Campus Conversations (Formerly FES)

Based on feedback from several focus groups of faculty, staff and students, the Faculty Exchange Series (FES) has been re-named “Campus Conversations.” We believe this name better reflects the sessions that fall under this programming, and with the emphasis on “Campus,” we can be clear that all in the UD community are welcome to attend.  We will be adding sessions to the Campus Conversations listing. If you have an idea for a Campus Conversations session, contact Susan Brown.

Campus Conversations Sessions

Fall 2018
Campus Conversation: Connecting with our adjunct faculty colleagues
tuesday, september 25, 2018, 11:00 am -12:00 pm, LTC forum 044

Facilitated by Carrie Rogan, Teacher Education

How often do you think about our adjunct faculty members and the role they have on campus? Join in on a conversation about how we can create a stronger community for faculty. Research will be presented, but please come willing to share your experiences as well. Carrie Rogan, an adjunct faculty member in the School of Education and Health Sciences, will share her dissertation research on adjunct faculty and facilitate a discussion.

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Campus Conversation: On-Campus Resources for Federal Grant Seekers
Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 12:20-1:10 pm, LTC Studio 042

Facilitated by David Luftig, Research Services Librarian and Amy Adkins, Office of Research

This session is a collaborative effort between the Office of Research and the Roesch Library meant to assist both novice and experienced grant seekers. Topics will include understanding the grant application process, creating digital management plans, and utilizing on-campus resources that can help you be successful in your grant application.

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Campus Conversation: Insights into InCites: Bibliometrics and Contextualizing Research, Monday, November 12, 2018, 12:20-1:10 pm, LTC Studio 042

Facilitated by David Luftig, Research Services Librarian

This session will examine bibliometrics by demonstrating the functionality of the Web of Science analytical package InCItes. This session aims to assist researchers with contextualizing research and research publications. This session will also examine the many perils of bibliometrics and examine some of the alternative research metrics.

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Susan Brown

Roesch Library 039 
300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1302