Intensive Faculty and Librarian Writing Retreat
Do you have a writing, research, teaching, or administrative project that you want to get off the ground? Maybe you have an article manuscript that you need to finalize before sending it off, a new class to plan, or a report or proposal you need to polish? The Center for Research and Creative Activities and the Mary G. Walsh Writing Center are pleased to announce an intensive Faculty and Librarian Writing Retreat: three full days of uninterrupted time so that you can focus on academic or creative writing and research projects. This event is perfect for those who need a short-term, writing intensive space and time. You will be free to spend your time privately working, informally chatting with colleagues about writing over provided meals and snacks, or receiving feedback on your writing from an experienced writing center consultant.
The writing retreat will take place June 6-8, 2018. Watch the Academic Affairs Newsletter for the call for applications.
Grant Writing Retreat for Faculty and Librarians
Do you have a project for which you would like to find external funding? The Center for Research and Creative Activities, institutional advancement and the sponsored programs and research administration office will co-sponsor an intensive stipended grant writing retreat for faculty. Over this weeklong retreat, you will learn the differences between private and government grants, research potential funding sources, receive editorial support and feedback on content, and familiarize yourself with the elements of the grant-writing cycle. At the end of the week, you will have made significant progress on your grant narrative and budget for a project, including the creation of a short list of potential external funders.
The writing retreat will take place June 4-8, 2018. Watch the Academic Affairs Newsletters for more details and a call for applications.
For more details and information, click here: https://polaris.salemstate.edu/post/560/faculty-and-librarian-writing-retreats
Questions? Contact Michele Louro or Elizabeth Kenney.