Latest Event Updates
The Sackler School has opened registration for their next short course, focused on preparing individuals for industry. If you’re heading to industry, register soon — seats are limited.
We are pleased and proud to announce a new short course “NAVIGATING THE CORPORATE ENVIRONMENT”. This course continues our series of courses and seminars designed to educate and train students and postdocs toward career excellence in academia and across the biomedical workforce. This course will provide an introductory understanding of working in biotech, pharma and research organizations.
This course will combine lecture and interactive activities from a Northeastern University Business faculty with discussions with alumni and others from a variety of companies. Topics will include managing people, understand culture, working in groups, teamwork, organizational structure, company overviews, the market and associated peers, roles within an organization and how to be successful in a corporate environment.
This course will consist of five 2-hour sessions on Thursday evenings from 6 – 8 pm, starting on Thursday, March 1. Subsequent sessions will be on March 8, 15, 22 and 29. Attendance at all five sessions is mandatory as are pre -and post-course surveys and a $20.00 course fee. The class size is limited to 30, and will be accepted on a first-come first-serve basis.
Please note this is a not-for-credit course. A light dinner will be served for each seminar!
We received this invitation to join a workshop focused on academic ventures. If you’re interested, apply before May 1.
We invite you to participate in the New England Future Faculty Workshop for Underrepresented Groups in STEM Fields (NE-FFW) on the Northeastern University campus in Boston, Massachusetts on July 10, 2018. The NE-FFW is designed specifically for underrepresented minorities and women in STEM fields who are late-stage PhD students and postdoctoral scholars and interested in an academic career.
The NE-FFW is focused on the academic job search. The format of the one-day workshop includes faculty-led interactive discussions and peer-to-peer interactions. Workshop topics include: Finding Your Institutional Fit, Standing Out in the Interview, Reviewing CVs, Developing a Research Statement, Negotiating the Job Offer, and more. To learn more about the New England Future Faculty Workshop for Underrepresented Groups in STEM Fields, go to: http://www.northeastern.edu/advance/recruitment/future-faculty-workshop/
To participate in the NE-FFW, there are several steps interested people need to take:
- Apply online by May 1, 2018.
- Submit a 300 word statement about why they want to participate
- Submit a CV
- Submit a diversity statement (1 page or less)
- Await notification of acceptance on May 16, 2018
- Confirm participation in workshop by paying a $50 registration fee by June 1, 2018
Please share this with colleagues. This unique opportunity is one you won’t want to miss. We hope to meet you in Boston in July!
NE-FWW Planning Committee
Penny Beuning, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Jan Rinehart, Executive Director ADVANCE Office of Faculty Development
Erinn Taylor de Barroso, Assistant Director ADVANCE Office of Faculty Development
Just a friendly reminder to take a break for coffee and cookies!
When: Thursday, Februrary 1st, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Where: Jaharis Cafe
When: Thursday, Februrary 1st, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Where: SEC Room 120
Director of Outreach Programs
Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO)
The American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Fellowship application window is closing soon! If you’re interested in science communication, take a look!
AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering
Providing career exploration for over 40 years.
2018 application available
October 16 – January 15!
The AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellowship places science, engineering, and mathematics students and postdocs at media organizations nationwide. They have worked as reporters, editors, researchers, and production assistants at media outlets that include the Los Angeles Times, WIRED, National Public Radio, National Geographic, and Scientific American.
The Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellows use their academic training in the sciences as they research, write and report today’s headlines, while sharpening their abilities to communicate complex scientific issues to the public. The Fellowship experience broadens the participant’s career path while increasing the public’s understanding of science and technology. For additional information about the program visit aaas.org/mmfellowship.