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People who negotiate their income earn an extra $1 million during their career. Ms. Katie Donovan, a salary negotiation consultant and equal pay advocate, will teach you how to be one of these people. You will learn the expectations, p...
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"The Education Panel will bring together education experts to discuss innovation, reform, and the evolving future of education. Questions will highlight current platforms and future efforts to leverage automations to reach underserved ...
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Susana Malcorra, Chef de Cabinet of the United Nations, shares her experiences of striking a path to success in male dominated careers. After discussing how she reached a fruitful career in business, she goes on to explain her shift to p...
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Planning your career after graduation? Or did you just start grad school and are not sure what you want to do in the long run? Are you choosing between industry and academia and deciding on which career path to follow? Hear how successfu...
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This is Part 2 of 2 of "I think I just invented something... Now what?," a special event that delves into the many details of inventions and the patenting process that surrounds them. How do I or MIT get my invention patented? Who dec...
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This is Part 1 of 2 of "I think I just invented something... Now what?," a special event that delves into the many details of inventions and the patenting process that surrounds them. How do I know when my idea has turned into an "inve...
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Playing the game or hacking the system: A talk and discussion on subverting systems of power Ruha Benjamin, Assistant Professor of Sociology and African American Studies at Boston University and author of "People's Science: Bodies and...
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Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the Quest for Perfection Debora Spar spent most of her life avoiding feminism. Raised after the tumult of the 60's, she presumed that the gender war was over; she swore to young women that yes, they coul...
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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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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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