Repeats every 2 weeks every Monday until Mon Nov 01 2021 except Mon Aug 09 2021, Mon Aug 23 2021, Mon Sep 06 2021. Also includes Mon Aug 02 2021, Mon Aug 16 2021, Mon Aug 30 2021, Mon Sep 13 2021.
8:30am to 11:00am
PLEASE NOTE: In keeping with Harvard’s Coronavirus Guidelines, the University’s New Employee Welcome and Orientation program has changed from being an in-person session to a virtual online session. Please use the links on the right to sign up for an upcoming Orientation session. A few days before your scheduled session, you will be sent instructions for accessing the online Orientation. If you have already signed up for an upcoming session, no extra steps are required.
Are you curious about what fossils tell us about life on Earth—and how dinosaurs and other ancient animals, in turn, awaken our imaginations to create true and imagined tales? Come along on a journey to find out! The adventure will kick off with children’s book author Elizabeth Shreeve, reading and sharing surprising secrets from her newest book, Out of the Blue: How Animals Evolved from Prehistoric Seas (Candlewick Press, 2021...
Repeats every week every Thursday until Thu Jul 15 2021 . Also includes Sat Jul 17 2021, Thu Jul 22 2021, Sat Jul 24 2021, Thu Jul 29 2021, Thu Aug 19 2021, Sat Aug 21 2021, Sat Sep 04 2021, Thu Sep 16 2021, Sat Sep 18 2021, Thu Sep 23 2021, Thu Sep 30 2021.
Repeats every month on the 21 of October until Thu Oct 21 2021 . Also includes Tue Sep 28 2021, Wed Nov 10 2021.
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Harvard’s flexwork guidelines have gone through several iterations to keep them current with the needs of the University and its employees. Now, as we enter a new phase of resuming some familiar practices and experimenting with new ones, Harvard will use flexwork as a dynamic tool both to discover and invent the workplace of the future. The guidelines elaborate on a long-standing practice of flexwork at Harvard, and name emerging questions that will only be resolved over time.
These sessions are designed to provide a high-level overview of the new policy and updated guidelines...
While most people agree that sex differences in human behavior exist, they disagree about the reasons. But the science is clear: testosterone is a potent force in human society, driving the bodies and behavior of the sexes apart. As Carole Hooven shows in her book T: The Story of Testosterone, the Hormone that Dominates and Divides Us (Henry Holt & Company, 2021), it does so in concert with genes and culture to produce a vast variety of male and female behavior. And, crucially, the fact that many...
Paying for healthcare in retirement is a critical part of financial planning and it is important to understand how Medicare operates and what choices you have. This webinar will help you understand some aspects of Medicare including eligibility and what plans are available to you. We hope that you will join us for this educational event.
Deep Stage 3 sleep, or restorative sleep is the stage of sleep most responsible for mending the wear and tear of daily life and rejuvenating the mind/body. And while the body wants to spend about 20% of the night in stage 3 sleep most people get much less stage 3 sleep. The results are lower levels of energy, more body pain and the experience of waking up feeling less restored. In this presentation you will learn five simple techniques that will help you to get more stage 3 sleep, more energy, less pain and more peace of mind.
Your presenter Rick Clerici, Certified Clinical...