An exciting opportunity for a Research Assistant/Technician has recently become available within Dr. Pier Paolo Pandolfi’s lab at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC)/Harvard Medical School.
The laboratory is looking for someone who is interested in science and wants to work in a stimulating academic environment. This is a great position for recent graduates or a little bit experienced technicians looking to get research laboratory related job experience.
The individual will work under the supervision of a Research Fellow and Laboratory Manager. In addition to a number of general laboratory duties the individual will conduct routine experiments (molecular biology/cellular biology/genetics), record results, participate in scientific group meetings, maintain logs and analyze data.
Hole in the Wall is a non-profit organization based in Connecticut that provides residential camp programming and regional outreach to children and families dealing with serious and chronic illnesses. Staff and volunteer opportunities are fun, fulfilling, and look great on a resume.
From our colleagues at the Franklin Environmental Center:
Monday, September 24 at 4:30 PM in Axinn 232
This talk will be given by Sarah Bidgood, Senior Research Associate and Project Manager, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Middlebury Institute of International Studies. Experts often talk about radiological weapons in the context of terrorism. Significantly less attention is paid to the potential for national governments to develop these weapons. Researchers at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies have found that a host of countries, including the United States, Soviet Union, United Kingdom, and Iraq, pursued radiological weapons in the past. Using primary source and archival material, they have sought to pinpoint why these programs began, why they stopped, and how this history can inform policy today.
If you’re not able to get to CCI during the regular Quick Question hours, Nadani Dixon, CCI Peer Career Advisor (PCA), will be hosting September Pop-Up hours in the BiHall Great Hall every Monday from 7:00-9:00 PM or in Proctor Lounge Mondays 2:30-4:30 PM. Find her there to:
Develop and review resumes and cover letters
Search for internship and employment opportunities
Prepare for interviews
Access resources like Handshake
Refer you to appropriate CCI advisors
Nadani in her own words: “I’m a junior Computer Science major and Gender, Sexuality & Feminism Studies minor from Kingston, Jamaica. At Middlebury, in addition to CS and GSFS, I’ve taken classes in Middle Eastern History, Dance, Math, Sociology/Anthropology and Chemistry. At Middlebury, I’m involved in RIDDIM World Dance Troupe as the Treasurer for 2018-2019, Pan Caribbean Student Organization (PCSO), Black Student Union (BSU), the American Chemical Society, Women in Computer Science (wiCs++) and Steam Girls as one of the Co-directors. I’m interested in the role technology plays in our world today: the challenges and benefits. Simply, the factors, ideas and beliefs that make it a controversial tool and how it is used in our 21st century world.
On campus, I’ve worked as the Dance Technical Director and Performing Arts Series Intern. In Summer 2017, I interned at the Office of Digital Learning and Inquiry here on campus as the Digital Pedagogy and Instructional Design intern. During my internship, I created an app for the Middlebury Museum of Art, developed and design WordPress sites, researched critical digital pedagogy and more. Last summer, I interned at Team4Tech on a project in Costa Rica focused on improving education through technological implementations and teacher training. I love to swim, dance, plan and organize events, practice yoga and garden. I’m excited to be a PCA and look forward to meeting you and answering any and all questions you may have.”
Nadani is an incredible resource and we are thrilled to have her part of our team!
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work at an auction house? Come enjoy this presentation on the history of Christie’s and how auction houses work to see if it might be a career path for you. The presentation will also include information on Christie’s Education’s graduate programs. Our programs open doors into a variety of career paths from the full range of positions in the auction house to galleries, private collections, art advisory and art finance. All our students have access to resources and staff of Christie’s Auction House. Our full-time courses in New York and London allow students to explore the many museums and galleries located there and special study trips to Europe, USA, and China are included as part of these courses. Come learn all about Christie’s and Christie’s Education!