Dr. Margaret Sallee will discuss the factors contributing to burnout among higher education faculty and staff and offer individual and organizational solutions to counteract burnout and create environments where all employees can thrive.
In this hands-on workshop, participants will be able to paint their own kokeshi dolls with Takatoshi Hayashi. Hayashi-san is an artist building creative, powerful, and playful reimaginings of the kokeshi, a traditional wooden doll.
A presentation for new and junior faculty at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
This is part of a monthly series of workshops from the Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWG) at the University of Michigan, to promote faculty research.
We will be discussing why the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), the nation’s largest philanthropy dedicated solely to health, might be of interest to IRWG researchers. In this session, we will briefly introduce the priorities of RWJF and their current and forecasted funding opportunities.
Register to receive the Zoom link: https://myumi.ch/29b9Z
A presentation to ease confusion about funding and resources for new and junior faculty at U-M Ann Arbor
In this 90-minute online workshop, publishing consultant and developmental editor Laura Portwood-Stacer will guide participants through the often opaque world of scholarly book publishing, providing the clarity you need in order to approach publishers and pitch your book with confidence.
Workshop for mid-career faculty at U-M and MSU.
This two-part workshop will help you achieve your proposal writing goals by providing grant writing best practices, grant writing techniques, as well as some brief feedback on your proposal Specific Aims/Project Objectives.
Jocelyn will discuss the components of a book proposal, how to approach them, and how not being able to meet editors at conferences due to COVID-19 is changing the publishing landscape. She will also provide written feedback to everyone enrolled in the workshop on their drafts or meet individually with participants to talk about kick starting the process.
Enrollment is limited to 10 pre and post-tenure faculty members.