Learn how to use Scrivener for all your writing projects! In this virtual workshop held Oct. 29th, Maria Lane, a professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, demonstrates how she works with this tool. Documents related to the workshop include this helpful handout.
During a virtual workshop on October 25, 2021, panelists shared insights and skills related to science communication. Speakers included Frances Hayashida, director, LAII and professor of anthropology, Heather Himmelberger, director, Southwest Environmental Finance Center, and Irene Salinas, associate professor of biology. The panel was moderated by Anthony Salvagno, associate director of X Studio. […] Read More
In this virtual workshop held Oct. 18th, 2021, UNM colleagues learned how to set realistic goals, prioritize what’s really important, and establish a plan to get it all done. Watch this recap and leave with a strategic plan for the rest of the semester and a new way of thinking about how to stay on top of all your work. Speakers include Myrriah Gomez, an assistant professor in UNM’s Honors College, and Marygold Walsh-Dilley, an associate professor in Geography and Environmental Studies.
In this virtual workshop held Sept. 17th, Dr. Kristina Quynn, director of CSU Writes and Assistant Dean Graduate School at Colorado State University, gives tips on getting into good writing habits. Researchers know that writing is one of the most important career-building activities we do. And yet…we also know that the barriers to […] Read More
It’s been a long year with the COVID-19 pandemic and you might be finding it hard to cope. That’s OK, and you are not alone. In this workshop, Juliet Kinkade-Black and Donna Lucero from All Faiths Children’s Advocacy Center explain how stress and trauma impact us and our families — and what you can […] Read More
From our Women in Leadership series, hear from UNM alumna Maria Guy about the advice she is offering her clients during COVID-19. This session provides a refresher and new ideas. ADVANCE will partner with Maria again to offer a set of three leadership workshops for women faculty and leaders during Spring 2021. Limited to […] Read More
How do you get the significant done in the face of the urgent? Learn about a few different reality-based approaches to semester planning with an Advance at UNM presentation by Kersti Tyson, UNM associate professor of the College of Education and Tryphenia Peele-Eady, UNM associate professor, director of College of Education Multicultural Education Center.