East Carolina University Calendar
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Jun 21, 2018: REDE Brown Bags Lunch Series: Strategies for Women Navigating Research Administration in Pre- and Post-Award Management at Greenville Centre
The Office of Grants and Contacts is pleased to present …
REDE Brown Bags Lunch Series: Strategies for Women Navigating Research Administration in Pre- and Post-Award Management
The four-part brown bag lunch and lecture series is aimed at examining the current state of opportunities for women in research administration. We will investigate challenges, discuss methods of strategic career planning and provide career path examples of senior-level research administrators both in and outside of the ECU community.
Our first lecture will kick off Thursday, June 21 with Dr. Jennifer Shambrook.
Dr. Shambrook, Director of Research Programs and Services at the University of Central Florida, is the author of the Research Administrator Stress Perception Surveys. Her published works from those data have garnered awards from both the Society of Research Administrators International Symposium and the Journal of Research Administration.
Dr. Shambrook has served as President of both the Northeast Section and Southern Section of Society of Research Administrators International, and Chair of Region III of National Council of University Research Administrators.
In this live web-based discussion, we will talk about:
The changes in RA demographics over the yearsAttributes that can lead to a successful career in research administrationHow to build your resilience to the stressors in this professionSeating is limited and you’re welcome to bring your lunch.
Please RSVP by June 15.
If you have any questions regarding the REDE Brown Bags Lunch Series please contact Renita K. Harley at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Program Sponsored by the Office for Equity and Diversity Mini-Grant
Nov 29, 2018: ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP: Connecting WITH and Sustaining COMMUNITY & University PARTNERS FOR RESEARCH, Innovations, AND GRANTS at Speight Building
WHO: Dr. Sharon Paynter, Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor for Public Service and Community Relations
Community and University Facilitators and Panelists are conducting an interactive 2 part series of professional development sessions on Engaged Scholarship.
WHAT: Topic Highlights Include:
Engaging and Sustaining Partners Translating Outreach and Service into ScholarshipPositioning Engaged Scholarship in your PAD – as Research and as TeachingWHEN: Two Sessions Available:
November 18 11:00 – 1:30 (Lunch Included) November 29 9:00 – 11:30 (Breakfast Included) WHERE: 203 Speight
WHY: The majority of national and foundation funding initiatives – and our purpose as a College of Education – require partnerships with entities from local, regional, state, national and international Communities and across the University.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Register in Cornerstone: Log into Cornerstone http://www.ecu.edu/itcs/cornerstone/, Under Browse for Training Click on Academic Affairs, then College of Education.
Online applications will be accepted between Nov. 1 – Jan. 15. No paper applications will be accepted. Scholarships are available for both undergraduate and graduate students.
To get started, visit ECUAWard at http://ecu.academicworks.com. Sign in with your Pirate ID and password. You first must complete a general application. You can find instructions here: http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/universityscholarships/ECUAWard-Instructional-Materials.cfm. The general application will ask you questions about your involvement in campus and community service activities, your future educational plans, career goals, etc. Your permanent mailing address, major, GPA, hours completed, etc. will be imported from Banner, so you will not be required to enter that information.
Once you have completed the general scholarship application, including your electronic signature, you may be prompted to “Start Applying” and shown a list of recommended opportunities that require further review to determine your eligibility. Please take your time and look through this list and, if interested, “apply”.
All applicants who submit a completed application will be notified of their application status via their ECU email account in the spring semester.
Interviews for the following Education scholarships are held today.
Education Community of ScholarsAbernathy ScholarsLaneLathamMaynardCandidates will be assigned interview times by the Education Scholars office .
If necessary, makeup day will be next Saturday.
Applications for these scholarships may be completed by going to https://ecu.academicworks.com. The applications are due by Jan. 15th.