Explore presentations and resources from various Minority Faculty Development Workshops. Watch directly, or download available content below.
This presentation was given by Paula Hammond (MIT) at the 2008 Cross-Disciplinary Initiative for Minority Women Faculty conference. It provides tips on where to publish, how to get started with the writing process, and characteristics of a well-developed paper that communicates the authors' findings effectively.
This presentation was given by Gilda Barabino (Georgia Institute of Technology) at the 2009 Minority Faculty Development workshop. It outlines why it is important to publish and how publishing ties into tenure. It also provides tips on preparing, writing, and submitting a manuscript and responding to reviews, including how to respond to a rejected paper.