Supporting Academics with ADHD
Do you identify as neurodivergent or as someone with ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder)? Do you work with faculty or graduate students with ADHD? Are you looking for effective skills to be successful as an academic that better fits the diversity you bring to higher education? If so, please join us for a conversation about common experiences of those with ADHD/ADD, strengths those with ADHD/ADD bring to academic spaces, and tips and tricks for supporting yourself and others through the academic journey including how to increase interest, novelty, challenge, and urgency in planning your time, designing a career trajectory, navigating your college or university life, and manages your professional interactions and needs.
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, Self Awareness, Teaching and Mentoring