What is it and why should I participate?
As we rise to meet new challenges in teaching, we also want to make headway as scholars! Working with other faculty in a writing retreat is a great way to get that grant proposal, conference paper, peer-reviewed journal article, chapter or book moving towards completion!
How will it work?
From the comfort of your own home! We will meet via Zoom twice daily from Jan 4 – Jan 8 (Monday through Friday) and the days will be for you to WRITE!
In morning meetings (9-10 AM), we will look at effective strategies for productivity, hear from successful scholars across fields at Hunter, gain insights into IRB, learn about the resources available to Hunter faculty at NCFDD, examine tools for data collection in the digital moment, and develop approaches to sustain your personal and professional balance.
In afternoon closing sessions (4-5 PM), we will hold ourselves accountable to our peers and ourselves and achieve daily goals for our writing projects!
Date: 04 January 2021 – 08 January 2021
Time: Two daily sessions
- (1) 9-10am
- (2) 4-5pm
How do I sign up?
If you are a full-time faculty or an adjunct faculty at Hunter College, you are eligible to participate! Please be ready to fully commit to the experience for those 5 days.
Register here: http://bit.ly/HunterWritingRetreat
Email with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Kick-off meeting will be on December 17th at noon!
Click here for pdf of flyer.