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Grants Exposed! Faculty Showcase




When

Thursday, October 5, 2017
3:30pm - 5:00pm

Where

WAL - Wallace (05),
2nd Floor, Outside Cary

Event Contact

Anne Canale

Presenters

Anne Marie Canale

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All faculty are invited to the 3rd Annual Faculty Grants Showcase of examples highlighting grant-funded projects and kick off for this year’s grants. Faculty will learn more about the grants available from the Office of the Provost/Faculty Career Development. Drop in for a few minutes or stay the whole time!  Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

PRESENTERS (in order of appearance):
Caroline DeLong, PhD, Associate Professor, CLA, Psychology - Faculty Mentoring Grant
Kristin Kant-Byers, PhD, Adjunct Professor, CLA, Sociology and Anthropology - Professional Development Grant
Yasmine El-Glaly, PhD, Lecturer, GCCIS, Software Engineering - Professional Development Grant
John-David Rocha, PhD, Assistant Professor, COS, School of Mathematical Sciences - Faculty Mentoring Grant
Heidi Nickisher, PhD, Principal Lecturer, CIAS, School of Art - Professional Development Grant

Feedback from attendees on past Showcases:

  • Great to connect with colleagues across campus in other disciplines
  • Great networking event, in the past 2 years it has allowed me to meet new faculty, see how others are approaching mentoring, and always gets me thinking of ways to collaborate outside my college.
  • Excellent event to make us aware of what others are doing. Many new faculty were there and it allows them to ease their apprehension by seeing successes.
  • Nice to know what the faculty are doing with the grants to support their scholarship and teaching activities. This serves as an inspiration for me to do the same in the future.
For more information on the grants programs: http://bit.ly/GrantOverview

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Hosted by Faculty Career Development/The Wallace Center as one of our Faculty Success Series events.