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Navigating Mentoring Relationships: Strategies for Uncharted Terrain- Feb 12th

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 […]

Finding Your Career Culture Match- Feb 14th

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 […]

Career Panel Discussion: Science Careers in Law/Compliance Feb 13th

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 […]

Nominate Graduate Student for MLK Scholarship Due Feb 13th

Boston University annually awards a limited number of Martin Luther King, Jr. Fellowships to outstanding incoming graduate students who are committed to the social justice principles espoused by Dr. King. Eligibility The fellowship is available to U.S. citizens who are new, incoming students at Boston University and beginning graduate studies in any department or school. […]

BU Student-Faculty Forum Series Returns on 9/25/2018

The Dean of Students office and Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground invite students, faculty and staff to discuss young people’s civic engagement in the first Student-Faculty Forum of the academic year! The Student-Faculty forum, a monthly gathering of faculty experts and students founded in 2017 with Virginia Sapiro, Professor of Political Science and Dean […]