Faculty Workshop to Coordinate Teaching and Writing
WORKSHOP: Establishing and Re-establishing Effective Writing Habits as a New(er) Faculty Member
Wednesday, Jul 28, 2021 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Workshop Description: New faculty orientation programs typically focus on teaching and acclimating incoming faculty to new positions. Yet scholarly productivity is often a key indicator of success in academia and new faculty rarely receive training in establishing scholarly productivity systems that contribute a strategic pipeline of presentation, publication, and promotion. Existing strategies don't call on research from writing studies and are often grounded in quick tips that rarely affect growth as a writer.
In this three hour Zoom workshop, doctoral students, new faculty members both on and off the tenure track, and faculty at any career stage wishing to reset writing habits will learn a variety of systems for setting up long-term scholarly writing success. The workshop is lively and interactive, and participants will receive several templates and tools that can be personalized to a variety of working environments at community colleges, liberal arts colleges, comprehensive universities, and research intensive institutions.
Cost is $54.67 for workshop, tools, and templates. Space is limited and this is a great way to kick off a new academic year and set writing goals in a context that takes advantage of expertise in writing studies.
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If you have any questions please email Prof. Christine Tulley at firstname.lastname@example.org