2018-2019 Scholarly Productions Workshops
April 24, 2019. "Understanding Racial Politics and Scholarly Production". Presenter: Dr. Kwame Dixon, Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science, COAS.
March 27, 2019. "Navigating Cultural Competency and Scholarly Production". Presenters: (l to r) Dr. Elizabeth Ricks, School of Education, Dr. Gregory Hampton, and Dr. Miriam Ahmed, College of Arts and Sciences.
February 27, 2019. "How to Navigate the Institutional Review Board, Part II". Presenters: Dr. Dexter Lee, Dr. Constance Ellison, Dr. Thomas Obisesan.
January 30, 2019. "How to Navigate the Institutional Review Board, Part I". Presenters: Dr. Ruby Gourdine, Dr. Dexter Lee, Dr. Constance Ellison, Dr. Thomas Obisesan.
November 28, 2018. "How to Obtain Grants and Fellowships to Facilitate Scholarly Production". Presenters: Dr. Ruby Gourdine, School of Social Work; Dr. Nikki Taylor, Chair and Professor African American History, COAS; Assistant Professor Rachel Watson, Department of English, COAS.
October 31, 2018. "How to Use Scholarly Production in Salary Negotiation and Enhancing Your Institutional and National Profile". Presenters: Professor Nefertiti Burton, Dept. of Fine Arts, COAS; Nikki Taylor, Ph.D., History Department, COAS; and Professor W. Sherman Rogers, School of Law.
September 26, 2018. "How to Turn the Written into the Spoken". Presenter: Professor Sonja D. Williams, Cathy Hughes School of Communications and author of Word Warrior: Richard Durham, Radio, and Freedom.