The 2012 Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Compact for Faculty Diversity/Institute for Teaching and Mentoring will be held in Tampa, Florida, Thursday, October 25- Sunday, October 28. Several of the PROMISE mentors have led sessions at the SREB conference in the past, including Dr. Johnetta Davis (Founding Co-PI for PROMISE at UM College Park), Dr. Wendy Carter-Veale (PROMISE Dissertation Coach), and Dr. Renetta Tull (PROMISE Director). Last year, 25 of our PROMISE AGEP graduate students from all campuses attended the 2011 SREB conference in Atlanta. As of 7/21/12, 7 students have been nominated for the 2012 conference, and others are on the waiting list.
This year, the PROMISE AGEP would especially like to encourage Instructors, Postdocs, and Assistant Professors to participate in the concurrent “Jr. Faculty Professional Development Conference” for SREB. This will be the 3rd year for this kind of extension. Here is the link with information: https://promiseagep.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/junior-faculty-conference-2012-tampa.pdf. Instructors, Postdocs, and Assistant Professors should seek funding from their respective departments for this worthwhile conference.
More about SREB – watch the video:
(See PROMISE Alumna and Former Peer Mentor, Dr. Frances Carter (Public Policy, UMBC) at 3:10-3:23.
- Annual PROMISE Summer Success Institute: August 17-18, 2012 @ UMBC & The Hotel at Arundel Preserve (promiseagep.wordpress.com)
- Postdoctoral Positions for Faculty Diversity at UMBC – Applications due in November (promiseagep.wordpress.com)
- 25+ Graduate Students from PROMISE: Maryland’s AGEP attend SREB conference in Atlanta (promiseagep.wordpress.com)
- Our paper on postdocs @WEPAN 2012, presented today, Columbus, OH (renettatull.wordpress.com)
UPDATE November 8, 2012
Photo of PROMISE Participants (subset) at the SREB Conference, Tampa, October 2012.