Author: Yishi Lin

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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Faculty Development Workshop– Promoting Personal Wellness

Kimberly Blackshear, Director of Time Away Office from Duke University presented on “Promoting Personal Wellness—balancing work& life, handling anxiety, and keeping socially connected under Covid-19”

 

September 9th, 9 am-10 am Beijing time/ September 8th, 9 pm – 10 pm EST

 

Abstract: Everyone in the world is living under pressure, and lately various stress is being built up under Covid-19. Some DKU faculty are suffering stress from teaching online, balancing work and life, struggling with language barrier while living in a foreign country, and being apart from their loved ones who remain overseas. In this presentation, Kimberly will share with you triggers of anxiety, five dimensions of well-being, and how to promote personal wellness.

 

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Junior Faculty Research Seminar Series-08

Philip SANTOSO, Assistant Professor of Political Science gave a presentation on the topic of “The Nature and Sources of Voters’ Beliefs about the Left-Right Positions of Political Parties” in September (see flyer below).

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

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