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January

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Venue:GL 220

This workshop will consist of brief presentations and success stories by three FIU faculty members who have been PIs on recent NEH grants.

February

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Venue:Faculty Club

Join us for the Spring 2016 Mentor Program Lunch, Wednesday, February 3rd at the Faculty Club. All faculty in the Faculty Mentor Program are invited to come with their mentors or mentees for a casual lunchtime gathering with colleagues. Please RSVP!

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Venue:Faculty Club

Join us for the Spring 2016 Mentor Program Lunch, Tuesday, February 16, at the Faculty Club. All faculty in the Faculty Mentor Program are invited to come with their mentors or mentees for a casual lunchtime gathering with colleagues. Please RSVP!

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Venue:PCA 131

FIU welcomes Victoria Rogers, Vice President for the Arts at the Knight Foundation to talk with our faculty.

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Venue:WC 130

Leaders from the offices of Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer at three institutes of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will discuss and highlight valuable resources available to researchers and small business owners.

March

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Venue:AHC4-302

We will discuss the five core competencies of an effective leader and before the end of the session, systematically identify your individual set of core values to help govern your decisions going forward.

10th Annual Women Who Lead Conference

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Venue:GC Ballrooms

A day long conference designed to enhance the leadership development of female students at FIU. Kimberly Bryant, CEO and co-founder Black Girls Code served as keynote speaker.

April

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Venue:AHC1 Room 110

The annual Summer Planning Workshop: How to Write a Lot! will take place on Tuesday, April 12, 12:30-2:30pm. Mentees invite your mentor to attend but feel free to come alone and we will pair you with a mentor. Lunch will be provided, please RSVP.

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Venue:MARC Pavilion

The purpose of this workshop is to provide both general and specific information on funding opportunities at the National Science Foundation. Raj Mutharasan will give the presentation.

July

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Venue:Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum

Art and science come together in Neural Networks. The exhibit and video showcase the collaboration of two FIU faculty - neuroscientist Angie Laird and multimedia artist Felice Grodin.

September

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Venue:GC 243 & AHC4-402

Faculty Mentor Program Orientations will take place Tuesday, Sept. 13 and Wednesday, Sept. 14, as well as Friday, Sept. 16 (see below). Please click through for more details and to RSVP for a workshop!

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Venue:GC 150

A Faculty Mentor Program Orientation will take place Friday, Sept. 16 from 1:30 to 3:15 in GC 150 (note time change). Please click through for more details and to RSVP for the workshop!

October

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Venue:Faculty Club

Join us for the Fall 2016 Mentor Program Lunch, Tuesday, October 4th at the Faculty Club. All faculty in the Faculty Mentor Program are invited to come with their mentors or mentees for a casual lunchtime gathering with colleagues. RSVP appreciated!

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Join us for the Fall 2016 Mentor Program Lunch, Wednesday, October 5th at the Faculty Club. All faculty in the Faculty Mentor Program are invited to come with their mentors or mentees for a casual lunchtime gathering with colleagues. RSVP appreciated!

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Venue:AHC4-402

Garth D. Headley is Director of Research Advocacy in the Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED) at FIU. He will discuss fostering and developing meaningful relationships in academia and the role emotional intelligence plays in building connections with others.

November

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Venue:AHC4-402

Research, particularly funded research, increasingly requires forming teams drawn from multiple disciplines. This presentation and conversation with Dr. Richard Olson will focus on drawing lessons from recent experiences by FIU’s Extreme Events Institute.

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Venue:AHC5-300

The Dean's Office and the Department of Epidemiology invite you to their Grant Writing Rounds, led by an FIU panel.