Posts Tagged: professional development series

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4/12 – Grant Writing Workshop with Dr. Karen Kelsky

Join us for a four-hour grant writing workshop led by Karen Kelsky, nationally-known academic consultant who  blogs as “The Professor Is In.” Dr. Kelsky will offer tangible strategies for grant-writing, including how to think like the selection committee, how to

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4/12 – Grant Writing Workshop with Dr. Karen Kelsky

Join us for a four-hour grant writing workshop led by Karen Kelsky, nationally-known academic consultant who  blogs as “The Professor Is In.” Dr. Kelsky will offer tangible strategies for grant-writing, including how to think like the selection committee, how to

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Professional Development: Interviewing at a Teaching College via InsideHigherEd

John Fea offers advice on interviewing at a teaching college at InsideHigherEd.com.  Among his suggestions: There will be some interviews in which the members of a search committee do not even ask you about your research. Don’t be offended by

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Professional Development: Interviewing at a Teaching College via InsideHigherEd

John Fea offers advice on interviewing at a teaching college at InsideHigherEd.com.  Among his suggestions: There will be some interviews in which the members of a search committee do not even ask you about your research. Don’t be offended by

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Professional Development: Perspectives Forum on “The Future of the Discipline”

History Program doctoral candidate Paul Schweigert recommends the forum on “The Future of the Discipline” (guest edited by Lynn Hunt) in this month’s issue of the American Historical Association’s Perspectives magazine. The articles include: The Prospects of the Present By Lynn Hunt The

Subway 1 train Special

Professional Development: Perspectives Forum on “The Future of the Discipline”

History Program doctoral candidate Paul Schweigert recommends the forum on “The Future of the Discipline” (guest edited by Lynn Hunt) in this month’s issue of the American Historical Association’s Perspectives magazine. The articles include: The Prospects of the Present By Lynn Hunt The

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Professional Development: Tips for Phone Interviews from Lifehacker

Interviews for tenure-track faculty jobs usually take place at the American Historical Association meeting just after New Year’s, on the telephone, or on Skype.  A telephone interview can be nerve-wracking due to the complete lack of body language cues from

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Professional Development: Tips for Phone Interviews from Lifehacker

Interviews for tenure-track faculty jobs usually take place at the American Historical Association meeting just after New Year’s, on the telephone, or on Skype.  A telephone interview can be nerve-wracking due to the complete lack of body language cues from

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Professional Development: Blog Post about Impostor Syndrome on TPII

Dr. Karen Kelsky’s blog has a fantastic new guest post by Phyllis L. F. Rippeyoung, an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Ottawa, on the lasting feelings of being an impostor in academia.  She discusses her own feeling

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Professional Development: Blog Post about Impostor Syndrome on TPII

Dr. Karen Kelsky’s blog has a fantastic new guest post by Phyllis L. F. Rippeyoung, an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Ottawa, on the lasting feelings of being an impostor in academia.  She discusses her own feeling

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Professional Development: Brief Recap of the “How to Win Grants and Fellowships” Discussion

On Monday, December 3rd, Professor Timothy Alborn, Professor Dagmar Herzog, and Professor Michael Rawson shared their experiences and insights as both grant applicants and evaluators for a History Program professional development event entitled “How to Win Grants and Fellowships.”  I’ve written

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Professional Development: Brief Recap of the “How to Win Grants and Fellowships” Discussion

On Monday, December 3rd, Professor Timothy Alborn, Professor Dagmar Herzog, and Professor Michael Rawson shared their experiences and insights as both grant applicants and evaluators for a History Program professional development event entitled “How to Win Grants and Fellowships.”  I’ve written

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Professional Development: Feeling Like an Impostor in Graduate School and on the Job Market

Steven J. Corbett and Teagan E. Decker write about feeling like an impostor in graduate school and on the job market for a two-part series on InsideHigherEd.com.  According to researchers, Impostor Syndrome is most common among women and people from

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Professional Development: Feeling Like an Impostor in Graduate School and on the Job Market

Steven J. Corbett and Teagan E. Decker write about feeling like an impostor in graduate school and on the job market for a two-part series on InsideHigherEd.com.  According to researchers, Impostor Syndrome is most common among women and people from

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Professional Development: AHA Report on How Historians Earn Tenure

The American Historical Association released a report (available to AHA members) on how historians earn tenure.  In a piece examining the results of the study, Scott Jaschik writes for InsideHigherEd.com that research has become an important factor in tenure deliberations at

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Professional Development: AHA Report on How Historians Earn Tenure

The American Historical Association released a report (available to AHA members) on how historians earn tenure.  In a piece examining the results of the study, Scott Jaschik writes for InsideHigherEd.com that research has become an important factor in tenure deliberations at

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Professional Development: How to List “In Process” Scholarship

Nate Kreuter writes about “How to Handle ‘In Process’ Work” for InsideHigherEd.com.  In the piece he lays out the problem confronting newer scholars who wish to report important forthcoming work on a c.v.: Both graduate students entering the job market and

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Professional Development: How to List “In Process” Scholarship

Nate Kreuter writes about “How to Handle ‘In Process’ Work” for InsideHigherEd.com.  In the piece he lays out the problem confronting newer scholars who wish to report important forthcoming work on a c.v.: Both graduate students entering the job market and

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Assistance with Finding Grants and Fellowships

The Graduate Center offers assistance with finding grants and fellowships, as well as access to a number of databases for locating funding opportunities.  For information on funding search support the Graduate Center offers please see the overview of the Office

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Assistance with Finding Grants and Fellowships

The Graduate Center offers assistance with finding grants and fellowships, as well as access to a number of databases for locating funding opportunities.  For information on funding search support the Graduate Center offers please see the overview of the Office