Document Type

Event

Event Title

Collaborating for Success: Getting to know your Colleagues

Presenter Information

CELTSS

Start Date

10-1-2018 12:30 PM

End Date

10-1-2018 1:00 PM

Description

As the university grows, getting to know colleagues outside of our normal work orbit is challenging and essential. In an effort to help faculty get to know colleagues from across campus, participate in this after- lunch activity, Collaborating for Success, in keeping with the theme from the Distinguished Faculty lectures. To begin, experienced faculty will be paired with newer colleagues for 7-8 minutes to introduce themselves and get to know one another. At the end of the designated time, participants will seek out an unknown colleague. The only “rule” is to seek out colleagues you do not know, or at least do not know well. After another 7-8 minutes, seek out another unknown colleague. The CELTSS Programming Subcommittee hopes that in addition to getting to know our colleagues better, this will lead to productive discussions and academic collaboration that we might not otherwise have had.

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Collaborating for Success: Getting to know your Colleagues

As the university grows, getting to know colleagues outside of our normal work orbit is challenging and essential. In an effort to help faculty get to know colleagues from across campus, participate in this after- lunch activity, Collaborating for Success, in keeping with the theme from the Distinguished Faculty lectures. To begin, experienced faculty will be paired with newer colleagues for 7-8 minutes to introduce themselves and get to know one another. At the end of the designated time, participants will seek out an unknown colleague. The only “rule” is to seek out colleagues you do not know, or at least do not know well. After another 7-8 minutes, seek out another unknown colleague. The CELTSS Programming Subcommittee hopes that in addition to getting to know our colleagues better, this will lead to productive discussions and academic collaboration that we might not otherwise have had.