Successful Sabbaticals Panel
This event is in the past.
Date: October 7, 2022
Time: Noon to 1 p.m.
Location: Virtual event
Please note: this session was previously scheduled to take place in person but has been moved to virtual, please RSVP.
Is it time for me to take some time away from instruction and service to learn something new, focus on research, or finish that manuscript? Do I really have a good enough plan for a sabbatical? I don’t have time for a sabbatical – do I? How do I write a successful sabbatical application?
These questions and more will be answered by a panel of faculty who have recently taken sabbaticals.
By attending this session, you will be able to:
- Describe the benefits of taking regular sabbaticals.
- Strategize activities you would like to undertake during a sabbatical that are difficult, if not impossible, to do during the academic year.
- Identify application attributes that are most likely to receive a favorable Provost’s Office review.
- Identify strategies to maintain momentum after you return from a sabbatical.
- renee hoogland, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Julie Novak, Associate Professor, Communication, College of Fine, Performing & Communication Arts
- Preethy Samuel, Associate Professor, Occupational Therapy Program, Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
- Amanuel Tekleab, Professor, Management & Information Systems, Mike Ilitch School of Business
Joanna E Poe