Journal clubs meet biweekly during the academic year to examine recent literature in teaching and learning on various topics according to faculty interest. Faculty and graduate students are welcome to attend. Because journal club meetings are held over lunch, we request that participants RSVP in advance.
Repeats every week every Friday until Fri Oct 25 2019 .
1:00pm to 4:00pm
1:00pm to 4:00pm
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Science Center Room 418D, 1 Oxford St., Cambridge, MA
The Bok Center and Professor Doris Sommer, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and African and African American Studies, invite Faculty and Teaching Fellows interested in creative ways of engaging with texts to participate in a 3-session workshop (including lunch) to explore Pre-Texts for adaptation in the Harvard classroom.... Read more about Pre-Texts Workshop
Interested in meeting other faculty and graduate student instructors? Looking for new ideas to try in your classroom? We’re here to answer your questions, make connections, and inspire you! Join us for an open house at the Bok Center on the third floor of 50 Church Street on Wednesday, August 28, at 4pm. You’ll learn more about teaching resources and ways to engage with us during the year, and see how faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates at Harvard have worked with the Bok Center.
On May 9, the Bok Center hosted our 3rd annual Showcase, celebrating innovative teaching from the past academic year. Visitors from across the Harvard community and beyond explored over 20 booths highlighting many of the diverse courses and programs created by Bok Center staff, student fellows, and faculty partners.... Read more about Bok Showcase 2019: Innovative Teaching in the Spotlight
The Bok Center collaborates with FAS Faculty Affairs to welcome new faculty to campus during the New Faculty Institute, a 2-day program for tenure-track faculty. Through a series of interactive workshops, the Bok Center shares ideas for engaging students and fostering inclusive classrooms. Read more about New Faculty Institute
The Bok Center collaborates with FAS Faculty Affairs to welcome new faculty to campus during Navigating Harvard, a 1-day program for non-ladder faculty. Through a series of interactive workshops, the Bok Center shares ideas for engaging students and fostering inclusive classrooms. Read more about Navigating Harvard
Harvard Magazine recently published a comprehensive summary of the Bok Center’s Harvard Summit on Excellence in Higher Education. Held on April 4-5, the Summit brought together deans, provosts, and faculty from universities across the country to discuss whether - and how well - liberal arts colleges and universities are serving the public good....
With the academic year coming to a close, it’s a great time to look back over the year and take stock of not only everything you’ve accomplished, but also everything you’ve learned, especially as a teacher. It’s easy to catalog all of the work done in the classroom, like the lessons planned, lectures delivered, and exams graded, and to have a sense of how your students progressed through the semester. It’s less straightforward to realize how much you have learned from teaching.... Read more about Call for Participants! Why does teaching matter to you?
The Bok Center is proud to partner with GSAS on the Harvard Horizons program. We support the students in their task of crafting 5-minute versions of their dissertation research, coaching them on storytelling, performance, and multimedia. Come learn from this year’s cohort as they present their work...
3 sessions (in sequence) Wednesday, April 17, 4:00-7:00pm Thursday, April 18, 4:00-7:00pm Tuesday, April 23, 4:00-7:00pm
The Bok Center and Professor Doris Sommer, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and African and African American Studies, invite Faculty and Teaching Fellows interested in creative ways of engaging with texts to participate in a 3-session workshop to explore Pre-Texts for adaptation in the Harvard classroom.