Rutgers Faculty Development

Announcements- SPRING 2019

GET INVOLVED!

As the Fall semester wraps up and the Spring semester fast approaches, we wanted to give you plenty of time to plan ahead in order to take advantage of the many upcoming opportunities we offer to support faculty in increasing scholarly productivity, creating new connections and developing mentoring networks.


We hope to see you soon at one of our events!


Visit our website to learn about all of our programs and events.

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SPRING 2019 FACULTY WRITING RETREATS!

REGISTER NOW AND COMPLETE YOUR WRITING PROJECTS!


Retreats provide all faculty:


-Dedicated space and uninterrupted time to write

-A multidisciplinary community of writers
-Optional one-on-one writing feedback sessions (please bring a prepared draft)
-Food and yoga sessions as sustenance


All Writing Retreats are "open” each day from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. and you're free to come and stay as long or little as you like. The entire time is allocated for you to work on your writing projects – individually or collaboratively.


Locations/Dates:


Newark- Monday, January 14 - Tuesday, January 15

Camden - Tuesday, January 15 - Wednesday, January 16
New Brunswick - Monday, March 18 - Tuesday, March 19


ATTEND ALL 3!!

SPRING 2019 FACULTY NETWORKING RECEPTIONS!

JOIN US!


The Office of the Senior VP for Academic Affairs is once again hosting faculty networking opportunities on three campuses this Spring semester. Last year, over 120 faculty and postdocs attended networking receptions where they had the opportunity to connect with colleagues, discuss common research interests and simply enjoy informal discussions on a variety of topics. These social opportunities foster comradarie and may spark meaningful collaborations among faculty from across the university.


We invite you to attend one or all of our upcoming receptions during the Spring 2019 semester.


New Brunswick

February 19, 2019 | 3-5pm

New Brunswick Theological Seminary


Camden

February 21, 2019 | 2-4pm

Executive Meeting Room, Camden Campus Center


Newark

February 26, 2019 | 3-5pm

Rosemary Gellene Room, Medical Science Building


*Coffee and dessert provided

JOIN A COMMON INTEREST GROUP

Common Interest Groups are faculty who come together based on common research interests or common experience. Have an idea for another Common Interest Group? We can assist you in getting it started.


Contact Beth Tracy

DO YOU NEED ACCOUNTABILITY TO COMPLETE YOUR WRITING PROJECTS?

JOIN A WRITING ACCOUNTABILITY GROUP!


Some faculty want to share space with other writers while others prefer virtual connections to achieve accountability, productivity, and support.


Check out the variety of WAGs on each campus as well as virtual groups to see if there is one that meets your needs.


Prefer to start your own WAG? Contact Beth Tracy

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WHICH FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

With peer and senior mentoring, one-on-one coaching and career development workshops, our programs offer support for every stage of your career.

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