Academic Portfolio Workshop
Monday-Thursday, June 15-18, 2015
1 Martine Avenue
White Plains, NY 10606
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Prep Meeting: Tuesday May 5th, New York City Campus
The June 2015 Academic Portfolio Workshop (APW) will be held At the Graduate Center in White Plains from June 15-18, 2015. The first meeting will take place Monday, June 15th at 10:00 AM in Room 208. This workshop allows faculty to work on one of three sections of their eDossier; teaching, research, or service.
For faculty who have never attended or completed a teaching portfolio workshop we recommend you work on the teaching section of your portfolio before your research or service sections. For faculty who have completed a teaching portfolio, you may decide which sections you would like to complete – research or service, not both.
This 4-day workshop is intensive. A first draft of your portfolio, emailed to your assigned mentor, is due to your assigned mentor no later than June 1st, 2015, before the start date, June 15th, 2015, of the APW. There will also be a synchronous meeting of all the registrants and mentors on Tuesday May 5th. The purpose of this meeting is to review all dates, the process and what is due to the mentors. This meeting will be held on Tuesday May 5th, 2015, from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm on the New York City Campus (room TBA). If you cannot make that meeting in person we will be conducting a web conference. To be of the most benefit, please consider registering only if you are willing and able to make the commitment required.
The first day, June 15th at 10:00 AM, you will be shown how to set up your ePortfolio to enable you to upload the portfolio you are working. Dossiers for tenure and/or promotion are now electronic (no longer paper) and the format Pace is currently using.
PLEASE NOTE: We cap the enrollment to 10-15 faculty depending on mentor availability. Your attendance on May 5th will reconfirm your participation in the APW. While sudden emergencies occur precluding attendance, reconfirming your attendance will allow us to admit faculty on the waiting list with enough time to submit a first draft. Please be thoughtful in making your commitment to this activity.