Faculty Development Institute

Spring 2023 Workshops

The College of Humanities is pleased to offer a line-up of faculty-selected workshops on topics often assumed to be common knowledge within the professoriate. Each session will provide faculty with an informative and accessible opportunity to learn a variety of academic skills and principles that are routinely deployed but rarely taught. Session leaders will include College of Humanities representatives who will share their experiences and best practices. 

Sign Up

Please sign up using the links below.
Drop-ins are welcome, but your RSVP is much appreciated.

Questions?

Contact Ken McAllister or Minda Dettman at
coh-adr@email.arizona.edu
 

ACTIVITY INFORMED BUDGETING (AIB): WHAT IT IS AND HOW TO MAKE IT WORK FOR YOU

Friday, February 3, 2023
2:30 – 4:00
In-person location: Modern Languages 345c (Dean’s Office Conference Room)
Join via Zoom here

Co-leaders:
•    Toni Alexander | Assistant Dean for Business and Finance, College of Humanities
•    Ken McAllister | Associate Dean of Research and Program Innovation, College of Humanities

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HUMANITIES DATA TOOLBOX

Come join Chen Chen, College of Humanities Data Science Ambassador, for a series of three introductory sessions to digital tools that can be used to expand, simplify, and enhance your research. Following each workshop, Chen will be available to discuss and brainstorm ways these tools can be incorporated into individual research projects.

Co-leaders:
•    Chen Chen | Data Science Ambassador, College of Humanities
•    Ken McAllister | Associate Dean of Research and Program Innovation, College of Humanities

Radical Research: An Introduction to New Humanities Software Tools

Topics: ChatGPT, Python
Friday, February 10, 2023
2:30 – 3:00
Join via Zoom here

Surveys and Tweets and Histories—Oh My! Managing and Mining Your Textual Data

Topics: Nvivo
Friday, March 3, 2023
2:30 – 3:00
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What the **** is a DMP and why does my grant proposal need one?

Topics: Data Management Plans (DMP), DMP building tools
Friday, April 28, 2023
2:30 – 3:00
Join via Zoom here