New Faculty Bag Lunch Presentations & Materials

2016-17


New Faculty Bag Lunch Session - "Dossier Preparation for Merits and Promotions" Video

New Faculty Bag Lunch Session - "Dossier Preparation for Merits and Promotions" Video

(1 hr, 43 min)

Dossier Preparation for Merits and Promotions - March 9, 2017

A complete first dossier can be effective in laying the groundwork for future merits and advancements. Find an overview of the dossier submission process and information on how to make your first dossier as complete as possible.

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Is it Bullying? - Awareness, Understanding & Strategies in Dealing with Abrasive Behaviors - February 22, 2017

According to a recent UC Campus Climate Survey, 24% of UC Davis respondents "believed that they had personally experienced exclusionary, intimidating, offensive and/or hostile conduct." Explore strategies for identifying, understanding and responding to bullying and other forms of abrasive behaviors.

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Difficult Classroom Conversations: Navigating Controversy while Building Positive Learning Environments - January 25, 2017

Explore techniques for managing difficult conversations while creating an atmosphere that supports productive discussion and maintains respect.

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Research Development - January 11, 2017

Learn more about several key units at UC Davis that are engaged in research development activities: Foundation Relations, Corporate Relations, and Interdisciplinary Research Support.

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  One Pager - Timeline and Budget

  Grants Checklist


Work-Life Integration and the Art of Saying "No" - November 17, 2016

Explore the UC Davis Academic Work-Life Program and engage in discussions regarding strategies for effectively managing commitments.

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   NCFDD Registration Information


Building Successful Research & Project Collaborations - October 13, 2016

Explore strategies for finding collaborative partners and navigating the collaborative relationship in the pursuit of research and project proposals. 

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2015-16


Dossier Preparation for Merits and Promotions - March 31, 2016

We will provide you with an overview of the dossier submission process, while laying the groundwork for future merits and advancements. We'll also review what CAP looks for when reviewing promotion packets.

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How Global Affairs Can Assist You - February 17, 2016
UC Davis Global Affairs supports all members of the campus community pursuing global initiatives and international collaborations.   Join the faculty and staff from Global Affairs as they share invaluable information about international opportunities for research, education (undergraduate and graduate) and support available to faculty, departments, institutes, schools and colleges for international initiatives.      

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Research Development - January 20, 2016
Learn how the UC Davis campus supports faculty efforts to attract extramural research funding, including ways to find funding opportunities, engage with industry partners and identify elements of your research that align with the goals of philanthropic organizations.  Several key units at UC Davis that engage in research development activities will be on hand to share information and respond to your questions including: Foundation Relations, Corporate Relations and Interdisciplinary Research Support. 

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Difficult Classroom Conversations: Navigating Controversy While Building Positive Learning Environments - November 12, 2015
Difficult conversations in the classroom can arise when teaching controversial topics, but can also present themselves at unexpected times in any course. This interactive workshop, led by Dr. Cara Harwood Theisen with the Center for Educational Effectiveness, will explore techniques for managing difficult conversations while creating an atmosphere that supports productive discussion and maintains respect.  Learn strategies for creating a classroom environment that supports inclusive participation and interaction.  

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2014-15 


University Outreach & International Programs - Global Affairs - April 22, 2015
UC Davis Global Affairs, formerly known as University Outreach & International Programs, administers activities and programs such as faculty funding workshops,  Agreements of Cooperation, and the Fulbright Scholars Program.  Global Affairs shared invaluable information about international opportunities for research, education (undergraduate and graduate) and outreach programs and support available to faculty, departments, institutes, schools and colleges for international initiatives.

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Dossier Preparation: Merit & Promotion - April 8, 2015
This highly informative session will provide an overview of the dossier submission process and information on how to make your first dossier as complete as possible. A complete first dossier can be effective in laying the groundwork for future merits and advancements.  A representative from CAP will also be present during this session to share CAP’s perspectives with you directly and field any questions you may have.  We’ll also review what CAP looks for when reviewing promotion packets, and more.  

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Research Development - November 13, 2014
Learn how the UC Davis campus supports faculty efforts to attract extramural research funding, including ways to find funding opportunities, engage with industry partners and identify elements of your research that align with the goals of philanthropic organizations.  Several key units at UC Davis that engage in research development activities will be on hand to share information and respond to your questions including: Foundation Relations, Corporate Relations and Interdisciplinary Research Support. 

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Teaching & Student Issues, October 16, 2014
This session will feature Distinguished Teaching Award winners who will share insights and strategies relative to exemplary instruction. In addition, representatives from Student Judicial Affairs and the Student Disability Center will present important information regarding the student disciplinary process and your role as a faculty member in providing disability accommodations to students. 

Presentation (from Student Disability Center)