Intensive Writing Retreat Application
Are you ready to publish your research in a peer-reviewed journal and share it with a wider audience?
Do you need dedicated writing time and mentorship to turn your dissertation or research paper into a high-quality manuscript?
Do you want insider tips about getting published from TCU faculty and Native scholars who have done it?
Apply to join us for the next Intensive Writing Retreat!
The College Fund’s Faculty Development Office, with generous support from the Henry Luce Foundation, is hosting the 6th Intensive Writing Retreat for tribal college and university (TCU) faculty on October 27-28, 2022. These two-day, virtual writing retreats provide 8-10 faculty the opportunity to receive mentorship and training on:
- transitioning from writing a dissertation to writing journal articles
- developing a manuscript for publication
- conducting and writing a literature review
- Indigenous research methodologies
- the journal submission process
- translating your research into presentations
By the end of the retreat, you will have refined your concepts and outline, worked on (writing/editing) at least one section, received personalized feedback and support from senior scholars, and identified areas to prioritize after the retreat.
The deadline to apply is Friday, September 23, 2022. Applications will be reviewed by a small committee and faculty will be notified about the status of their application by Friday, September 30. Faculty accepted to the retreat must attend both days in full and will receive a $500 stipend.
DATES: October 27-28, 2022 (Thursday and Friday)
WHO: TCU faculty who want to develop a manuscript to submit to a peer-reviewed journal. Faculty at all experience levels are encouraged to apply—ranging from doctoral graduates with little experience to published authors wanting to improve their manuscripts.
PURPOSE: To assist TCU Faculty in the translation and dissemination of their research to TCU and non-TCU audiences.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, September 23, 2022