Capture the diversity of animal forms using pencil and paper. Learn some techniques for quickly sketching animals, closely observe the details of fur and feather textures, and draw eyes in a way that brings animals to life. Groups will be limited to twelve, allowing ample time for individual feedback. All skill levels are welcome.
Join us online to hear the stories of how the philanthropy of Benjamin Bussey and James Arnold created and shaped the Arnold Arboretum, leaving a legacy of precious open space for the City of Boston and all to enjoy. These two foundational gifts not only established the Arboretum we know today, but also launched it as an institution within Harvard University and the City of Boston that is now almost entirely funded by present—and past—philanthropy. Lisa E. Pearson, Head of the Library and Archives, will share a historical perspective, with Ned Friedman, Director of the Arnold Arboretum...
For the July meeting, we will be holding drop-in office hours over Zoom on Wednesday, July 28th, from 3:00-5:00 PM. Stop by at any point with your OpenScholar questions, or to say hello! We hope to see you there.
How To Join Our Group
Officially sign-up to be part of the ABCD-OpenScholar group. You will receive email reminders of upcoming meetings and any materials from past events.
Are you interested in learning about what happens after you submit a job application through Harvard Careers? Do you wonder what Harvard recruiters can see in Harvard Careers?
During this panel discussion Harvard staff will hear directly from Harvard recruiters the answers to these questions and additional advice for how to be a successful internal candidate. The panel will address how:
Intended Audience: Those working independently or participating in building an OpenScholar website.
In this interactive training we will work through a series of hands on activities showing you how to use the OpenScholar software to build a website (such as research projects, initiatives, or department sites).
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to use the administrative interface of OS to build a website on OpenScholar. No previous experience creating websites is needed.
The third installment of the Virtual Harvard Radcliffe Institute Book Talks will feature Daniel Carpenter, author of "Democracy by Petition: Popular Politics in Transformation, 1790–1870" (Harvard University Press, 2021). Carpenter is the faculty director of the social sciences at Harvard Radcliffe Institute and the Allie S. Freed Professor of Government in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Carpenter’s reading will be followed by a discussion with Nikki M. Taylor, professor of history and chair of the Department of History at Howard University.