Supporting Graduate Students and Junior Faculty
This event is open to all
"Like Words Falling Onto the Page is a concise and easily accessible book for introducing and supporting graduate students and junior faculty in the academic writing and publishing process. The book offers assignments, tips, and personal experience with writing and publishing. As a resource for research methods courses or advising, the book is also perfect for faculty to support and mentor their undergraduate and graduate students."
The Falling Workbook complements the paperback text and offers assignments to support your writing and publishing process. As a resource for research methods courses or advising, the book and e-workbook are perfect for faculty to support and mentor their undergraduate and graduate students.
-- Book description
In this book talk / workshop, Professor Mensah will present some tools and strategies to guide students in the process of writing and publishing.
Felicia Moore Mensah, Professor of Science Education & Chair of the Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology at Teachers College, Columbia University, was raised in Selma, North Carolina. Dr. Mensah earned her BS from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, her MS at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and her PhD from Florida State University. After completing a postdoctoral and visiting professor position at Michigan State University, she accepted a faculty role at Teachers College, Columbia University. Currently a full professor, she has supported and mentored graduate students, junior and senior faculty nationally and internationally. Visit Felicia Moore Mensah's website, The Scholar Mentor, and learn more.
Please rsvp with your interest and details by Wednesday, October 6th.
Where: 306 Russell
The first three persons who come in person will receive a free autographed copy of her book!
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