Virtual Summer Writing Bootcamp

In supporting the achievement of African American/Black faculty, staff and students within higher education, the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE) has introduced an Online Education and Engagement Series with a variety of topics that influence our work/life balance. To assist with increasing your writing productivity, we have established a Virtual Writing Bootcamp for AABHE members only. 

Dates: The six-week Writing Bootcamp will start on Monday, June 22, 2020 and end on Friday, July 31, 2020

Orientation: An Introductory Bootcamp Zoom Meeting will be held on Monday, June 22nd at 12pm CST/1pm EST.

"Empowerment Friday" Zoom Coaching Sessions with guest speakers/panels (12pm CST/1pm EST:  June 26th, July 10th, July 17, July 24th, & July 31st)

We will have six major cohorts to help customize the writing support needed to achieve your targeted summer writing goals

  1. Undergraduate/Graduate (Thesis or Dissertation)

  2. Dissertation to Publication

  3. Assistant Professor to Associate Professor

  4. Associate Professor to Full Professor

  5. AABHE Collaborative Research on the Impact of COVID-19 and/or Racial Issues Within Higher Education

  6. Other Writing Projects (Op-Eds, COVID Group Projects, and General Publications)

 

The Virtual Bootcamp helps keep you accountable to your writing goals, provide tips and tricks to help improve your productivity, and customized professional development to support your writing projects. If interested, please register for the virtual writing boot camp and start thinking about the writing project(s) you plan to focus on for this six-week program.

Registration Closed!

Due to high demand and interest, we are happy to announce that we've reached capacity for the Writing Bootcamp. Stay tuned for further opportunities to participate in AABHE's Online Education and Engagement Series

Any questions or need further information, contact:
OnlineEd@aabhe.education

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