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Found 20 resources. Search Type = simple; Search Text = New Faculty Welcome Lunch (exact string only = yes)
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Advice for New Faculty Teaching Undergraduate Science
In this article published in the Journal of Chemical Education, Sarah Keller and Andri Smith offer advice for new faculty teaching undergraduate science based on their experiences teaching undergraduate chemistry. Handout from the ADVANCE New Faculty Welcome Lunch.
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Sarah Keller and Andri Smith 2018
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Faculty Professional Development Opportunities
UW ADVANCE has compiled a list of faculty development opportunities. These include internal, external, and personal opportunities. Handout from the ADVANCE New Faculty Welcome Lunch.
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ADVANCE CIC 2018
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How to Talk to Your Department Chair
This one-page handout by Gary Reiness from Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL) includes tips on communicating with department leaders. Handout from the ADVANCE spring 2018 leadership workshop and the ADVANCE New Faculty Welcome Lunch.
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Gary Reiness 2018
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Motivate Your Lab: How to Run an Efficient and Creative Lab Without Micromanaging
In this article in Stanford University's Tomorrow's Professor Postings, Hannah Waters looks at some recent research on how best to keep laboratory teams motivated. Handout from the ADVANCE New Faculty Welcome Lunch.
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Hannah Waters 2018
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Multiple Mentors Map
UW ADVANCE has adapted the Multiple Mentors Map created by the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity. The map shows the multiple kinds of mentors you can have. These can include mentors for professional development, honest feedback, access to opportunities, and more. Handout from the ADVANCE New Faculty Welcome Lunch.
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ADVANCE CIC 2018
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One Way to Be a Better Mentor to Grad Students? Try an Advising Statement
In this article in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Vimal Patel recommends that professors create an advising statement, which clarifies advisers' expectations of their mentees. Handout from the ADVANCE New Faculty Welcome Lunch.
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Vimal Patel 2018
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Open Letter to 2010-11's First-Time Tenure-Track Professors
In this Chronicle of Higher Education article, Billie Hara asked professors the question: If you could offer one piece of advice to an incoming faculty member, what would it be? The answers are included in this Open Letter. Handout from the ADVANCE New Faculty Welcome Lunch.
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Billie Hara 2018
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Open Letter to 2010-11's Newly-Tenured Professors
In this Chronicle of Higher Education article, Nels Highberg offers advice to newly-tenured professors based on his own experience and the experiences of his peers. Handout from the ADVANCE New Faculty Welcome Lunch.
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Nels Highberg 2018
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Quick Starters
In this Stanford University Tomorrow's Professor Posting, Joann Moody reference's Robert Boice's "quick starters" and describes how new faculty can balance the functions of being a collaborative colleague, productive scholar, and effective teacher. Handout from the ADVANCE New Faculty Welcome Lunch.
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JoAnn Moody 2018 (also 2009, 2011, 2012)
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Stop Trying to Get Tenure and Start Trying to Enjoy Yourself
In this Inside Higher Ed article, Gary Lewandowski offers some advice to tenure-track professors. He recommends removing the idea of "getting tenure" from your daily thought process. Handout from the ADVANCE New Faculty Welcome Lunch.
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Gary Lewandowski 2018
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