Wednesday, 02 Mar 2016
"Finding Foundation Funding and What to do Once You've Found a Match." Learn how to strategically search for foundation funding using the Foundation Directory Online and other sources. This session will inform you about the next steps to take once a match is found, as well as the university resources available to you to assist with completion of your submission.
Thursday, 03 Mar 2016
This session, relevant to faculty in all disciplines and ranks, is designed to provide an in-depth look at resources to document and improve your scholarly impact. Attendees will learn how to: Create citation reports in Web of Science; view author and citation reports in Scopus; set up a Google Scholar Citations Profile; find their h-index in each of these databases; and create an ORCiD profile. This workshop will be led by Lorrie Pellack, Asso
Friday, 04 Mar 2016
Lost the references you need for your research paper/ Thesis and dissertation citations becoming unmanageable? This workshop for beginners introduces EndNote Web, a free bibliographic management program that helps you collect, organize, format and use your collected citations in your writing projects. Learn how to get started with EndNote Web! Seating is limited. Preregistration is required.
Monday, 07 Mar 2016
This panel workshop will provide attendees with tools and tips on applying for foundation awards and managing those awards. Panelists include current and previous foundation award winners as well as a representative from the ISU Foundation.
Tuesday, 08 Mar 2016
Workshop for faculty who mentor graduate students led by William Graves, Associate Dean of the Graduate School with a panel.
Joyce Lash, human sciences specialist, ISU Extension and Outreach, will offer resources families can use to meet the needs of the care receiver, and also tips on how to prevent undo financial burdens on family members who agree to provide care. No registration is required.
Thursday, 10 Mar 2016
In this live webinar you'll learn: oThe three biggest myths about writing that hobble new faculty productivity oThe surprising difference between struggling new faculty members and those who are designated as "rising stars" oThe 30-minute strategy that will increase your writing productivity AND decrease your stress, anxiety and guilt oAnd much more...
Tuesday, 22 Mar 2016
ISU Extension and Outreach is sponsoring this six-part series to help caregivers of adults with chronic conditions learn how to reduce stress, improve self-confidence, better communicate their feelings, balance their lives, make tough decisions and locate helpful resources.
Wednesday, 23 Mar 2016
This workshop will discuss real-word strategies for time management in an academic career in veterinary medicine, along with activities designed to help participants personalize strategies for their situation.
Are you interested in expanding your teaching materials? Dissatisfied with the current information/quality of the textbook you've been using in your classroom? Are you concerned about the cost/usability of your textbook for your students? Librarians Emma Molls and Kelly Thompson introduce Open Educational Resources in this seminar that will help you build an online alternate to traditional textbooks for your classroom.
How should junior academics plan to walk the difficult tightrope between participating ethically in public social media spaces, and simultaneous passing through the difficult challenges of the tenure track? In this webinar, Adeline Koh, PhD will analyze the landscape of public academic spaces through social media, the necessity of participating in these spaces, and caveats and strategies to keep in mind.
Tuesday, 29 Mar 2016
Recent CAREER Grant awardees will talk about their experiences in developing their proposals, including their plans for the broader impacts, evaluation, and other requirements of this program. The speakers will provide some tips and recommendations, and participants will have time to ask questions.