2022 Events Schedule

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Upcoming Events

Responsible Conduct for Research at DKU — 04.22 (Friday)

Jing Bai, Associate Director of Research Support Office

 

Workshop on Student Evaluation — 04.15 (Friday)

Marcia France, Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Katherine Robertson, Director of Faculty Advancement

Ying Xiong, Associate Dean of Assessment Office

 

Appropriate Use of Research Fund — 04.08 (Friday)

Jing Bai, Associate Director of Research Support Office

 

Professional Development & Leadership Workshop — 04.08 & 05.06 (Fridays)

Anna Miller, Founder of Suzhou Grow&Glow Consulting Co., Ltd.

 

Funding Opportunities for Research — 04.06 (Wednesday)

Jing Bai, Associate Director of Research Support Office

 

Planning for a Sabbatical: The Importance of Good Planning for Making the Most of your Sabbatical Opportunity — 03.28 (Monday)

 

Floyd Beckford, Professor of Chemistry

Marcia France, Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Jason Gainous, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies

James Miller, Professor of Humanities

Katherine Robertson, Director of Faculty Advancement

 

Cluster Coordinator Retreat — 03.24 & 03.25 (Thursday & Friday)

 

General Intro to Research at DKU — 03.23 (Wednesday)

Jing Bai, Associate Director of Research Support Office

 

Info Session & Panel Discussion on the Engagement with Overseas NGOs — 03.04 (Friday)

Binbin Li, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science

Robin Wang, Associate Director of International Relations Office

 

Training (Faculty Advisor Program for Student Care) — 01.21, 02.18 & 03. 25

Charlie Clausen, Assistant Dean of Residence Life

Echo Zhao, Senior Coordinator of Residential Education

 

Reception (Faculty Buddy Program) — 01.17 & 01.19 (Monday & Wednesday)

 

New Faculty Orientation — 01.05 (Wednesday)

 

Link to past events

Student course evaluations—- how they are used for reappointment, tenure and promotion and for formative evaluation of teaching

Abstract: The Spring semester is coming to an end and many faculty members may feel concern about their course evaluations. Katherine Robertson, Director of Faculty Advancement will kick off by discussing how course evaluations are used for tenure and promotion. Ying Xiong, Associate Dean of Assessment will introduce how the course evaluations will administered with the new WatermarkTM System, and how they are used for university assessment. Last but not least, Marcia France, Dean of Undergraduate Studies will talk about using them for formative assessment of one’s own courses.

 

Panelists:

Marcia France, Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Katherine Robertson, Director of Faculty Advancement

Ying Xiong, Associate Dean of Assessment Office

 

Date and Time: 12-1 pm, April 15th (Friday)

 

Recording: https://warpwire.duke.edu/w/G9QGAA/

 

 

Planning for a Sabbatical —- The Importance of Good Planning for Making the Most of your Sabbatical Opportunity

Abstract: DKU has a pre-tenure sabbatical policy and is in the process of developing a post tenure sabbatical policy. All sabbaticals are a precious opportunity and if you’re contemplating a pre-tenure sabbatical, you’ll only be able to take one. A poorly planned sabbatical that ends up being unfulfilling and unproductive is a waste. However, a well-planned sabbatical can benefit your scholarship and professional development for years. James Miller, Jason Gainous and Marcia France will share their experiences (good and bad) of their past sabbaticals as well as some tips on how to plan an effective sabbatical. This workshop is open to all and will be beneficial to tenured faculty as well as tenure track faculty.

 

Host: Katherine Robertson, Director of Faculty Advancement

 

Panelist:

  • Floyd Beckford, Professor of Chemistry
  • Marcia France, Dean of Undergraduate Studies
  • Jason Gainous, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies
  • James Miller, Professor of Humanities

 

Recording: https://warpwire.duke.edu/w/OcAGAA/ 

 

Junior Faculty Research Seminar Series-13

Meifang CHEN, Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Claudia NISA, Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science is scheduled to give a seminar on Dec 9th (see below). Please email yl827@duke.edu if you want to get the Zoom link.

Presentation date& time: 9:30-10:30 am Dec 9th (Thursday) Beijing Time via Zoom
• 30mins presentation
• 30mins Q&A

Junior Faculty Research Seminar Series-12

Huansheng CAO, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science is scheduled to give a seminar on Dec 3rd (see below). Please email yl827@duke.edu if you want to get the Zoom link.

Presentation date& time: 9:30-10:30 am Dec 3rd (Friday) Beijing Time via Zoom
• 30mins presentation
• 30mins Q&A

Faculty Development Workshop– Appropriate Use of Research Funding

Jing BAI from Research Support Office, Xiaoting FU from Office of Procurement and Xian ZHU from Office of Finance will present on “Appropriate Use of Research Funding — Accessing and Spending Your External and Internal Funding”.

*Attendance is expected if you are a PI of active research projects.

Nov 5th , 9:30 am-10:30 am Beijing time

Venue: AB 3107 (on-site only) refreshment and snacks will be served before the workshop

2021.11.05 ORS – Appropriate Use of Research Funds

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Junior Faculty Research Seminar Series-11

Xin TONG, Assistant Professor of Computation and Design is scheduled to give a seminar on Dec 2nd (see below). Please email yl827@duke.edu if you want to get the Zoom link.

Presentation date& time: 9:30-10:30 am Dec 2nd (Thursday) Beijing Time via Zoom
• 30mins presentation
• 30mins Q&A

Junior Faculty Research Seminar Series-10

Nathan HAUTHALER, Lecturer in Philosophy is scheduled to give a seminar on Nov 19th (see below). Please email yl827@duke.edu if you want to get the Zoom link.

Presentation date& time: 9:30-10:30 am Nov 19th (Friday) Beijing Time via Zoom
• 30mins presentation
• 30mins Q&A

Junior Faculty Research Seminar Series-09

Ira SOBOLEVA, Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science is scheduled to give a seminar on Nov 3rd (see below). Please email yl827@duke.edu if you want to get the Zoom link.

Presentation date& time: 8-9 pm Nov 3rd (Wednesday) Beijing Time via Zoom
• 30mins presentation
• 30mins Q&A

Recognize, Respond, and Refer——Supporting students during the Covid-19 pandemic

Amber Xu, Clinical Counselor at CAPS

Jiahui Gu, Student Care Coordinator

Raphael Moffett, Dean of Office of Student Affairs

 

September 28th Tuesday, 12-1 pm Beijing time

 

Abstract: Under Covid-19, not only faculty, but our students are also suffering psychological stress from social distancing and online learning. As their professor, it is crucial to know how to recognize signs of stress and how to assist students to get the proper help. Office of Faculty Affairs invited Dean Raphael Moffett from Office of Student Affairs to talk about main challenges Chinese and international students are facing, following by a presentation given by CAPS on how to recognize students who might need help, respond to their needs, and refer them to available resources.

 

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