Faculty Center Spring 2018 Scholarship Series

Spring 2018 Programs supporting Faculty Scholarship

Mark your calendars now to participate in one or more of the following workshops aimed to support faculty in their scholarly and creative work.

Scholarly Collaborations
Thursday, February 1st, 4:45 – 5:45PM

Please join us for this panel discussion on working with collaborators. Scott Brewer (CHM), Pam Vail (TDF) and Berwood Yost (Director, Center for Opinion Research; Director, Floyd Institute for Public Policy; and Senior Adjunct Research Instructor of Government), will be on hand to share their experiences with scholarly collaborations and to guide discussion.

Seeking Fellowships in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Monday, February 26th, 12:00 – 1:30PM

Dr. Amy Greenberg, Professor of American History and Women’s Studies at the Pennsylvania State University and Guggenheim Fellow (2009) will speak about writing successful proposals for fellowships such as the Guggenheim and NEH. This session is co-sponsored with the Office of College Grants.


Celebration of Scholarship
Thursday, March 1, 4:45 – 5:45PM

The College Library continues its tradition of recognizing the varied professional accomplishments--books, articles, book chapters, works of art and performance--of F&M scholars.  A request for submissions will be issued mid-January.  Then join colleagues for the annual Celebrating Scholarship reception on the afternoon of March 1.


Scholarly Publishing: All About Editors
Thursday, March 8, 4:45 – 5:45PM

Join F&M faculty colleagues Lynn Brooks (TDF), Stephen Medic (GOV), and Dan Ardia (BIO) who have experience as editors of journals and/or collected volumes. This panel will discuss topics such as what editors are looking for in submissions and how to work successfully with an editor.

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