formerly Professor of Psychology and Director of the Faculty Instructional
Support Office, State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Is there ever enough time? Even though we see many interrelationships
between our scholarly writing and teaching, finding a good balance can
be difficult. From his numerous studies on how new faculty can most effectively
research, write, and teach, Bob Boice has useful insights to offer on
managing scholarly productivity. This workshop should be beneficial for
both assistant professors and advanced graduate students planning on academic
careers. Much of the workshop will focus on Boices recent book First-Order
Principles for College Teachers (loan copies available at the TRC; see
also the review from Spring 1998 Teaching Concerns).