Trauma Informed Teaching

On Tuesday, October 26th from 3-4 pm, Dr. Mays Imad will be presenting a virtual seminar entitled: Trauma-informed Teaching: the neuroscience of toxic stress and how to increase engagement, connection, and healing in the classroom. Her talk will address …

By Elsie Otero
Elsie Otero Assistant Director, Graduate Student Professional Development Elsie Otero
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Finding jobs in 2021: CAPD’s guide to the current state of recruiting

After the last eighteen months, it comes as no surprise that the recruiting landscape has seen a major shift to virtual recruiting  and an emphasis on improving company culture and inclusivity. However, there’s plenty about fall 2021’s recruiting cycle …

By Lydia Huth
Lydia Huth Communications Specialist Lydia Huth
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TLL Fresh Perspectives – Insights from Faculty Panel

The Teaching and Learning Lab recently hosted 2 panel discussions with MIT educators covering their insights from teaching remotely through the pandemic, how it’s going now, and how they plan to apply these reflections moving forward. You can now read a recap of each event …

By Simona Rosu
Simona Rosu Senior Assistant Director, Postdoctoral Career and Professional Development Simona Rosu
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Virtual Event: “Unleash your PhD” Oct. 25-29, 2021

Register for your free tickets here.

The Unleash your PhD event is open to anyone with a PhD or who is working on one and is curious about
non-academic job opportunities:
…From any sector (STEM, humanities, & beyond)
…Who wants …

By Amanda Cornwall
Amanda Cornwall Associate Director, Graduate Student Professional Development Amanda Cornwall
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OGE Fall Financial Literacy Workshops: Oct. 26, Nov. 5, Nov. 9

The Office of Graduate Education invites all graduate students to a virtual workshop series on investing brought to you by Fidelity Investments. This three-part series will help guide those interested on the path to investing. RSVP here. A Zoom link will be …

By Amanda Cornwall
Amanda Cornwall Associate Director, Graduate Student Professional Development Amanda Cornwall
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How to Network at Family Gatherings

Family Thanksgiving is something that I dread every year. It’s not because I don’t like my family—they’re a little wild, but I do love them and really enjoy catching up with them. However, I’m a bit of an introvert—large groups …

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IAP Micro-internships for Architecture & Planning Students

Looking for a short-term project or internship over IAP? Consider a micro-internship! Build skills, connect with employers and explore a career path. Below are a few micro-internships for students studying architecture or urban planning.   

Micro-Intern: Architectural Intern (IAP & MIT …

By Tavi Sookhoo
Tavi Sookhoo Assistant Director, Career Prototypes Tavi Sookhoo
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The Pay Gap for Women Starts With a Responsibility Gap

by Laura Kray and Margaret Lee

The Covid pandemic has left women exhausted from the competing demands of work and family. According to a recent McKinsey survey of 40,000 employees of U.S. companies, women report feeling more burned out and …

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15 of the Best Consulting Firms for Gender Pay Equality

On March 8th, we celebrate International Women’s Day to honor the achievements of women around the globe and continue the fight for gender equality. One issue that serves as a critical focal point for this ongoing discussion is pay equality. …

By Stephan Maldonado - Vault
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The Uprising – An MIT Press Documentary Short “Time alone doesn’t change things. People change things.”

The new video The Uprising from MIT Press about Women in Science is inspiring and tells the story of differential treatment of men and women on the MIT faculty in the 1990s. Featuring a group of sixteen women faculty members …

By Deborah Liverman
Deborah Liverman Executive Director, Career Advising & Professional Development Deborah Liverman
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Which Industries are Hiring Data Scientists in 2021?

A major lesson learned from the pandemic is that data is an integral part of business decisions and strategic operations. As COVID hit, businesses adapted to hybrid and distributed environments with data at the center of everything. With more data …

By Francis Borrego
Francis Borrego Senior Assistant Director, Employer Relations  Francis Borrego
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