For New Faculty Program participants This is part two of the Book Publishing series, hosted by the NFP. During this three-day workshop, faculty will have an opportunity to meet one-on-one with Christopher Ahn, professional editor and former acquisitions editor at … Continued
Hosted by the New Faculty Program. Please join the Institute for the Arts and Humanities on Thursday, November 3, from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. for a facilitated conversation about promotion on the teaching track, with a panel of experienced, teaching-track … Continued
Learn about the National Humanities Center Residential Fellowship and workshop your project proposal. Andrew T. Mink and Matthew Morse Booker will give a presentation about the fellowship and other opportunities at the NHC. Participants will have the opportunity to workshop … Continued
The New Faculty Program invites all newly-arrived arts and humanities faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences to a Welcome Brunch on Monday, Aug. 22. The event will also introduce new faculty to the Institute, NFP Programming, the Center … Continued
This event will feature a panel of three experienced and knowledgeable faculty members and administrators from the College of Arts & Sciences.
A panel will discuss how to “survive and thrive” on the teaching track, and they share their experiences.
The New Faculty Program hosts Masako Ikeda from University of Hawai’i Press and Michelle Salyga from Routledge.
Polishing Your Book: Working with an Academic Editor Tuesday, April 13, 2:00-4:00pm At this event, we will chat with a panel of four freelance academic editors with various disciplinary backgrounds, all of whom work with academic writers from a … Continued
Monday, March 29, 3:00-5:00pm Joining us in the Zoom room will be Christopher Ahn, a former Senior Acquisitions editor at SUNY Press and now a freelance academic editor https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-ahn-136a294/. At this inaugural event, Christopher will give the big-picture view of … Continued
The new Scholarly 101 series, developed by Pamela Lothspeich (Director of the New Faculty Program) and Ebony Johnson (Event Planner) features skilled and knowledgeable freelance academic editors who regularly work with first-time book authors, providing editorial guidance and support as they move through the book publishing process