For graduate students. Re-entry to Harvard after field work can be disorienting and challenging. This workshop provides a space for reflection on your time away and on the experience of field work, while also taking stock of your re-acculturation to Harvard and your plans for going forward with your dissertation research.
If you need special accommodations, please contact the BSC at least two weeks prior to a workshop.
Explore cognitive processes of bilingualism and strategies for reading, writing, and public speaking/presentation in academic settings. Includes an introduction to techniques and approaches to enhance the learning experience for bilingual students at Harvard.
In addition to this workshop, check out the weekly Bilingualism Group where students share their journey of bilingualism at Harvard.
Are you curious about becoming a BSC Peer Tutor? Drop in for pizza and dessert to find out more about registering to become a BSC Peer Tutor for Fall 2016.
BSC Peer Tutors earn $18/hour, one of the highest wages on campus!* You may tutor for any course in which you have received an A- or better (or by instructor recommendation). Your course grade already qualifies you to tutor! This is a great way to help out other students, consolidate your understanding of the material, and build your resume.