CENTER FOR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
Office for Women's Careers
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Stepping Up: Men at MGH Who Re-define Family Success on Jun 16
Drs. Thomas Byrne, Mark O’Connor and William Palmer, presented their respective stories, including the challenges and rewards that have resulted from their choice to support their wives’ careers.
Watch the last Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series 9 on Sep 14
A lecture by Drs. Manisha Bahl from MGH/HMS, and Yolanda Bryce from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, titled "Innovations in the Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Breast Cancer"
Register for the next Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series 10 on Oct 19
The Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series was created to support and advance the careers of women. Click on registration for more details for this session.
HBR Women at Work- Family Management Podcast
With challenges of managing everything and everyone, listen to advice from experts in looking to a way forward for working parents.
MentorMGB! A New Mentoring and Research Collaboration Website
This platform is available to faculty, postdocs, graduate students and others across MGH, BWH and affiliated hospitals to encourage cross-specialty mentorship and research collaboration.
Women researchers are publishing less since the pandemic hit. What can their employers do to help?
“We are seeing something that is very disturbing, and that is that women are publishing less,” said Miriam Bredella, the director of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Center for Faculty Development.
Zoom Best Practices and Helpful Tips
The CFD put together this brief presentation on The Basics of Giving a Good Talk on Zoom and Tools to Make Zoom Webinars or Meetings More Interesting!
|Louisa G. Sylvia, PhD
Director, Office for Women's Careers (OWC)
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About the Office for Women's Careers
The OWC, Office for Women's Careers, facilitates the career advancement of women faculty and trainees at MGH. Areas of emphasis are to:
- Increase the number of women faculty promoted by academic criteria and achieving leadership positions.
- Increase women faculty members' retention and job satisfaction.
- Implement programs to promote career development and work-life balance.
- Provide individual counseling, advice and support.