Month: January 2021

2021 Arts & Humanities Mini-Retreat

We cordially invite you to attend an hybrid, Arts& Humanities Retreat. Below is a outline of the event, for more details, please see event schedule.

Two morning sessions to focus on:

(1) building research funding opportunities in the Arts and Humanities and

(2) promoting the humanities at DKU and beyond (to build collaborations, experiential learning for our students, and a more general support for the Humanities in Jiangsu).

Please email fx28@duke.edu to get Zoom Password.

DKU Internal Fund Info. Session in SS/AH

This is to announce a DKU Internal Fund Info Session in AH/SS Fields on Jan 29 Fri. This session invites center directors to share the funding information that supports faculty research, academic events, and other activities in AH/SS fields. They will also cover some funding opportunities in the past or plans in the near future. If you are interested, please mark this event on your calendar and attend in person( if you can) for a better discussion with the panelists and faculty in your field. Look forward to seeing you there.

Venue: IB2050
Time: 2021/1/29 Fri. 9-10am Beijing
Zoom link for remote attendees: email fx28@duke.edu to get access

*Here’s the link to previous funding workshops.

2021 Events Schedule

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Upcoming Events

Reappointment Review Workshop—01.26 (Tuesday)

Amy Shen, Assistant Director of Academic Affairs
Katherine Robertson, Director of Faculty Affairs

DKU Internal Fund Info. Session in SS/AH—01.29 (Friday)

Xin Li, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Research 
James Miller, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Interdisciplinary Strategy
Jingbo Cui, Ph.D. Chair of DKU Research Advisory Group  (MOE, SS, AH)
Keping Wu, Ph.D. Co-Director of CSC
Chenkai Wu, Ph.D. Director of Graduate Studies, MSC, Global Health
Junjie Zhang, Director of Environmental Research Center, Director of Master of Environmental Policy Program

Junior Faculty Research Series—02.26 (Friday)

Benjamin Anderson, Assistant Professor of Global Health

Junior Faculty Research Series—03.12 (Friday)

Gergely Horvath, Assistant Professor of Economics

Junior Faculty Research Series—03.26 (Friday)

Xin Zhang, Assistant Professor of Chinese Language and Intercultural Communications

Junior Faculty Research Series—04.09 (Friday)

Tyler Kustra, Assistant Professor of Political Science

Junior Faculty Research Series—04.23 (Friday)

Ben Van Overmeire, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

DKU, Yale-Bridges Seminars—04.23 (Friday)

Zachary M Howlett, Assistant Professor of Anthropology,Yale-NUS

 Junior Faculty Research Series—05.14 (Friday)

Keping Wu, Associate Professor of Anthropology

Link to past events

Past Events

YEAR 2021

RSO Discussion Workshop (Funding Climate, IP, Proper use of Fund)—01.18 (Monday)

Jing Bai, Associate Director, Research Support Office, DKU

Library Info Session—01.19 (Tuesday)

Library Team

YEAR 2020

EXTERNAL FUNDING &FUNDING ADVISORY GROUPS—09.18/09.25/11.06(Friday)

NS Advisory Group Chair, Changcheng Zheng
MOE,SS,AH Advisory Group Chair, Jingbo Cui
NGO Advisory Group Chair, Wei(Robin) Wang

DEVELOPING A PROCESS FOR SUCCESSFUL ACADEMIC WRITING—11.12 (Thursday)

Steven Heine, Professor of Religious Studies & History and Director of Asian Studies, Florida International University
Melanie Manion, Vor Broker Family Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Duke University
James Miller, Professor of Humanities and Associate Dean for Interdisciplinary Strategy, DKU

FUNDING WORKSHOP TO SHARE NSFC EXPERIENCES—11.20 (Friday)

NS Advisory Group Chair, Changcheng Zheng
NSFC winner: Dr. Shixin Xu, Dr. Myung-Joong Hwang, Dr. Ming li, Dr. Jim Zhang

MEET WITH EXPERIENCED NSSFC WINNERS—11.27 (Friday)

Keping Wu, Associate Professor of Anthropology, DKU
Shuangye Chen, professor and associate director of the Institute of Curriculum and Instruction, East China Normal University
Ying Duan, Associate professor of Anthropology, Sun Yat-sen University

SOCIAL SCIENCE MINI-RETREAT—10.30 (Friday) /10.31 (Saturday)

William Parson, Chair, Division of Social Sciences; Associate Professor of Political Science, DKU

RESEARCH INFO SESSION—09.25 (Friday)

Topic: Common practice, gray zones and red lines for conducting research at DKU and in China
Jing Bai, Associate Director, Research Support Office, DKU

EXPORT CONTROL WORKSHOP—10.16 (Friday)

Daniel Vick, Director for Office of Export Controls, Duke

JUNIOR FACULTY RESEARCH SEMINAR—10.23 (Friday)

Dr. Qian LONG, Assistant professor of Global Health, DKU

JUNIOR FACULTY RESEARCH SEMINAR—11.20 (Friday)

Dr. Shixin XU, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, DKU

JUNIOR FACULTY RESEARCH SEMINAR—12.09 (Wednesday)

Dr. Yu Wang, Assistant Professor of Society, DKU

Academic Writing Group

Dear faculty,

When the term starts, it is often hard to find time and space to write up research. Office of Faculty Affairs together with Coraline Goron and Ben Overmeire would like to organize a Faculty Writing Group starting from 2021 session3. (see attachment for detailed schedule)

The idea of the writing group is simple: we have a room booked for 2 hours twice per week (here it will be on Monday& Thursday for 2021 Session3); you come with your laptop, a cup to fill with tea or coffee, and some piece of writing you want to work on (course preps and admin are excluded). Due to COVID-19, we also create a Zoom ID for those who would like to join us remotely.

The writing sessions run as follow:
• We first do a roundtable telling each other our writing objective for the session;
• Then, we set the timer for 1 hour. When the time is up, we take a short break to refill our cups and eat some food & fruits, while chatting and complaining to each other about how hard it is to write! (light refreshments will be served)
• Then we go back to the writing table for another hour before wrapping up the session.
• Planning: we’ll try to invite guests or organize some fun activities during some of the sessions.

If you are interested in joining, please fill out the Qualtrics by Jan 6th 2021 https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_79ECTPozYEklJhb.A “Writing Group” WeChat group will be set up to communicate more efficiently about it with those who have expressed an interest. That will not commit you at all to join every week, but will enable you to be reminded of the location and time of the sessions, and also to know who will join the next time.

We look forward to seeing many of you join this initiative!

Best regards,

Organizing Committee
Coraline Goron, Assistant Professor of Environmental Policy
Ben Van Overmeire, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Office of Faculty Affairs

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