Workshops cover topics including BioHPC Lab, Linux, RNA-Seq data analysis, transcriptome assembly, variant calling, gene function annotation, genome assembly, and ChIP-Seq analysis.
The Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit offers workshops emphasize application of statistical methods, rather than statistical theory. Workshop topics include statistical analysis with R, logistic regression. linear regression, and mutilevel modeling.
Learn about new teaching strategies and high impact practices as well as techniques for classroom management and assessment,
Introduction to use of Bloomberg, Endnote, Mendeley, Zotero. Workshops are also offered on data management, documentation, and publishing
Introduction to Matlab, Python, Atlas.ti, R, SAS, SPSS, Stata and others
Technical training in Drupal, Sharepoint, OneNote, Illustrator, Photoshop, Adobe, Dreamweaver and others (note that many of these are fee-based)
Professional development events throughout the year to gain skills useful in a faculty career. Networking Lunches are designed to increase opportunities for collaboration and interdisciplinary networking among women faculty in the physical sciences, life sciences, social sciences and engineering.