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Faculty Bootcamp Registration Is OPEN!

Tuesday, June 28, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Allison Van Buren
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This is just a quick announcement that registration for the Fall session of the Faculty Success Program is officially open.

The Faculty Success Program is a 12-week intensive mentoring program (or virtual bootcamp) that is designed to help you increase your research productivity, get control of your time, and live a full and healthy life beyond your campus.

Seats are limited, so if you know now that you want a spot in the next session of the program, grab your seat today.

To learn more about the program join me for a short preview webinar on July 6th, 2016 at 12:00 pm ET, and get ready to kick off your most productive term ever!
Faculty Success Program Preview Webinar
5 Secrets to a Super-Productive Summer
07/06/16, 12:00 pm ET


As always, we like to reward decisive action, so we are offering a $500 discount for all those who register by our Early Bird Deadline of July 29th, 2016.
Faculty Success Program Dates:
August 28 - November 19, 2016


We only have a limited number of seats available, so be sure to reserve your seat soon!

 

What Faculty are Saying About the Faculty Success Program

 

"The FSP is so powerful because it trains participants in the strategies, habits, and mindsets that are critical to a productive, fulfilling career, while having a rich life beyond one’s career..." 

 

"As academics, we all know what we’re “supposed” to do, but in practice, it’s extremely difficult to find the time and energy to tackle all of the research, writing, teaching, mentoring, service and outreach demands. The FSP is so powerful because it trains participants in the strategies, habits, and mindsets that are critical to a productive, fulfilling career, while having a rich life beyond one’s career (as opposed to barely keeping up with a to do list that doesn’t necessarily reflect your own priorities or interests). It also provides an incredible support team (coaches specializing in certain skill sets, a weekly group coach, and a small group of fellow participants) that help to fine-tune the strategies to your particular circumstances (whether that’s balancing research and service, work and family, personal illness, etc.), and that provide the accountability needed to change habits for the long-term."

 

Valerie Eviner, PhD
Associate Professor
University of California, Davis

 

 


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