Brown Bag Luncheon with Graduate Students
Becoming A Faculty Member- A Brown Bag Lunch Series for Arts and Sciences Graduate Students
What does it take to make the leap from being a graduate student to advancing to full professorship? Dartmouth junior and senior faculty members share with graduate students their successful (and not so successful) experiences on navigating the expectations and responsibilities of faculty members. Location: 302 Moore
Arts and Sciences Graduate students must sign-up and be able to attend ALL FIVE sessions. Please sign-up by by emailing your dept, advisor, and year as graduate student (i.e. third year) to Kerry Landers by Friday, Jan. 14, 2005. Limited Enrollment!
- January 28 @ 12 noon, Grant Writing - Andy Friedland, Professor and Chair of Environmental Studies and co-author of "Writing Successful Science Proposals" explains the essential elements of a science proposal.
- February 4 @ 12 noon, Teaching Undergraduates - Tom Luxon, Associate Professor of English and Director of Dartmouth Center for Advancement of Learning (DCAL) and John Winn, Professor of Chemistry share their strategies to help make your classroom teaching more effective and enjoyable. NOTE: Lunch will be provided by DCAL.
- February 11 @ 12 noon, Lab Management - Charlie Barlowe, Professor of Biochemistry and Dean of Graduate Studies and Jon Kull, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Dartmouth alum address what you need to know to manage a laboratory.
- February 18 @ 12 noon, Mentoring/Advising - Joyce DeLeo, Professor of Anesthesiology and winner of the Graduate Mentoring award shares her approaches to mentoring graduate and undergraduate students in her lab.
- March 4 @ 12 noon, Scholarship/Publishing - Howard Hughes, Professor of Psychological and Brian Sciences has had both acceptances and rejections in publishing journal articles and textbooks. In this session Professor Hughes discusses writing for journals and textbooks and he highlights the differences in writing for an academic audience versus an undergraduate audience.
Sponsored by the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning (DCAL) and the Graduate Studies Office.