October 16, 2017 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm | CETLS, Room S510D
Agenda for October 16th:
• Welcome and introductions
• Review the purpose of the FIG
• All participants give a 1-minute “elevator speech” regarding current projects or project-related items
• Call for requests for collaborators, reviewers, editors, etc.
• Plan future meetings
The goal of this FIG is to bring faculty from a variety of disciplines together to discuss, share, and collaborate on specific components of the research process from implementation to publication. The FIG connects researchers in order to facilitate collaborative, collegial feedback. The FIG meets regularly during the semester, allowing faculty to create connections and establish individualized follow-up as members see fit. In the end, members are part of an organic collaborative that provides timely support to one another as research is conducted and readied for publication. There will be multiple opportunities for peer mentoring, support, and possible collaboration.
For more information, please contact Patrick Flink (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tim Leonard (email@example.com).