Every Friday, 12:15 PM, MSB 2.006 (and occasionally 1.006) and WebEx
Social distancing guidelines in effect for in-person audiences. Modified room capacity of 45
***Unless otherwise noted below***
BCB Research Workshop seminars are intended primarily as a forum for BCB students to describe their research and develop their presentation skills. All BCB Program faculty, postdocs, and students are expected to participate in the weekly Research Workshops.
Presentations should cover one or more aspects of the speaker’s research. To leave time for questions and discussion, presentations should be timed to last no more than 45 min. Workshop presentations can serve as Advisory Committee progress report presentations or thesis defense presentations—just make sure arrangements are made for committee members to attend!
Assigned speakers should give Juan Hernandez, Senior Support Assistant, the title of the talk a week in advance for preparation of the announcement sheet.
For graduate student talks, three reviewers (two other students and a faculty moderator) are assigned to confer briefly with the speaker after the seminar. These discussion sessions are intended as constructive feedback on areas where the presentation was effective and on areas where changes might improve future presentations. Reviewers thus are encouraged to stay awake and take notes during the presentation! Reviewer worksheets are collected by the faculty moderator after the discussion session, but are not used for grading of student presentations.
Please note that it’s the responsibility of the First Reviewer to give a brief introduction for graduate student speakers. Please contact the speaker in advance to get their cv to prepare the introduction.
If a scheduling conflict arises, the assigned speaker (or reviewer) is responsible for arranging a substitute.