Early Career Leadership Workshop
The Early Career Leadership Workshop is a three-day intensive, residential program designed to enhance the professional skills of early career faculty and postdoctoral scholars in STEM disciplines. Participants will gain skills in meeting facilitation and leadership, incorporating broader impacts into research, communicating science to the media, effective teaching in higher education, project management, and work-life integration.
Participants must be postdocs, junior faculty (assistant professor level) or STEM professionals who have received their PhD within 5 years of the workshop and are currently employed at a New Mexico academic institution or national laboratory. Lodging, meals, and workshop materials will be provided. Travel reimbursement may be available. Space is limited to 20 participants. Applicants do not need to be involved with the current EPSCoR award.
Early Career Leadership Workshops will be available in Year 2 (2019-2020) and Year 4 (2021-2022).
- Application Deadline: October 18, 2021
- Workshop Dates: January 9 - 11, 2022
- Location: Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge and Field Station
Associate Director, NM EPSCoR