Written Communication

2022 May 04

CANCELED [Career Navigator Workshop] Resume 101 with Evan Walsh

4:00pm to 5:00pm

Location: 

Zoom - Register for Details

This workshop has been canceled.

Is your resume market ready?  Don’t know where to start to update your resume?  Unsure if your resume is formatted properly for modern recruitment technologies?  Having a strong resume can help build your confidence when searching for and applying to jobs and internships!

 

Come learn best practices for resume writing with...

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2021 Sep 14

Precision Medicine 2021: Race & Ethnicity

9:30am to 4:00pm

Location: 

Virtual - Register for Details

As we have witnessed in recent years, there has been a lot of confusion around the use of race and ethnicity in medicine and medical algorithms. We are focusing on how race and ethnicity informs and biases precision medicine* diagnostics and therapeutics. We are also addressing how machine learning has the potential to both accentuate and reduce existing bias in these precision medicine tasks. At this year’s conference, we will provide expert-led discussions of how identity is used in care and how to best advance precision medicine for all populations. As we have done over the past...

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2021 Feb 11

[Career Navigator Workshop] Communicating with Humans Outside Your Discipline: A Writing Workshop

4:00pm to 5:15pm

Location: 

Zoom - Register for Details
One of the most challenging aspects of working as a scientist is communicating your work to those outside your specific discipline. By focusing primarily on writing for the widest audience possible, the general public, this workshop will help participants to communicate more effectively in all contexts. No preparation or reading is required for the first workshop, but, for later classes, writing projects will be assigned; most of the workshop time will be devoted to reading, editing, and discussing the resulting pieces. In our background readings and... Read more about [Career Navigator Workshop] Communicating with Humans Outside Your Discipline: A Writing Workshop
2020 Jun 26

Writing Groups to Develop Your Scientific Proposal

(All day)

Location: 

Online - Register for Details

Interested in developing your proposal in a small, structured setting? Join a science fellowship writing group! Groups will work with a facilitator to develop a clear rationale, testable hypothesis, and feasible approach over three to four sessions while incorporating feedback from peers. Interested students are asked to ...

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2020 May 15

[NIH OITE Webinar] Workplace Dynamics I and II: Gaining Self-awareness and Communication Skills

12:00pm to 1:30pm

Location: 

GoToWebinar - Contact for Details

Speaker, Dr. Lori Conlan, Director OITE Postdoc Office and Career Services Center

 

We will explore themes of self-awareness and self-management and will discuss preferences, work, and communication styles that influence interactions you encounter in any research group or workgroup.

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2020 May 08

[Cornell Graduate School] Virtual Writing Workshop, Writing for Deadlines

12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

Zoom - Register for details

Join a virtual writing workshop to learn strategies to become a more productive writer! Want to learn ways to manage your writing, time, schedule, and tendencies to procrastinate or be a perfectionist? Overcome anxiety (or use it to your advantage!) and stay motivated to complete your manuscript, thesis, or dissertation. We want to help you become a more productive writer!

Join us by Zoom; ...

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MIT IMPACT Program

IMPACT provides career development for post-doctoral and advanced pre-doctoral trainees through a six-month mentorship program to focus their work for heightened real-world value. It was prototyped in 2015 at MIT through the Innovation Initiative, and has since won a grant from the National...

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2019 Nov 15

Writing about Science for the Public: A Hands-On Workshop for Scientists @ Woods Hole

Fri - Sat, Nov 15 to Nov 16, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Location: 

Loeb 263, Woods Hole

Please register here: mbl.edu/writing-workshop/
Registration Deadline: Friday, Nov. 8, 2019

Writing about Science for the Public: A Hands-On Workshop for Scientists

Led by David Berreby, author and science journalist (bio below)

This workshop is designed for scientists who wish to communicate their work more clearly and effectively to the public, the media, and to scientists outside their own field.Participants will examine concepts of...

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Nature Masterclasses ($)

Nature Masterclasses offers high-quality training delivered by Nature Research journal editors, experienced researchers, funders and professionals to develop their skills, confidence and careers

2019 Sep 20

Grant-Writing and Finding Fellowships (PGE Professional Development Day)

Registration Closed 1:30pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

NRB -- Bray Room

GRANT-WRITING AND FINDING FELLOWSHIPS

The Program in Graduate Education is pleased to offer the first Professional Development Day (PDD) of the 2019-2020 Academic Year. This PDD will be consist of three sessions. Ideally attendees will attend and participate in the full afternoon of programming.

1:30 pm – 3:20 pm

  • Foundations of Writing: Understanding grants, fellowships, and best practices for crafting winning applications

Presenter: Lisa Goodrich, Ph.D., Professor of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School...

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