Workshops for Faculty and Graduate Students
First Book Workshop
This workshop introduces early career faculty to the process of publishing a first scholarly book. Throughout the course of the workshop, which is offered in alternate years and meets five to six times during the spring semester, workshop leaders will guide participants through topics such as the differences between a dissertation and book manuscript, how to approach a press editor, how to submit a prospectus to a publisher, and what happens after a manuscript has been accepted for publication. Follow this link for more information: First Book Workshop
Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Workshops
All graduate students are invited to attend this workshop, which is directed each year by recent recipients of graduate student funding from the Hall Center. The workshops focus on topics related to method, problem, or theory than to specific subject content, to increase their appeal to a wider audience. All workshops take place in the Hall Center Seminar Room. Please visit the Hall Center calendar for each semester's IGRW schedule and for information on how to attend.
Research and Grant Development Office Workshops
The Hall Center’s Research & Grant Development Office (RGDO) offers ongoing learning opportunities for scholars seeking to advance their research, scholarship, and creative activities; enhance their grant-writing skills; and so improve their competitiveness for grants and fellowships. In addition to providing one-on-one mentorship, RGDO staff offer a variety of workshops for faculty and students each semester. Follow the link below for more details: