Our fall 2019 schedule is here! Our lineup includes workshops on addressing broader impacts, stress management and strengthening your research proposals, among others. The popular Lightning Lounge discussions about faculty research also will be back.
As we dive into 2019, know that you’re not alone! We have multiple workshops on helping you plan out your semester, plan your research, and more. Check out our flier below, or head to our calendar to see more events in the Spring 2019 semester.
We’re excited to share our lineup of fall events with you! We’ll have workshops for new associate professors, a series on being successful with your research and a variety of writing-related opportunities. See our schedule here and check out our calendar for the latest information.
Make progress on a writing project before the summer ends! Join ADVANCE at UNM Director Julia Fulghum and Assistant Professor Lindsay Smith in a 2 Week Online Writing Challenge! Lindsay and Julia are both committing to write for a set amount of time every day for 14 days, starting August 1. Get the details here. […] Read More
It can be tough when you have what seem like hundreds of demands for your time. Our recent panel looked and how and when it’s OK to say no. See the slides below from Dr. Julia Fulghum, director of Advance at UNM, and click above to hear the entire presentation from her and Dr. Mark […] Read More
Did you know we’ve got time carved out each week in our workspace just for quiet writing? If you need a break from your office environment, or just want a change of pace (and free coffee) come check out our offices in the Communication and Journalism building. Our fall sessions are Tuesdays from 2 to […] Read More
Make sure your NSF proposal is succinct and to the point. Be sure it tells reviewers why you are the best person to do the research you are proposing. And ask to serve on review panels to get a sense of how the process works. Those were some of the tips that a trio of […] Read More
A national authority on sexual violence says the UNM community can take 10 steps to best help survivors of assault and harassment on campus. Dr. Jennifer Freyd, a psychology professor at the University of Oregon spoke at UNM Feb. 6 as the keynote speaker of the Campus Sexual Violence: Research and Response seminar sponsored by […] Read More