Contact JHM Professional Development and Career Office for more details
Thursday, December 1st 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
CAREER CLINIC: LINKEDIN
Where: STILE Classroom, PCTB
This interactive LinkedIn clinic will use the new STILE classroom where participants can log onto their linkedin profile and work on it during the workshop. The workshop will highlight the various privacy settings, how to create an effective headline and summary statement, customizing your url and using linked in to network and search for jobs.
Thursday, December 1st 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
“THE SCIENCE OF LEARNING AND THE LEARNING OF SCIENCE: A DISCUSSION OF LEARNING THEORIES AND APPLICATIONS” COLLEGE SCIENCE TEACHING SEMINAR
Where: TU Center for STEM Excellence, Downtown Baltimore
The purpose of the College Science Teaching Seminar series is to foster discussion of key topics and issues in college science teaching. Participants will learn how to promote active learning in the classroom, lead effective discussions, foster a positive classroom atmosphere and develop an understanding of the principles of classroom assessment. The seminars are designed to help you critically reflect upon and expand your own ideas about teaching and learning. The format of the seminars will be largely discussion-based, with some reading material and optional writing assignments to aid in professional growth. Space is limited, so please RSVP via Eventbrite by Tuesday, November 29th.
Monday, December 5th 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm
SPECIFIC AIMS SPEED REVIEWS
Where: Mountcastle Auditorium, PCTB
The Johns Hopkins K-to-R Transition Program, in collaboration with the Professional Development and Career Office (PDCO) and Office of Faculty Development, has a Specific Aims Speed Review session coming up on Monday Dec 5th, 1-3:30pm, in the Pre-Clinical Teaching Building (PCTB), 725 North Wolfe St, Mountcastle Auditorium. This special interactive session features speed reviews of aims pages by panels of funded investigators and reviewers. Submit your aims page or come as an observer – all are welcome! A limited number of aims pages will be accepted for review, based on funding mechanism. Aims pages will be chosen on a first-come, first-serve basis; however, priority will be given to faculty members submitting for the February Deadline. Additional Specific Aims Speed Review sessions will be offered on April 10, 2017 in advance of the NIH June deadline, and again on August 1, 2017, in advance of the October deadline. Contact Laura Camarata email@example.com with any questions.
Wednesday, December 7th 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
BCI CASUAL CONVERSATION – POLICY WITH KRIS LANGAIS, PHD, GENOMICS AND HEALTH PROGRAM LEAD, NIH OFFICE OF SCIENCE POLICY
Where: Rangos 590
Kristofor Langlais, PhD is a Health Science Policy Analyst and the Genomics and Health Program Lead at the NIH Office of Science Policy (OSP), which advises the NIH Director and develops new research policies and programs across the spectrum of basic, clinical, and translational research. His work focuses on emerging issues relating to genomic data sharing, genomic medicine, molecular diagnostics, and the oversight of laboratory-developed tests.
Friday, December 7th 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
BEER and PIZZA with Liz Neely, Executive Director of Story Collider
Liz is a marine biologist who studied the color patterns of tropical fish. It was even better than her childhood dream of working in a crayon factory. For the past decade, she has been helping scientists around the world tell more compelling stories about their work. She is a member of the Advisory Board to the CommsLab at MIT. Come join Liz and ask about how to use storytelling to make your research accessible to the public and hear about her adventures working with scientists across the Globe to hone their communication skills.
Wednesday, December 14th 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
TEACHING TOPICS AND TAPAS: THE POWER OF LINKEDIN
Where: STILE Classroom, PCTB
This month Dr. Donna Vogel will present and facilitate discussion on The Power of LinkedIn. These workshops are encouraged for trainees interested in the collaborative teaching fellows program. Hosted by JHU Teaching Academy, Postdoctoral Affairs Office and the Professional Development and Career Office.
Thursday, December 15th 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
CAREER BLITZ – THREE TOPICS|THREE WORKSHOPS|ONE HOUR
Where: 1830 East Monument Building Room 2-108
12:00 PM Technology Transfer and Commercialization Careers: Learn about these careers, the skills needed, how to gain experience and where to find positions.
12:20 PM Strategic Career Planning: This workshop will provide insights into developing a strategic career plan. Everyone will leave with a draft career plan.
12:40 PM Resume Tips: This workshop will highlight PDCO’s top ten resume tips and share a before and after example of a resume from a Johns Hopkins PhD student the PDCO assisted.
These workshops are led by Pat Phelps.
Friday, December 2nd 12pm
JHU-CMDB CAREER FRIDAYS - DR. CARA ALTIMUS, AAAS FELLOW, US FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION & DR. NANCY RODRIGUEZ, DIRECTOR, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE
For more information and registration instructions, contact D’Arcy Placilla, Academic Program Coordinator, Department of Biology, Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts & Sciences (KSAS) 410-516-4704
JHU KSAS Mudd Hall 23 | Hosted by JHU Doctoral Program in Cell, Molecular, Developmental Biology, and Biophysics (CMDB)
Wednesday, December 7th 12 pm
GWEN’s WISE Words with Dr. Eileen Haase, TRAYLOR 709
Join us for WISE Words with Dr. Eileen Haase, who earned her M.S. in Electrical Engineering and her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering here at Hopkins. Dr. Haase is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Biomedical Engineering Department and is the director of the Johns Hopkins Applied Biomedical Engineering Program for Professionals (EP). Come hear about Dr. Haase's journey through her Ph.D. and experiences in academic teaching.
Bring your own lunch! Desserts and coffee will be provided.
Wednesday, December 7th, 6pm to 7pm
JHGCC Consulting Case Interview Workshop with Nate Dunkin who has a job offer with Boston Consulting Group
Expertise in completing a case study is an important part of the recruitment process for consulting firms. The JHGCC Case Study Workshops provide our members with the opportunity to learn about the different types of problems that they may encounter during the interview process and eventually as consultants. The JHGCC’s 8 bi-weekly case study workshops at the medical campus in both fall and spring semesters allow attendees to hone the skills that consulting firms seek during the hiring process. Each attendee works through an interactive case study with more experienced members. This process teaches participants how to approach different consulting problems how to avoid the common pitfalls. It also offers students a low-pressure environment to sample whether consulting is a good fit career path for them.
Young Scientist Series 2016
Applications due December 15th
Are you a graduate student or postdoc in any field of biology with a compelling research story that you want to share with the world? Do you want to learn how to give one of the best science talks of your career from the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science? Want to win $500? Then apply for the iBiology Young Scientist Series!
YSS is a video series produced by iBiology that features young scientists giving talks about their research and discoveries. U.S. and international pre-doctoral graduate students (i.e. PhD candidates) and post-doctoral fellows in any field of the biological sciences are eligible to apply. Four winners will be selected.
To apply by December 15th