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Tuesday, November 9 • 4:45pm - 5:45pm
Encapsulating and (re)inventing your scholarly agenda: The "Personal Intellectual Project"

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In the spirit of "holistic educational development" (Sutherland, 2018), where developers support faculty in all aspects of their roles, this workshop-in-a-box addresses research conundrums many faculty face: How do I encapsulate my research for disciplinary outsiders? How do I choose new projects wisely?

You'll engage in a three-step process involving exploration and dialogue to capture your own "Personal Intellectual Project" (Boden, Epstein, & Kenway, 2005) - the big-picture overview of your research.

A staple for seven years at Seattle University, this researcher-development session is easily adapted to different institutions and faculty groups. 

 Please bring an up-to-date CV.

NOTE: The slides for this session will be uploaded afterwards for you to use at your own institution. All materials are CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0

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David Green

Director, Center for Faculty Development and Clinical Professor of International Studies, Seattle University

Tuesday November 9, 2021 4:45pm - 5:45pm EST