City Growers
Building 34- Room 101. 50 Vassar Street, Cambridge MA 02139.
"Are you interested in biotech entrepreneurship but don’t know where to start? Would you like to learn about the resources available to you if and when you want to join or form a startup? Would you like to hear about some of the most interesting student teams forming out of MIT/Harvard this year?"
Eric Lander is president and founding director of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. He was a principal leader of the Human Genome Project. Lander is professor of biology at MIT and professor of systems biology at Harvard Medical School. From 2009 to 2017, he served as co-chair of the ...
Cafe Gato Rojo, 1351 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138, Basement level of Dudley House
Come join to share advice and information on exploring non-academic careers during graduate school. Please join us no matter what stage you are in your academic program and the job search process. Free coffee and pastries provided!
Postdocs are faced with many obstacles in their pursuit of being an independent investigator, none more frustrating than getting the most out of their training. Jim Gould, director of the HMS/HSDM Office of Postdoctoral Fellows, will lay out strategies for choosing the right research environment to thrive as a postdoc as well as planning, and executing, a successful postdoc tenure. Designed for current and future postdocs, the session will cover what you need know, and do, to efficiently advance in your early research career. GSAS students,...
Are you a PhD student graduating in May? Have you just realized you need a job in a few months? Don't panic! OCS is here to help you whip your nonacademic job search into shape. Check out this workshop to learn about valuable resources and strategies to begin an effective nonacademic job search. We will cover topics such as the importance of networking, how alumni can help in your search, skills you have that employers may be looking for, crafting an effective resume, and more!
This event is open only to Harvard GSAS students and alumni.