Registration opens at 9 am on Nov. 5 for degree candidates. Register early for best choice of courses. You must pay your balance in full by the payment deadline. If you do not, you risk being dropped from all courses and waitlists.Click here to learn more.
This session on Oct. 29 will provide a quick and efficient overview of the key elements to consider when creating an effective resume. Objectives include naming the key elements of an effective resume, identifying aspects of your resume to strengths, and asking questions about writing resumes as time permits. Learn more.
In this online presentation on Oct. 22, Jay Haigler and Albert José Jones will share a documentary on the organization’s work and recent discoveries. They will also discuss the importance of submerged heritage resources in advancing the fields of maritime archaeology and ocean conservation. Learn more. Read more about Diving with a Purpose: A Fifteen-Year Odyssey
Explore the wondrous world of fungi! Join Harvard students for a closer look at the mushrooms, yeasts, and molds found in gardens, forests, labs—even in our own refrigerators. This popular annual event turns virtual this year, featuring videos created by Harvard students. Join the webinar to participate in live conversation in response to student projects. Be prepared to see fungi in a whole new way!
Diving with a Purpose is an organization dedicated to the documentation and protection of African slave trade shipwrecks and the maritime history and culture of African Americans. Jay Haigler and Albert José Jones will share a documentary on the organization’s work and recent discoveries. They will discuss the importance of submerged heritage resources in advancing the fields of maritime archaeology and ocean conservation and the need for a better understanding of the transatlantic slave trade and its global, cultural, and social-economic impact on society.
Celebrate National Fossil Day—a celebration organized by the National Park Service—by taking a closer look at museum fossils with Harvard paleontologists. What can we see on ancient seafloors? How do modern animals help us understand extinct animals? What fossils still amaze scientists? What is it like to be a practicing paleontologist? Bring your curiosity and questions to this online event for all ages!
9:00 am – 9:30 am: Graduate Student RJ Knecht and Curatorial Assistant Mark Renczkowski share trace fossils...
This 90-minute virtual workshop on Oct. 20 will focus on techniques for formatting emails when requesting action. You’ll learn concepts to help organize your thoughts in a way that will help your readers take the action you intend in the time you’re requesting. Learn more. Read more about Email for Action
Registration opens at 9 am for all students. Register early for best choice of courses. You must pay your balance in full by the payment deadline. If you do not, you risk being dropped from all courses and waitlists.
Registration opens at 9 am for degree candidates. Register early for best choice of courses. You must pay your balance in full by the payment deadline. If you do not, you risk being dropped from all courses and waitlists.
With bark that exfoliates in cinnamon and gold curls, paperbark maple (Acer griseum) is a stunning Chinese temperate species. Over the past century it has become a prized garden specimen in many private and public North American gardens. Endangered in its native range, this species has been a collection target for conservation by the North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium. Low seed viability, however, makes conservation a long-term challenge. Arboretum staff members will gather online to share their knowledge and expertise in collection, propagation, and cultivation of this...
In this 2-hour workshop on Sept. 30, you will learn about the important role that connection with others plays in building and sustaining resiliency. You will learn practical strategies to strengthen your relationships by enhancing your ability to empathize, listen, and be present with others. Learn more. Read more about Building Personal Resilience: Connection
The shift to remote learning has led to new questions around digital safety for our families. What are the longer-term effects of extended screen-time on our families and students at home? How can we use technology tools as effectively as possible to keep our students safe? What are best practices to keep our family’s online information secure
To help ease your concerns in a friendly and approachable way, our expert panel including Faculty Director of the HGSE Technology, Innovation, and Education Program Joseph Blatt and Harvard University IT Program Manager for Training and...