Tiny tea comes to WHOI

By Hanny Rivera | November 19, 2017

Inspired by Suzi Clark’s awesome blog post on the Tiny Tea event being held at MIT, Women in Course XII, BIG, and WHOI’s Gender Equity Advisory Committee (GEPAC) will be bringing the discussions to the Cape. Join us on Thursday, November 30th, at 10:30 am in Carriage House for a discussion on how to be an…

Oceanos: WHOI en Español e Português

By Hanny Rivera | September 17, 2017

Our first ever bilingual event was a great success. We had twelve dynamic presentations and broadcasted the event live over facebook. If you missed it you can watch it here!

Sept 15th – Scientist’s Dilemma Lunch Series Continues

By Hanny Rivera | September 15, 2017

The second lunch in Scientist’s Dilemma series continues, September 15th, 12-1pm in Fenno 107. We are excited to have Ben Van Mooy of WHOI and Nicole Bartlett of NOAA join us to discuss the intricacies of Hiring & Applying for science related jobs. How do you chose a candidate that will ultimately be successful in your…

Sept 19th – Social Media Workshop

By Hanny Rivera | September 15, 2017

Broader Impacts Group (BIG) is organizing a Social Media Workshop led by JP student Gabi Serrato Marks on Tuesday September 19th from 4:15-5:15 pm in the Student Lounge.  This interactive workshop will focus on using Twitter and Instagram to communicate science and make your research more accessible to a public audience. Gabi will give a short…

BIG Summer Planning Meeting

By Hanny Rivera | July 20, 2017

  On Thursday, July 20, 2017, we held a productive meeting in the JP student lounge to discuss some of the ideas and projects BIG has in their pipeline. We would love to have you join in and help! Below are a few of the projects that could use more hands:     Blog Managers/Editors: …

Scientist’s Dilemma Lunch Series

By Hanny Rivera | July 17, 2017

July 21st, 2017 12:00-1:00 pm – Watson 201; ongoing thereafter   JP Student, Julia Middleton, and WHOI scientist Liz Kujawinski have organized a new lunch discussion series focusing on scientific ethics and other challenges facing scientists in our modern world. The first meeting on Scientific Communication and Advocacy will be on July 21, 2017. Hanny Rivera,…

Oceanos: WHOI en Español e Português

By Hanny Rivera | July 17, 2017

September 16, 2017 – 2:00-4:00 pm – Clark 507   Come experience science in a whole new language. JP student, Gabriela Farfan, and WHOI researcher, Luis Valentin-Alvarado, have organized Oceanos, a new event at WHOI that seeks to make the research being done at WHOI accessible to members of the local Cape Cod community (and visitors) who speak Spanish…

Design for Non-Designers Workshop

By Hanny Rivera | March 20, 2017

The Broader Impacts Group at MIT-WHOI and Academic Programs Office at WHOI are sponsoring an event on March 29th at 12-1:30 pm in Clark 507 on WHOI’s Quissett Campus called: Design for Non-Designers.  This workshop will be led by Katherine Spencer Joyce, Creative Director of WHOI Graphic Services.   There is an ever-growing number at WHOI people attempting to design…

Dr. Jean-Luc Doumont Returns!

By Hanny Rivera | January 15, 2017

On January 24, 2017, Dr Jean-luc Doumont of Principiae, a communications consulting firm that specializes in technical fields, will be delivering two lectures for the WHOI community. –Making the most of your presentation, 10 am – 12 pm, Redfield Auditorium, WHOI  -Persuading others, 1:30 – 3:30 pm, Redfield Auditorium, WHOI  Dr. Doumont will describe how to design,…

There’s a Scientist in my Classroom!

By hgordon | October 22, 2015
A scientist in your classroom

October 22, 2015 at Clark, Quisset Campus, WHOI On October 22nd, over thirty Cape Cod scientists and teachers convened for the first Woods Hole-based There’s a Scientist in my Classroom! workshop of Cape Cod. Following the format of previous meetings at MIT in Cambridge, MA, this workshop provided a space for K-12 teachers from the…

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