Workshops

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Happy Fall! Welcome back to our beautiful campus. 

FALL 2021 WORKSHOPS

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TWITTER 2.0
Build your social media presence!

Go beyond the basics and learn to engage on Twitter with thought leaders in your field. Using the topic of Health Equity as an example, we will explore ways to start conversations and connect.

Wednesday, October 20
2-3:30 p.m.
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WORKING WITH JOURNALISTS
Climate change, the economy, and ice worms in the Arctic. When the media has questions, Rutgers experts have answers. In July alone, more than 6,000 stories quoted Rutgers experts – in The New York Times, CNN, and NPR.

Yet dealing with the media can be tricky. Join us for a hands-on, practical workshop with RU communications experts John Cramer and Megan Schumann.

Tuesday, November 9
10-11:30 a.m.
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PREVIOUS 2021 WORKSHOPS 

Our offerings for Spring 2021 were chosen to inspire and to offer constructive support.  We tackled teaching challenges, grant-writing, gender equity and Covid-19 initiatives during this semester. Among our offerings:

  • Reflections on the Online Teaching Experience, a collaboration with CTAAR
  • Turning Chutes into Ladders for Women Faculty, NCFDD Guest Expert Webinar. Post-Workshop Rutgers Discussion: What Faculty Can Do Individually and Collectively to Help Improve Gender Equity at the University.
  • From Exposure to Vaccination: The Role of Structural Racism in COVID-19 InequitiesDr. Thomas A. LaVeist - Tulane University. Sponsored by Rutgers School of Public Health 21PHirst SERIES in collaboration with Rutgers University Health Equity Academic Researchers (RU-HEAR).
  • Teaching Portfolio Workshop and Implementation Session.
  • Women Entrepreneurs: Creating Strategies for Success. 
  • Writing Support, including Psychology and Strategies Behind Pre-Writing, and Overcoming Writing Challenges.
  • Communication Support, including Working With Journalists and Twitter for Academics
  • Philanthropy for Social and Racial Justice: Private Foundation Perspectives on Mobilizing Research and Scholarship Toward an Equitable Future
  • Grants Series Workshop / Meet the NJ HEROES TOO team 
  • Funding Your Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences