Jefferson Research Collaborative Writing Retreat
As a significant pillar of the faculty role, writing for publication can be a very challenging task for faculty in higher education. To help increase scholarly activity in faculty, Jefferson College is hosting a Writing Retreat on May 5th, 2016 from 8:30a-5p in the college boardroom. This retreat is structured to help foster periods of writing progress with intervals for peer feedback. The Writing Retreat is also designed to foster the formation of a community of scholarly writers, which will provide support to faculty through peer-to-peer and mentorship relationships. The design is such to motivate in a structured environment for faculty to learn about the scholarly process. During the retreat, faculty are expected to produce a significant amount of writing towards a publication.
Writing Retreat Schedule:
May 4th, 2017 8:30a-Noon
2 -1.5 hours blocks of writing
1 – 30 min blocks of time to share with participants (paired prior to break)
Lunch to follow
Access to mentors and consultations for your particular stage of writing
Participants that attend will receive support throughout the summer. Support will include helpful reminders via email to continue project progression and maintenance of a writing routine, as well as options to schedule meetings with mentors to continue support with project implementation and publication.
To sign up for participation in the Jefferson College Writing Retreat contact Kimberly Whiter, Director of Faculty Development at firstname.lastname@example.org