Advance postpones spring workshops

Hi everyone, 

We hope this finds you ok during these unsettling moments.

If you need us while UNM has limited operations through April 5th, we’re still here to help. If you’d like to have a phone call or virtual meeting, you can request it by emailing us directly, emailing advance@unm.edu or through drop us a line. If you have questions or concerns about how COVID-19 closures are impacting you or your students and want to ask them anonymously, you can do so here. We’ll post answers to questions of general interest as quickly as we can.

You can also get updates from UNM, the City of Albuquerque, and the New Mexico Department of Health.

Meanwhile, you should know that we’ve made changes to our workshop schedule as well. Our events through April are either postponed or will take place online, and are listed below. If you’ve registered, you’ll receive an email through our EventBrite system or through the advance@unm.edu email address. 

Also, we’re moving the  submission deadline for Women in STEM proposals from April 6th to April 20th. Please contact us if you have questions.  

Teaching online for the first time? Be sure to see our compilation of helpful resources. (We also included things for children to do online while schools are closed.)

Don’t hesitate to contact us. Take care!

Julia and the ADVANCE Team

 

Changes to the ADVANCE Workshop Schedule

This list will be updated as the situation evolves. 

March 26: Collaborative Teams – postponed until fall.

March 27: Maria Guy Leadership workshop #5 – This workshop is postponed until  April 17th, noon – 2 p.m. and will be delivered by Zoom.  Register here.

April 1: New Faculty workshop – We are postponing the workshop on Managing Community and Service Expectations. If you are a new faculty member and have questions or concerns you are hesitant to ask within your Department, please email Julia (jfulghum@unm.edu), advance@unm.edu, Bill Stanley (apfaculty@unm.edu) or send it anonymously to drop us a line

April 4: P&T Dossier Preparation – We will postpone this. Julia will record narration for the key PowerPoint presentation and we will post it and notify faculty when it is available. Currently Julia and the Associate Provost for Faculty Success Bill Stanley are planning several Zoom sessions for discussion and questions on mid-promotion, P&T, and promotion to professor. Tentatively, these sessions will be noon -1:00 and 2:30-3:30 on April 24th. 

April 10: Collaboration with Sandia Lab Scientists – This workshop will take place on Zoom. Register here for the Zoom meeting link. If you’ve already registered, we will send you a link.

April 15: Lightning Lounge – Likely to be postponed until the fall

April 17: Maria Guy Leadership Workshop # 5:  This will be a Zoom workshop, noon – 2 pm, postponed from March 27th. Register here for the Zoom meeting link. If you’ve already registered, we will send you a link.

April 24: Book Panel – This panel is meant to be a follow-on to the Koritha Mitchell workshop on Writing Your First Scholarly Book. It will be postponed to the Fall, to follow the rescheduled Mitchell workshop. 

May 1st: Maria Guy Leadership Workshop # 6: The workshop will be noon – 2pm on Zoom. Register here for the Zoom meeting link. If you’ve already registered, we will send you a link.