These session focused on strategies to attain the next level of advancement. The discussion provided advice regarding activities that help and hurt your chances of advancing.
Resources for Faculty
View the program from the Mid- CMW at FCRC 2015 workshop. Includes sessions, speakers, and information on the location of the 2015 workshop.
This panel addressed how to help your organization make a change either due to your own interests or because your management asked you to lead a change. This panel presented strategies for building support and for successful negotiations.
This panel covered strategies for building and being recognized for your leadership skills. It also covered strategies for building a long-term leadership role in your organization such as building consensus and recognition of others.
This session discussed strategies for managing in an academic environment.
Students learn how to summarize research and identify problems, contributions, evidence, and meaning of their own and other research.
Students learn how to focus and make reading active (without getting lost in details) and analyze and summarize other people's research.
Students learn how to perform a thorough literature search using the proper resources and processes, and how to organize their discovered articles.
This exercise helps mentors teach their students how to read and analyze someone else’s code.
Students learn how to give a brief 2-5 minutes overview of their research interests and start a conversation about research.