Making the Most of Duke's Membership to the National Center for Faculty Diversity and Development
In this session, Dr. Lisa Hanasono will share a collection of classic and fresh ways to make the most of your NCFDD membership. In addition to highlighting some new and upcoming NCFDD resources, Lisa will present a variety of approaches and ways that individuals and their institutions can use their NCFDD memberships to boost their research productivity, improve their work-life balance, expand their professional networks, and more.
Duke alumna Christina Davidson, Ph.D.'17 (History) described the value of the tool this way: "all the professional academic advice you ever wished you had at the click of a button."
Duke graduate students can access this event sponsored by the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity through Duke's institutional membership, sponsored by the Office of Faculty Advancement. Find information about how to claim your Duke membership to NCFDD here.
Professional Development, Professionalism and Scholarly Integrity