Developing an Application-ready Course Syllabus
Women in Academia: Strategies for Success: Wed, Sept 7, 12-1:30 pm, Old Main Silver & Sage Room, RSVP required
Research has documented how gender influences academic careers, including differences in service assignments, self-promotion, and access to leadership positions. This workshop will provide an overview of these research findings to help women in varied disciplines develop strategies to advance their careers. 93% of prior attendees who responded stated they’d recommend this workshop to colleagues.
Publish, Not Perish: Friday, Sept 9, 9:00-10:30 am, ILC 120, RSVP required
While most faculty struggle to publish enough, research on academic writing has found that small changes in work habits can lead to large gains in productivity, as well as make writing more enjoyable. Drawing from this research, this workshop focuses on strategies for increasing your scholarly output. In evaluations from previous years, 95% of respondents agreed that they benefited from this workshop.
Writing Diversity Statements
Surviving and Thriving in Graduate School
Developing your Teaching Statement
Jump Start Your Library Research: Strategies for Grad Student Success
Combatting Imposter Syndrome in Academia: Thurs, Sept 22, 12-1:30 pm, Old Main Silver & Sage Room, RSVP required
Imposter Syndrome is common among high achievers, and it occurs when people are unable to accept their successes and internalize their accomplishments. They often attribute their accomplishments to luck rather than to ability, and they fear that others will unmask them as a fraud or imposter. This interactive workshop will provide an overview of impostor syndrome and common thoughts among those with impostor syndrome, and examples of how impostor syndrome impacts careers. There will be opportunities for participants to reflect and identify their own impostor thoughts and how it may be impacting their careers. Strategies will be offered on how to overcome or address impostor thoughts, and participants can share strategies they have found helpful.
Moving into Leadership Positions, Mon, Sept 26, 12-1:00 pm, Harvill 204, RSVP required
A diverse panel of UA leaders will offer advice on attaining leadership positions, with ample time for questions.
- Lisa Ordóñez, Eller College Vice Dean, McClelland Professor of Management and Organizations, McClelland Professor of Marketing
- Javier Duran, Director of Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry, Professor of Spanish and Border Studies
- John Ehiri, Department Chair and Professor, Department of Health Promotion Sciences
Topic: Synthesize to Revise
Register at the following link: http://bit.ly/synthesize_to_revise
Description: In this graduate writing workshop for ABD students, we will explore ways to 1) synthesize advisor and other feedback with your own research and writing goals and 2) apply a variety of revision strategies in order to craft a complete and professional final dissertation draft.
Strategies for Presenting Your Teaching Portfolio Online
Stress Management in Graduate School