The Bok Center sponsors a Fall Teaching Conference and Winter Teaching Week each year. These pre-semester conferences offer new Teaching Fellows a chance to prepare for the semester, as well as for more experienced teachers and scholars to continue to develop their skills and to explore areas of interest in teaching and learning. Learn more and Register here: https://bokcenter.harvard.edu/fall-teaching-conference-winter-teaching-week Read more about Bok Center Fall Teaching Conference
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.
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)
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.
The Division of Medical Sciences Science Education and Lecture (DMS SEAL) Program was established by the DMS Education PATH to provide DMS graduate students with the opportunity to develop curriculum, teach, and receive constructive feedback on their teaching.