Academic Faculty Writing Workshop
Leveraging Your Experience: Write More, Publish More, Stress Less
Faculty grapple with trying to squeeze writing and publishing into their already full calendars. Some lack knowledge of, or skills to identify the hidden structures of academic writing that are key to increasing publication acceptance rate. Others face the blank page not knowing where to begin. Most seek to improve in isolation.
This session is designed to give participants an opportunity to practice a powerful set of research-based strategies. You will use powerful tools to boost your productivity including text-structure analysis, templates for making an academic argument, and methods for creating small faculty writing groups that can improve your writing accountability as well as your journal article production.
Workshop Presenter: Dannelle D. Stevens, Ph.D.
Dr. Dannelle D. Stevens is a professor of curriculum and instruction at Portland State University. In her role as faculty-in-residence in the office of academic innovation, she has created the Jumpstart Academic Writing Program involving over 60 faculty practicing and publishing academic writing. She is the co-author of three books, all framed around different ways to assist faculty in their complex roles as scholars, authors, teachers, and community members.
This event is free and open to faculty and staff.
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Breakfast will be provided.
The Faculty Mentoring Program will host this workshop sponsored by the Text and Academic Authors Association (TAA).
As a workshop host institution, UNLV receives a one-year Institutional Membership to TAA, a non-profit, interdisciplinary organization dedicated to helping text and academic authors thrive. Our Institutional Membership covers the membership dues for up to 100 faculty members to join TAA. Faculty members do not have to attend the workshop to receive the TAA membership.
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