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 ...
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?"
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!
Join us and four of New England's top Hip Hop O.G.'s this Black History Month for an in depth discussion about the realities of hip-hop and what it takes to "make it" in the industry. We'll talk music-making, business, entrepreneurship, trends and more.
Bitcoin, Blockchain, ICOs, and CryptoCurrencies are exploding. Companies in this space raised over $ 10 bn in 2017 and are hiring aggressively. While the field is growing exponentially, there are a lot of risks, unknowns, and volatility, so buyer beware. Come listen to a 4-year veteran in the crypto space: Mitchell Dong, AB ’75, Managing Director, Pythagoras Investment Management LLC.... Read more about Jobs in Bitcoin, CryptoCurrencies and Blockchain
Rebecca Vander Schaaf is Assistant Director of Global Recruiting at Middlebury Institute of International Studies. Rebecca speaks French and has lived and studied in France, England, and India. She will be sharing information about her background and how to use foreign language and intercultural skills to build a career. Learn about career paths, how to gain the required skills, and how to build your network. Refer to Middlebury Institute’s degree programs and bring any questions....
The mindsets and methods of design thinking can equip you to understand and find creative solutions for ambiguous problems. In this interactive session, participants will apply principles of design thinking in order to reframe challenges and seek creative solutions for their personal and professional lives.
Through an intersectional discussion of power-dynamics, the webinar will provide a conceptual framework to foster an understanding about the root causes for any form of sexual and gender-based harassment. Linking day-to-day manifestations of gender inequity within professional environments, participants will be encouraged to think of their own behavior as part of the problem and the solution. The webinar will convey some basic skills on how to support people who are experiencing workplace sexual harassment. This webinar will be presented by Maike Isaac, Education...
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
The Office of Career Services, 54 Dunster Street, Cambridge, MA, 02138
The same design thinking approach used to develop cutting edge technology, products, and spaces can be used to design and build your career. Join us for this day-long workshop created to help you navigate your next career steps. Adapted from the popular Stanford course and book entitled “Designing Your Life,” this hands-on session will give you the tools to make decisions, learn more about your career options, and confidently...
Harvard Medical School, Waterhouse Room (1st Floor), Gordon Hall, 25 Shattuck St., Boston
The Office of Technology Development (OTD) at Harvard University invites you to join us for a career panel featuring PhD graduates who have gained valuable off-the-bench experience working in technology transfer positions and now leverage those experiences in roles beyond the academic setting.