Professional Development Workshops
Join us for a wide-ranging series of professional development workshops, nearly every week this summer! (No sessions on Boot Camp weeks.) You name it, I've probably got it! (PSST: All these sessions except Welcome to Your PhD are available delivered just for your school or group!) Clicking the workshop name takes you to the description page and the registration link. Most workshops are just $10, and Welcome to Your PhD is free!
|From To Do to Done||Fri, May 6. 1:30 PM ET|
|First Time Author: Journal Articles||Thurs, May 12, 2 PM ET|
|First Time Author: Scholarly Books||Fri, May 13, 2:30 PM ET|
|Outlining for Academics||Fri, Jun 3. 1:30 PM ET|
|What Shape is Your Dissertation? (or Book)||Thurs, Jun 9, 1:30 PM ET|
|Me, You, and the Lit Review||Fri, Jun 24, 1:30 PM ET|
|Word for Dissertations and Books||Fri, Jun 30, 1:30 PM ET|
|Self-Editing for Academics||Fri, Jul 8, 2 PM ET|
|Networking for Academics||Thurs, Jul 21, 1:30 PM ET|
|Navigating the US Academic Landscape||Thurs, Jul 28, 1:30 PM ET|
|Welcome to Your PhD Program!||Fri, Aug 19, 2 PM ET|
Advanced Academic Writing
This 10-week course begins with five weeks of grammar and other fundamentals, then continues to five weeks
tone, framing, and other critical skills. This course accommodates faculty, postdocs, and final-year
We will operate via a combination of Zoom sessions and a Google Classroom environment. You should expect 1
week of 'classroom' time and roughly 1 hr to complete outside practice activities most weeks.
Please select Pay in Person; invoices will be issued and zoom link sent after course meets minimum enrollment.
Summer session begins May 12 at 9 AM US Eastern time on Thursdays. It may have a skipped week in early August; TBD once course fills.
Session dates: May 12,2022 - Aug 11,2022
(takes place every week)
Course times: Thursdays 9AM - 10AM (EST)
Join us in the Methods Cafe for casual, non-technical introductions to many of today's hottest research techniques. Spanning both qualitative and quantitative methods, presenters will provide a general overview of their technique, its ideal uses, and some plusses and minuses for potential users to think about. Sessions are Tuesdays at 3-4 PM and Fridays at 12 noon Eastern time starting May 20. Click here for more details, the presenter schedule, and a link to add the series to your virtual calendar.