Lunch and Learn Workshops

October 6: Research Meet and Greet

Members spend most of their time with other scholars in own their Schools, but interesting and rewarding connections are often made across disciplines.  Using a fun, "speed dating" format, this session offers scholars and their partners the opportunity to make connections with individuals from across the Institute community.  

Dilworth Room, Simons Hall 12-2:00 p.m.
Suggested Audience: IAS Members and Visitors and partners/spouses
Lunch will be provided. "We are no longer accepting new registrations for the October 6, Lunch and Learn Workshop.  
To register for other workshop dates, please visit: https://www.ias.edu/lunch-and-learn-workshops

October 20: Making the Most of Your IAS Appointment

Coach and Speaker Rena Seltzer helps Faculty and Staff at numerous universities (including Princeton and Yale) to tackle issues related to work-life balance and time management.  In this workshop, Rena will present a program specifically tailored to help Members make the most of their Institute appointments, whether that means finishing a book project, networking with peers, branching out into new areas of research, or something else.  

The workshop will also include participation by former Members, who can share their perspectives and advice about how to use your time at the Institute to your advantage.

Dilworth Room, Simons Hall 12-2:30 p.m.
Suggested Audience: Current and former IAS Members and Visitors
Lunch will be provided. To register click HERE.

November 17: AAUW Work Smart Workshop

Registration for this workshop has closed.

Whether you're job hunting or looking to earn more in your current position, an understanding of your value in the workplace, coupled with solid negotiating skills, are key to getting the compensation you deserve.  Open to male and female scholars, this American Association of University Women workshop will help you develop the knowledge and skills needed to negotiate for fair pay and benefits.

Dilworth Room, Simons Hall 12-2:00 p.m.
Suggested Audience: IAS Members and Visitors and partners/spouses
Workshop materials and lunch will be provided.

December 1: Research Meet and Greet

Members spend most of their time with other scholars in own their Schools, but interesting and rewarding connections are often made across disciplines.  Using a fun, "speed dating" format, this session offers scholars and their partners the opportunity to make connections with individuals from across the Institute community.  Whether you've just arrived on campus, or have been in residence for an extended period already, all are welcome to attend.

Dilworth Room, Simons Hall 12-1:30 p.m.
Suggested Audience: IAS Members and Visitors
Lunch will be provided. To register click HERE.

January 19: Research Meet and Greet

Members spend most of their time with other scholars in own their Schools, but interesting and rewarding connections are often made across disciplines.  Using a fun, "speed dating" format, this session offers scholars and their partners the opportunity to make connections with individuals from across the Institute community.  Whether you've just arrived on campus, or have been in residence for an extended period already, all are welcome to attend.

Dilworth Room, Simons Hall 12-1:30 p.m.
Suggested Audience: IAS Members and Visitors
Lunch will be provided.

March 16: How to Write an Op-Ed

Have you ever wanted to turn your research and opinions into an Op-Ed but weren't sure how to go about it?  Presented by Thaler Pekar & Partners, this 90-minute program will walk participants through the process of refining academic research into op-ed-ready narrative and identifying publication venues.  Participant materials provided.

Dilworth Room, Simons Hall 12-2:00 p.m.
Suggested Audience: Current and former IAS Members and Visitors and partners/spouses (Remote participation in this program is possible.  Please contact Linda Cooper for more information.)
Lunch will be provided. To register click HERE.

To join the workshop remotely, click HERE.

April 13: Staying Connected to IAS

The end of your IAS appointment shouldn't mean the end of your connection to the Institute community.  Join us to learn from the AMIAS Board of Trustees about the many ways you can stay connected to IAS no matter where life takes you next.  

Dilworth Room, Simons Hall 12-1:30 p.m.
Suggested Audience: IAS Members and Visitors
Lunch will be provided. To register click HERE.

April 27: Canceled due to a scheduling conflict