All Life Sciences PhD Students (HILS-wide, GSAS only)

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ARTICLE: Visualizing detailed postdoctoral employment trends using a new career outcome taxonomy (Nature)

February 1, 2018
This article reports detailed career outcomes for all National Institutes of Health / National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences postdoctoral fellows over the past 15 years and categorizes their trajectory with a, "three-tiered, hierarchical taxonomy and visualization methodology" that standardizes job catagories for easier understanding of available career paths.  Read more.   Read more about ARTICLE: Visualizing detailed postdoctoral employment trends using a new career outcome taxonomy (Nature)
2018 Jul 10

Landing a Great Scientific Research Post-Doc

4:30pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

Modell 100A
How to prepare yourself best for a post-doc, whether internationally or within the US, and eventually as an independent junior faculty member
2018 Jun 19

What to Expect and Making the Most of Your Post-Doc

4:30pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall (1st Floor)

 

Waterhouse Room

 

In this session, post-doc and training program directors from across academia, government, industry and research institutes will discuss how to identify open post-doc positions in their various environments; what to expect from a post-doc experience in their institutions; what services and resources exist to support post-doctoral training...

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2018 Jun 06

What to Expect and Making the Most of Your Post-Doc…in academia …or government …or industry …or an institute

7:15pm

Location: 

Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall (1st Floor)

 

Waterhouse Room

 

In this session, post-doc and training program directors from across academia, government, industry and research institutes will discuss how to identify open post-doc positions in their various environments; what to expect from a post-doc experience in their institutions; what services and resources exist to support post-doctoral training...

Read more about What to Expect and Making the Most of Your Post-Doc…in academia …or government …or industry …or an institute
2018 Jun 06

What to Expect and Making the Most of Your Post-Doc…in academia …or government …or industry …or an institute

7:15pm

Location: 

Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall (1st Floor)

 

Waterhouse Room

 

In this session, post-doc and training program directors from across academia, government, industry and research institutes will discuss how to identify open post-doc positions in their various environments; what to expect from a post-doc experience in their institutions; what services and resources exist to support post-doctoral training...

Read more about What to Expect and Making the Most of Your Post-Doc…in academia …or government …or industry …or an institute
2018 Jun 18

The Art of a Great Chalk Talk (Day 1)

3:00pm to 4:30pm

Location: 

Cannon Room
The “chalk talk” is an essential component of a successful academic job search and in some circumstances it can be an effective way to teach, yet graduate students and postdocs have limited opportunities to practice or even observe candidate talks. The objective of this nanocourse is to provide anyone on an academic track with strategies to develop and execute an effective chalk talk. Registered participants will prepare a short talk and receive feedback from faculty and their peers.

Minority Biomedical Scientists of Harvard

The Minority Biomedical Scientists of Harvard is a graduate student group dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in the life sciences community at Harvard. MBSH aims to improve the experience of underrepresented graduate students in the sciences by organizing community- building and career development events throughout the academic year.

Harvard Graduate Consulting Club

Harvard Graduate Consulting Club (HGCC) provides graduate students with a better understanding of the consulting field as a possible career choice.

Harvard Graduate Women in Science and Engineering

HGWISE is a GSAS organization of graduate students and is dedicated to the personal, academic and professional development of women in science and engineering at Harvard University. To reach this goal HGWISE supports events and programs that provide educational and networking opportunities as well as social outings for our members.

Harvard Biostatistics Student Consulting Center

Biostatistics graduate students at the Harvard Biostatistics Student Consulting Center (BSCC) provide statistics consulting services to other Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Harvard Integrated Life Sciences students. (Longwood Campus)

Science in the News

Science in the News is a graduate student group whose mission is to bridge the communication gap between scientists and non-scientists.

GSAS Science Policy Group

The Harvard GSAS Science Policy Group is composed of graduate students interested in the intersection between science and policy.

GSAS Open Labs At Harvard

GSAS Open Labs At Harvard is a graduate student group that simultaneously develops communication and organization skills, and serves the community through scientific outreach for the graduate students involved.

Journal of Emerging Investigators (JEI)

The Journal of Emerging Investigators (JEI) is an open-access journal run by Harvard graduate students that publishes original research conducted by middle and high school students.

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