New Faculty Institute 2010

    Each year, Harvard University welcomes a cadre of outstanding new faculty to our academic community. We hope that each will feel welcomed and find the resources needed to have an easy transition to life at Harvard. We recognize and understand that new faculty have many different needs as they begin their academic life in a new environment. Each faculty member will have different needs, but we hope that everyone will understand how critical all due to Harvard's community of scholars. New faculty will have opportunities to be welcomed by their department and their school. The Office of Faculty Development & Diversity offers the New Faculty Institute and other events to provide new faculty with opportunities to meet other faculty from across the University. This section provides an overview of the New Faculty Institute activities, and we look forward to meeting each new member of our academic community at this event, which takes place at each beginning of the academic year.

    New Faculty Institute 2010


    Introductory Remarks

    Faculty Panel #1

    Faculty Panel #2

      Introductions and remarks by Senior Vice Provost Judith D. Singer

    Welcome remarks from Provost Steven Hyman

    The theme for this year's faculty panels is: "Navigating Life as a Scholar at Harvard". Faculty members from across the university will share their unique insights and lessons learned as they have navigated their careers at Harvard.
      Faculty Panel #1

    Perspectives from Associate Professors: Establishing Your Reputation as a Scholar

    • Alan Aspuru-Guzik, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS
    • Maya Jasanoff, Associate Professor of History, FAS
    • Karestan Koenen, Associate Professor of Society, Human Development and Health, HSPH
      Faculty Panel #2

    Perspectives from Tenured Faculty: Navigating Your Professional Path as a Scholar

    • Sue Goldie, Roger Irving Lee Professor of Public Health
    • Scott Edwards, Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology and Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology
    • James Kloppenberg, Charles Warren Professor of American History

    The Institute is sponsored by the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Development & Diversity (