This Grace Hopper 2016 session addressed how faculty can balance the various demands of academia.
Resources for Faculty
This session at Grace Hopper 2016 addressed research and funding strategies for faculty members.
This session at Grace Hopper 2015 addressed “what’s next?” for mid-career/senior academics. What are the opportunities for faculty post-tenure? Session speakers and participants discussed how to get a handle on thinking about the future and new opportunities for growth.
This session at Grace Hopper 2015 addressed being known and gaining recognition for your accomplishments for career advancement. This session discussed the different types of opportunities for recognition that exist for researchers (academia, national lab, or industry).
This session at Grace Hopper 2015 was targeted for Early Career. This session will cover strategies for building a long-term leadership role in your organization including communicating clearly, developing consensus, delegating, and recognizing others.
This Early Career Mentoring Workshop at FCRC discussed successful strategies for advising and supervising graduate students in research, e.g., strategies for effective communication, creating a productive environment, guiding professional development, etc. The session will also discuss promoting and managing research with undergraduates.
REU-in-A-Box explains the benefits of undergraduate research in computing
This video was created in celebration of CRA-W's 25th anniversary.
his webinar explained the goals and expectations of the program,best practices and more.
This workshop discussed successful strategies for advising and supervising graduate students, and more.