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Writing Teaching and Research Statements

Writing Teaching and Research Statements

Get a leg up on preparing for promotion with this workshop on February 25.

Writing Teaching and Research Statements


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February


Thursday, February 25
589 Lucas Hall
2:00 - 4:00 PM
Faculty Colloquia: Writing Teaching and Research Statements
Begin working on documents for third year, promotion, tenure review, and award nominations. Learn to craft these statements with structure, guidance, resources, and examples provided by faculty colleagues. Laptops helpful, but not essential.

March


Tuesday, March 1
589 Lucas Hall
10 AM - Noon
Peer Academic Leaders Seminar (PALS): Rules and Regulations for Undergraduate Students
PALS is a Campus Rules & Regulations Orientation. Any student employed as a peer tutor, advisor, undergraduate tutor, SI Leader, lab tutor or assistant, peer academic leader or mentor at UMSL needs this important training.
Tuesday, March 15
589 Lucas Hall
1 - 2:30 PM
Faculty Colloquia: Preparing the Faculty Record
You plan to submit your papers for review, but what goes into the all-important Factual Record? How do you work with your ad personam committee? What’s a dossier? Whether you will be reviewed for promotion or promotion with tenure, bring your questions and ideas to this informal session. Guidance and coffee will be served.

April


Tuesday, April 5
589 Lucas Hall
1:00-2:30 PM
Faculty Colloquia: UMSL’s Tenure/Promotion Procedures and Guidelines for Preparing Dossiers: Guidance from the Senate Committees for Chairs of Departments and Ad Personam Committees
Members of the Senate ATP and NTT Promotion Committees clarify areas of the UMSL Tenure and Promotion Procedures that are often misinterpreted, and offer wisdom about preparing dossiers that provide committee members with the information they need, in a format they can easily grasp. This colloquium focuses on reviewing the procedures that kick into action after candidates file their initial factual record, alerting responsible faculty to frequently-made mistakes, and providing hints about what committee members look for in a dossier. Co-sponsor: Faculty Senate.

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