2013 Scholarship Agendas: Reflect, Create a Pipeline, and Manage Your Time
Thursday, January 3
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Rose Library 5211
Happy New Year! Wanting to start a fresh scholarly year? Amidst the busy nature of teaching, scholarship, and service, faculty need to reflect on their personal scholarly process and prioritize and manage scholarship agendas. This workshop will aid participants in prioritizing scholarship projects and in building a scholarship timeline for 2013 and beyond. Walk away with a scholarship timeline and clarified priorities for research projects in the new year.
- Reflect on personal scholarly process.
- Prioritize scholarly projects.
- Produce a timeline of action for completing scholarly projects.
Ed Brantmeier, Assistant Professor, Learning, Technology and Leadership Education, Assistant Director, CFI
Edward J. Brantmeier, Fulbright-Nehru Scholar, India 2009 , earned a BA in English with grades 5-12 teaching certification from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. For three years he taught language arts and adult ESL courses. Ed then earned an MS in comparative and international education and a Ph. D. in history, philosophy, and education policy studies from Indiana University-Bloomington. With ten years of past experience in teacher education and educational leadership preparation, Ed currently enjoys working with university faculty. He teaches multicultural education courses to future educators and works with university faculty on innovative approaches to teaching, scholarship, and community engagement. Ed is passionate about researching transformative education in K-20 schooling environments that involves cultural competence, diversity, critical approaches, technology, sustainability, and contemplative practice. Formerly, Ed was faculty at Saint Louis University and at Colorado State University.
For more information contact the Center for Faculty Innovation | 540-568-4846