Faculty Workshops


October 26: Research Models at HPU across Campus and Best Practices in Student Mentorship.

Colleagues from across campus will talk about how they engage students in research and creative work and they will offer tips from which we will develop and share a list of best practices.  Please take an hour to support your colleagues, hear new ideas, and share your own models and tips. As faculty, we learn best from each other and this forum creates that opportunity. Afternoon tea will be served.

Our gracious speakers include:
Dr. Sundaram (Business)
Dr. Wright (Health Sciences)
Dr. Yanus (College of Arts and Sciences)
Dr. Fowler (College of Arts and Sciences)
Ms. Wheless (Art and Design)
Dr. Vess (Education)

Follow-up summary

November 30: Getting Started - Basic Issues

We will talk about how to get started mentoring scholarly or creative work:

how to recruit students,
how to communicate expectations;
how to monitor student process/progress,
how to keep students accountable.

This workshop is perfect for the faculty member who would like to try supervising students in the Spring or plan to recruit students in Spring for projects in the Fall. The hardest part is often getting started!  Let a research assistant help you get your research going!   Lunch will be provided and will start at 11:45am.

Handout: URCW Workshop on Getting started as a Mentor

February: Research Ethics, Integrity & Compliance
March: Technical tools for Student – Faculty Collaboration
April: Embedding Research in Coursework

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