Welcome back! I’m happy to announce an upcoming seminar on the Denver campus. This seminar will focus on how to best package yourself, whether you are presenting your case for tenure or you are showing how you’re the best person or team to carry out research in a grant application. We will host a panel of seasoned faculty who have both navigated this “positioning” process themselves, as well as worked with newer faculty to do the same. We will provide lunch and resources for you. Please register quickly as space is limited.
Denver: Positioning Your Work and Yourself
February 10, 2016, 1:00 – 3:00 pm (Refreshments served)
Faculty Guest Panel:
Bob Damrauer, Professor of Chemistry, Associate Vice Chancellor for Research, & Special Assistant to the Provost
Donna Sobel, Associate Professor Emerita, School of Education & Human Development
Kat Vlahos, Professor of Architecture & Director, Center of Preservation Research
Description: Certainly, your research career path and development makes sense to you. But how do you tell the story of your work to others, including grant reviewers and those assessing your work for tenure decisions. Join us for this seminar where you will hear from a panel of diverse faculty members who have great experience in working with faculty to form their research story, as well as having done it themselves.
QUESTIONS? PLEASE CONTACT:
Naomi Nishi, Associate Director for Educational Outreach
Office of Research Development and Education (ORDE)
University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus
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