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Scientists have to keep doing science to be happy. This talk gives food for thought on how to stay happy in both the work and non-work spheres. Is it truly possible to bring all aspects of our lives under control? Balance is a myth - we ...
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What does strategy have to do with science? According to Dr. Isaiah Hankel, they have a great deal in common. Dr. Hankel has decoded the psychology behind career success and applied it to the science lab. In this talk, you’ll learn the t...
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Stipend issues? Having trouble balancing research and coursework? Wondering what to expect from your advisor? These and other urgent issues affecting MIT graduate students are discussed in this video by a panel that includes MIT professo...
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Numerous young PhDs enter academia every year. However, many face the problem of uncertainty over what to focus on beyond publications. What else is needed for success on the tenure track? These speakers are experienced researchers who h...
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Join MIT PhD alums as they talk about their experience in the consulting industry and gain valuable insight about making the transition from a PhD to private industry. This illuminating panel features representatives from McKinsey, Clear...
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If you want help on where to shop, finding the best parks, museums, libraries, pediatricians, childcare options, and more, this dicussion will provide you with expert information on the best ways to navigate life as an MIT family.
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The Process of Academic Publishing and Academic Portfolio Management addressed the "do's and don'ts" of academic publishing, and provided suggestions on building a solid academic reputation. Key points covered included: the process from ...
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Julia and Christina Tartaglia of the Scientista Foundation discuss why you should be in a network of women in science and hte value of community for female scientists. They also reveal how they came to found their organization, The Scien...
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Learn about what reviewers look for when publishing your work, and get tips for how to navigate the review process successfully. Those featured in the video include publishers, editors, and professors from fields including biology, EECS,...
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For the best and brightest women scientists -- that's you. How you must communicate to establish credibility and authority -- whether on the podium, in a meeting, or in everyday exchanges with your colleagues.
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For the best and brightest women scientists -- that's you. How you must communicate to establish credibility and authority -- whether on the podium, in a meeting, or in everyday exchanges with your colleagues. Organized by the Graduate S...
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Part of the 2013 GWAMIT Spring Empowerment Conference. Panelists include Professor Muriel Medard (MIT), Dean Christine Ortiz (MIT), Professor Evimaria Terzi (BU), and Professor Katrin Wehrheim (MIT). These four accomplished professors at...
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