To whet your appetite, here are a few of the offerings from some of the administrative areas:
MIT Human Resources (HR)
Manager?s Medley ? IAP Workshops for Managers
Who: Scott Rolph, Organization Development Consultant, HR
When: January 8 ? January 28, 2016 (see schedule to sign up for specific topics)
Where: E19-306, E19-603
Enrollment: Limited, advance sign-up required
Calling all MIT managers. Start the new year off right: sharpen your managerial knowledge and skills by taking an MIT management workshop. Offered during IAP by MIT Human Resources, the Manager?s Medley includes workshops aimed at helping you grow and advance your capabilities as a manager.
For a full list of additional classes offered by HR, visit the IAP website.
Environment, Health & Safety Office (EHS)
Green Lab Makeover Contest
Who: Pamela Greenley, Associate Director, EHS; Randa Pierre Ghattas, Project Manager, Office of Sustainability; Niamh Kelly, EMP Officer, EHS; Jennifer Lynn, Senior EHS Coordinator, Koch Institute; Brian Smith, EHS Coordinator, Chemical Engineering
When: Thursday, January 14, 2016, noon ? 1:00 p.m. (66-319)
Thursday, January 21, 2016, noon ? 1:00 p.m. (76-659)
Thursday, January 28, 20167, noon ? 1:00 p.m. (76-659)
Enrollment: Unlimited, no advance sign-up required
Sponsors(s): Environmental, Health and Safety Office; MIT Medical
MIT would like to start a green labs certification process but we need your help to get started. We will be holding a contest to see who can green their lab the most and in innovative ways. Come to an IAP session to learn about green lab certification and the contest.
Don't have a lab but want to participate? Come anyway, we might be able to find you a partner.
For a full list of additional classes offered by EHS, visit the IAP website.
Information Systems & Technology (IS&T)
You Can't Spell API without IAP ? An Exploration of MIT?s many APIs
Who: Iana Vitkova, Development Operations Engineer
When: Tuesday, January 6, 2016, 1:00 ? 2:30 p.m.
Enrollment: Limited enrollment, advance sign-up required. Sign up by January 1, 2016.
APIs are everywhere these days, powering your favorite websites and mobile applications. APIs are great for integrating and updating data in a more streamlined way and can be made relatively easily with the right resources. While using an API may seem like a daunting task, it can be as simple as visiting a website.
Reserve your spot!
For a full list of additional classes offered by IS&T, visit the IAP website.