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Upcoming 2019 Events: GMS GMS Virtual Graduate Fair 3/7/19 CareerEco Biomed Virtual Grad School Fair 03/21/19 GMS Healthcare Emergency Management Open House 03/22/19 GMS MAMS Open House 04/05/19 GMS Bioimaging Open House 04/12/19 GMS Healthcare Emergency Management Open House 04/26/19 GMS Bioimaging Open House 05/03/19 GMS Healthcare Emergency Management Open House 05/10/19
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mentor219Working with mentors (advisers, PIs, supervisors, etc.) is an integral part of being a graduate student or postdoc, but sometimes these relationships present challenges. In this interactive workshop, you’ll learn strategies for examining power dynamics, improving communication, and identifying problems in your mentoring relationships. Our three presenters will answer your questions and share their expertise […]
Hundreds of articles and blogs have been written to highlight the importance of culture fit, but why are so few people paying attention to this important topic? This workshop, will cover why culture fit is important for a job seeker to investigate and will highlight ways to research and understand the culture for a given organization. Date: February 14th 2019 Time: 4:00PM-5:00PM […]
Are you interested in learning more about careers as a scientists in law/compliance? Join us to hear more and meet with scientists: Dr. Katherine Kopeikina; Technical Specialist at DT Ward PC Dr. Matthew Pavao; Partner at Cooley LLP Dr. Tracey Tucker Zhou; Senior Medical Writer at Bluebird Bio Register: https://tinyurl.com/law21319 Date: February 13th 2019 Time: 10:00am-11:50am […]
Students, faculty and staff in the School of Medicine and residents/fellows at Boston Medical Center are urged to participate in an anonymous survey designed to determine diversity-related attitudes and perceptions. Strong participation is needed to maximize the accuracy of the survey. We last completed a similar appraisal two years ago and an update is critical. […]