All events are from 12:00 P.M. to 1:00 P.M. in the Michael F. Sorrell Center, Room 2010 on the UNMC Campus. UNO faculty are invited to join each event.
February 20 - "Increasing Your Productivity with Manuscript Clusters"
Finding the time for scholarship can be difficulty, particularly when so many other items take precedence. Luckily, the responsibility doesn't need to fall solely on your shoulders. Discover how to establish a faculty manuscript-writing cluster to help increase your publications and grant submissions.
March 15 - "Mentoring for Rank Advancement"
Preparing yourself and other faculty for rank advancement and pursuit of tenure is no small task. Learn insider tips and tricks to help you navigate the P&T process and achieve success.
April 11 - "Becoming a Better Mentor"
Being an effective mentor is much more difficult than people think. Learn the steps you can take to improve your skills so the experience is better for both you and your mentee.
May 17 - "Key Components for Mentoring for Clinical & Behavioral Research
Mentoring is no small task — and mentoring scholars working in the diverse areas of clinical and behavioral research comes with its unique circumstances and challenges. Discover ways to help align expectations, assess understanding, address equity and inclusion, foster independence, and more.
For more info on each event, please visit the Save the Date calendar page.
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