Early Career Faculty Development Seminars
Early Career Faculty Development Seminars are offered during the fall and spring semesters to provide beneficial information and to encourage professional development. The dates and times for the 2018-2019 Academic Year will be listed below. Refreshments will be provided at all seminars. Short summaries and more information will be available closer to the start of the Fall semester. Recordings of previously offered seminars are available to those with an Andrew ID. If you would like to attend, please RSVP below.
AY 2018-2019 Development Seminars
Date: Oct 10, 2018 at 10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Dowd Room, 2nd Floor CUC
The University Libraries lie at the heart of the work of Carnegie Mellon University. Just as Andrew Carnegie defined the library of the twentieth century through his philanthropy, the university that bears his name will define the library of the future. Operating as a trusted and essential academic partner, building community, and transforming scholarly communication and access, the University Libraries strengthens the work of our academic community to ensure its transformative impact on our campus and beyond.
As the center of the academic enterprise, the University Libraries uphold the values of the university through a commitment to excellence in three core areas: Expertise, Services, and Collections.
Come and hear from faculty librarians and archivists what the University Libraries can provide to aid faculty in the areas of:
- Discovering Your Research Topic
- Finding Funding and Collaborators
- Managing Information and Data
- Enhancing Your Teaching
- Publishing and Share Your Research
- Measuring Impact and Managing Your Digital Identity
Xiaoju (Julie) Chen, Liaison Librarian to Civil and Environmental Engineering, Engineering and Public Policy, and Mechanical Engineering
Jill Chisnell, Liaison Librarian to Design, ETC, Film, and IDeATE.
Julia Corrin, University Archivist
Melanie Gainey, Liaison Librarian to Biological Sciences
Matthew Marsteller, Liaison Librarian to Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mathematical Sciences, and Physics
Ethan Pullman, Liaison Librarian to English, Ethnic and Gender Studies, Linguistics, Minority Studies, Modern Languages, Philosophy, and the Library Instruction Coordinator
David Scherer, Scholarly Communications and Research Curation Consultant
Huajin Wang, Liaison Librarian to Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Language Technology Institute, and Machine Learning
Negotiation and Conflict Management
Presented by Taya Cohen, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory
Date: Oct 16, 2018 at 11:30am-1:30pm
Location: Dowd Room, 2nd Floor CUC
RSVP here by Oct 15, 2018
We negotiate daily in a variety of contexts: business, family, and social. Negotiations serve several purposes: (1) establishing new or renewing old relationships; (2) changing behaviors and expectations; and (3) resolving conflict and disputes. How effectively we negotiate exerts important effects on the quality of life we live and how successful we are at work. Although negotiations are a ubiquitous part of our everyday lives, many of us know little about the strategy and psychology of effective negotiations. Why do we sometimes get our way, while other times we walk away feeling frustrated by our inability to achieve the agreement we desire? This workshop uses an interactive approach to cover several key principals for successful negotiation and conflict management.
A light lunch will be provided.
Presented by Brandy Aven, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory.
Date: Nov 14, 2018 at 11:30am-1:30pm
Location: Pake Room, 2nd Floor CUC
Faculty Development Party
Meet and greet with colleagues and enjoy some food and drinks.
Date: Feb 21, 2019 at 4:30-6:30pm
Location: Danforth Lounge, 2nd Floor CUC
2017-2018 Seminar Recordings
Recordings of past seminars are available to view. You must have an Andrew ID to log in and view.