Events

December 12, 2019, 12:30 -2:00pm, Integrative Learning Center, N400
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Building Your Mentoring Networks: Make Every Connection Count

Mentoring matters. In this interactive session, you will identify your professional goals, strengths, and skills that you want to develop; explore mentoring as a medium for helping you meet those goals; “map” your own mentoring networks—what they are and could be, drawing on a range of examples; and discuss best practices for seeking, developing, and cultivating a network of mentors.


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February
03

February 3, 2020, 12:30-2:00pm, Life Sciences Lab, S330-3340
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Building Equitable Collaboration Networks

While scientists conduct their work in collaborative teams both, locally, nationally, and globally, participation in teams is not necessarily diverse. In some disciplines where women and people of color are severely underrepresented, opportunities to collaboratively engage may experience additional challenges. This workshop builds on existing empirical work to address how academic faculty can more deliberately construct and meaningfully collaborate in ways that are more inclusive and equitable.


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February
07

February 7, 2020, 12:30-2:00pm, Life Sciences Lab, S330
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Faculty Mentoring: Best Practices

Faculty mentoring has evolved in a variety of ways – with mutual mentoring and team mentoring models gaining ground. This workshop introduces a variety of approaches to effective faculty mentoring programs, providing clear models that can be adopted to different departments and colleges on campus.


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February
14

February 14, 2020, 9:00 – 11:00am, Life Sciences Lab, S330
Registration Required

The Art of Collaboration (With Office of Faculty Development and ISSR)

Scholarly work and research have become increasingly collaborative. Effective teamwork and collaboration are essential for projects to succeed. In this workshop a panel of faculty members who have successfully engaged in collaborative research discuss various mechanisms for working in effective collaborative teams. This workshop is offered in collaboration with the Office of Faculty Development and the ISSR.


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