Upcoming

  • 2022 Sep 29

    Walk with Bok

    Repeats every week every Thursday until Fri Dec 16 2022 except Thu Nov 24 2022.
    9:00am to 9:45am

    Location: 

    Alleyway entrance to Harvest Restaurant, 44 Brattle Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

    Looking for a way to get your day off to a good start, to enjoy the autumn weather, and to connect with colleagues about your teaching victories and questions? Join a rotating crew of Bok Center staff for a weekly morning walk, every Thursday morning from 9:00–9:45 (weather permitting). We’ll meet in the alley at the entrance to the Harvest Restaurant and walk 1–2 bridges along the river before returning to campus. Bring the stories you’re dying to share, and the questions you’ve always meant to ask!

     

  • 2022 Sep 30

    Bok Seminar - Intercultural Communication Skills for International PhD Students

    Repeats every week every Friday, 8 times .
    1:30pm to 3:30pm

    Location: 

    125 Mt. Auburn St. 3rd Floor

    Led by Sarah Emory

    How do our cultures inform how we communicate, how we learn, and how we teach? New international PhD students navigate communication at Harvard on multiple levels: as students, as scholars, and as future teachers. In this interactive seminar, we will explore how our cultural values influence our communication in a range of academic and classroom situations. You will have the opportunity to learn, practice, and get feedback on cross-cultural communication skills for Harvard classrooms and beyond, with sessions devoted to academic culture, undergraduate...

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  • 2022 Oct 03

    Coffee Chats with the Culture and Communication Consultants

    Repeats every week every Monday until Mon Oct 31 2022 except Mon Oct 10 2022.
    4:30pm to 5:30pm

    Location: 

    CGIS Knafel Cafe

    Do you want to learn more about undergraduate experiences, practice your English, and meet new people? Bring your coffee and join the Bok Center’s undergraduate Culture and Communication Consultants (CCCs) for drop-in conversations! No RSVP needed.

    Additional times and locations will be added throughout the semester:...

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  • 2022 Oct 05

    Graduate Student Workshop: Demystifying Diversity Statements

    3:00pm to 4:00pm

    Location: 

    Online

    Led by Ashlie Sandoval, Assistant Director for Equity and Inclusion, Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning

    Though an increasing number of faculty search committees ask candidates to submit diversity statements, guidance about how to compose an effective statement—indeed, even about what they are and why they can be valuable to institutions and candidates’ own professional development—remains scarce. How can you approach writing a diversity statement, considering your own identity and motivation in the context of sharing how you can...

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  • 2022 Oct 06

    Walk with Bok

    9:00am to 9:45am

    Location: 

    Alleyway entrance to Harvest Restaurant, 44 Brattle Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

    Looking for a way to get your day off to a good start, to enjoy the autumn weather, and to connect with colleagues about your teaching victories and questions? Join a rotating crew of Bok Center staff for a weekly morning walk, every Thursday morning from 9:00–9:45 (weather permitting). We’ll meet in the alley at the entrance to the Harvest Restaurant and walk 1–2 bridges along the river before returning to campus. Bring the stories you’re dying to share, and the questions you’ve always meant to ask!

     

  • 2022 Oct 07

    Bok Seminar - Intercultural Communication Skills for International PhD Students

    1:30pm to 3:30pm

    Location: 

    125 Mt. Auburn St. 3rd Floor

    Led by Sarah Emory

    How do our cultures inform how we communicate, how we learn, and how we teach? New international PhD students navigate communication at Harvard on multiple levels: as students, as scholars, and as future teachers. In this interactive seminar, we will explore how our cultural values influence our communication in a range of academic and classroom situations. You will have the opportunity to learn, practice, and get feedback on cross-cultural communication skills for Harvard classrooms and beyond, with sessions devoted to academic culture, undergraduate...

    Read more about Bok Seminar - Intercultural Communication Skills for International PhD Students

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