Past Events

Career talk: "Finding a Semiconductor Industry Job in Japan"

2022年6月9日 (木) 11:30 13:00
Central building C210

C-Hub and The Graduate School jointly invite you to an informal career talk by OIST postdoc alumnus, Dr. Mikas Remeika.  Dr. Remeika is back on campus for a return visit and has kindly offered to share his experiences on the industry job search in Japan. He is also pleased to introduce a job opportunity for new/recent PhD graduates at an international semiconductor company.

Nature Research Academies: Being an Effective Reviewer Workshop [Day 2].

2022年3月24日 (木) 10:00 12:00
You must RSVP to attend.

These two 2-hrs webinar series aim to give attendees the necessary skills to be an effective peer reviewer, from both an editor`s and author`s perspective. This webinar will provide practical insights and strategies to help attendees achieve this goal.

To register CLICK HERE.

 

Nature Research Academies: Being an Effective Reviewer Workshop [Day 1].

2022年3月22日 (火) 10:00 12:00
You must RSVP to attend.

These two 2-hrs webinar series aim to give attendees the necessary skills to be an effective peer reviewer, from both an editor`s and author`s perspective. This webinar will provide practical insights and strategies to help attendees achieve this goal.

To register CLICK HERE.

Inclusive Mentoring Mini-Symposium 2022

2022年2月16日 (水) 18:002022年2月17日 (木) 11:30
You must RSVP to attend.

The Center for Professional Development and Inclusive Excellence (C-Hub) warmly welcomes you to join us to engage in inspirational discussions, explorations, and strategic thinking to explore how individuals and institutions can promote impactful, inclusive mentoring cultures in the sciences.

Workshop: "Building Your Next Course: Forward Thinking on Curriculum through Backward Course Design".

2021年12月16日 (木) 10:00 11:30
You must RSVP to attend. A virtual Zoom link will be shared upon registration.

C-Hub warmly invites you to join us to hear about best practices for ensuring your teaching is engaging, transformative, and impactful.

Dr. Jason Heustis will articulate the essentials for creating a great course and discuss how to build a syllabus that will create clear, intentional pathways for teaching and learning. We will also discuss how “active learning” facilitates deep understanding and engages students from diverse backgrounds. Participants will also have the opportunity to consider different modes of assessment to measure student learning and mastery, and be strategic in development the assessments that will be aligned with your desired learning objectives.