CUNY Manuscript Bootcamp

Facilitator: Mark E. Hauber, PhD, DSc
Interim University Vice Provost for Research

The aim of the Manuscript Bootcamp is for faculty members to take a day and fully focus on getting started on new manuscript that they are keen to develop fully. Dedicated time for writing will be interspersed with instant peer-reviews and working groups to discuss issues with getting started on a manuscript, keeping the best suitable and most impactful publication outlets in mind.

By invitation only.

Bootcamp for Bootcamp Leaders at CUNY

The CUNY Offices of Research and Faculty Affairs are offering a “Bootcamp for Bootcamp Leaders at CUNY”

If you are interested in joining us to share your expertise and learn from your colleagues, including Drs. Alona Bach (BMCC), Annemarie Nicols-Grinenko (CUNY Central) and Mark Hauber (CUNY Central), about how to offer workshops/bootcamps that will help faculty at your college to advance and be more productive, please register below (limited space available).  If you are interested, but cannot attend on April 12th, please fill out our questionnaire anyway – it will help us gauge the need offer additional bootcamps:

http://bit.ly/CUNYBootcamp

If you have questions, please contact Dr. Mark Hauber, Interim University Vice Provost for Research, at Mark.Hauber@cuny.edu  or Dr. Annemarie Nicols-Grinenko, University Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at Annemarie.Nicols-Grinenko@cuny.edu.

CUNY Manuscript Bootcamp

Facilitator: Mark E. Hauber, PhD, DSc
Interim University Vice Provost for Research

The aim of the Manuscript Bootcamp is for faculty members to take a day and fully focus on getting started on new manuscript that they are keen to develop fully. Dedicated time for writing will be interspersed with instant peer-reviews and working groups to discuss issues with getting started on a manuscript, keeping the best suitable and most impactful publication outlets in mind.

By invitation only.