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Faculty Success Program

 

I wanted to take a moment to remind you that the Faculty Success Program Early Bird Discount expires TOMORROW at midnight! If you are planning to join us for our 12-week bootcamp this summer (May - August 2016), why not register today and receive $500 off your tuition?

I hope this term has been highly productive for you, but if for any reason...

  1. You didn't accomplish your writing goals this term;
  2. You are walking into the summer feeling disappointed, frustrated, exhausted, and panicked that time is flying by without manuscripts leaving your desk;
  3. You can't afford to have another term end without significant progress on your writing projects; or
  4. You are just tired of working all the time and want to reclaim your health and your weekends,

then I hope you consider joining us. 

Warmly,

Kerry Ann Rockquemore, PhD
President and CEO
National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity


       

P.S. If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to email Bootcamp@FacultyDiversity.org 

 

 What Faculty are Saying About the Faculty Success Program
 
"I met and exceeded my goals for submitting new manuscripts and revisions, and now I actively confront the inevitable (!) rejection, I write everyday, I prioritize my health, sleep and fitness needs, and my relationships are thriving."

"Simply put, the Faculty Success Program was absolutely transformative. I was running myself ragged but still not getting the essential writing done, and my personal goals and relationships were suffering. The tools I learned helped me take control over my time and, ultimately, my personal and professional life. I met and exceeded my goals for submitting new manuscripts and revisions, and now I actively confront the inevitable (!) rejection, I write everyday, I prioritize my health, sleep and fitness needs, and my relationships are thriving.

One moment that stands out most for me was when I reached Fall Break. Typically, I have felt completely burned out and I would set unrealistic goals to complete a semester's worth of writing during that week (obviously that NEVER worked). This year, I couldn't believe that I was in a position to actually take a break and be fully present with my family and friends during the holidays. I'm excited about my continued participation in the Alumni program!"

 

Nichelle Carpenter, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity
www.FacultyDiversity.org
Bootcamp@FacultyDiversity.org

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