Preparing Future Faculty and Professionals
IUPUI Graduate Office
University Library UL 1170
Don’t go through it alone—graduate students meet at weekly Writing Group sessions to support each other in writing their theses, dissertations, and other projects. Solicit feedback, bounce ideas off other students, and set aside designated writing time.
Fall 2019 Writing Group dates coming soon.
Other writing resources:
IUPUI graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty can access multiple free resources for teaching and professional development through the national Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL). Visit the IUPUI CIRTL website to learn about campus and national workshops, events, courses and webinars focused on preparing future faculty. Our IUPUI CIRTL program offers several means to document your knowledge and achievements in teaching through a canvas- based curriculum, on campus and online learning communities, and teaching as research program. Our IUPUI and IUB campuses together comprise IU CIRTL. Students and fellows from each campus are encouraged to access CIRTL events at each location as well as the national programming.
PFFP participants have access to resources about dissertation, finding a post-doc,or fellowship, and/or the nuts and bolts of finding a tenure track job offered by the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity.
Whether you are looking for assistance while preparing a travel grant or require a fresh look at your dissertation completion fellowship application, the Grant Writing Assistance Workshop series aims to assist students throughout the grant writing process. While grant applications can be labor intensive these workshops seek to unpack and simplify the procedures.
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