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Guest Expert Workshop: Publishing Tips for Mid-Career Scholars
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10/22/2012
When: 10/22/2012
4:00 PM ET
Where: Tele-Workshop
Contact: Jamillah Watkins


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Publishing Tips for Mid-Career Scholars
 
Facilitator: Rich Furman

 
Too often, Associate Professors feel that there is nobody attending to their needs, and wind up feeling not only stuck, but without a place to turn to for help. Feeling thwarted and blocked at the Associate Professor level can be a demoralizing experience for many faculty. This workshop focuses on writing and publishing tips for Associate Professors who want to move towards Full Professor and/or jump start their scholarship.

Goals for the workshop include:

  • Understand the use of freewriting and brainstorming tools to generate ideas
  • Identify psychosocial barriers that inhibit mid-career scholar's writing
  • Learn new collaboration tips for mid-career scholars
  • Develop strategies for creating a publication agenda that moves you toward promotion
  • Clarify advanced journal analysis tips 

 

About Rich:

Rich Furman, MSW, PhD, is Professor of Social Work at the University of Washington-Tacoma (UWT).  He is an adjunct professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Washington-Seattle.  He is also affiliated with the Ethnic, Gender, and Labor Studies program at UWT.  He is the 2011 recipient of the University of Washington-Tacoma Distinguished Research Award.  Rich has published over 100 scholarly articles and 10 books.  His most recent books are Social Work Practice with Men at Risk, Transnational Social Work Practice, Social Work Practice with Latinos:  Key Issues and Emerging Themes, An Experimental Approach to Group Work, and Navigating Human Service Organizations. His book, Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles, has helped hundreds of faculty increase their scholarly productivity.

 

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