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New Faculty Workshop

 

The New Faculty Workshop is a joint effort between:

(1) NSF ENG CBET - (Geoff Prentice) and the

(2) University of Florida - (Tim Anderson).


The New Faculty Workshop presentation has evolved from a collaboration between Geoff Prentice, NSF CBET Acting Program Director, and Tim Anderson, Associate Dean for Research at the University of Florida.  It covers many of the important aspects of initiating a research program in an academic environment.  This presentation has been given to groups of new and prospective faculty several dozen times over the past decade.

The entire PowerPoint 254-slide presentation is available for download.  This presentation was updated on 27 October 2012.

* New Faculty - PowerPoint Presentation  (3,329 KB)


For further information, please contact:
    Dr. Geoffrey Prentice at gprentic@nsf.gov
    Dr. Tim Anderson   at   tim@ufl.edu

 

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