Brown Bag Lunch Club

Remember, it’s only brown bag if you don’t RSVP on time!

UPCOMING EVENTS

TBA

Stay tuned for more Brown Bag Lunch Club meetings this semester!

 

PAST EVENTS

2017-2018:
  • Monday, September 17: Navigating academic relationships
  • Thursday, November 15: How to prepare a syllabus

 

2016-2017:
  • Tuesday, April 11: Writing for Publication
  • Thursday, Dec. 1 @ noon: Writing Studio workshop
  • Thursday, Oct. 20 @ noon: How to Grad School
2015-2016:
  • Wednesday, Oct. 21: Job Search
  • Thursday, Oct. 9: The End is Near: Jobs, Fellowships, and a 6th year
  • Thursday, Oct. 2: Travel and Reimbursement BBLC [handout]
  • Tuesday, Sept. 2: Representatives from the IRB will join us for an information session and Q&A.
2013-2014
  • October 3: Peabody technology resources (w/ special guest Brian Smokler)
  • October 15: Create your website
  • January 23: Student handbook revision w/ Melissa
  • February 3: New professor (and post doc) w/ Annie, Erica, Eve, Katie, Min-joung, & Nate
2012-2013
  • August 31: Wiki in the university
  • September 25: How do I write this Thing (aka the dissertation)?
  • November 1: IRB
  • November 15: Departmental supports for doc students (aka LEAF), Dean Craig Anne Hefflinger (guest)
  • January 30: Tech Tools (citation software presentation & peer knowledge sharing)
  • April 3: Job Seekers
2011-2012
  • December 9: Marta Kobiela presents Drs. Paul Cobb, Rogers Hall, and Kevin Leander:  “Applying for Jobs and Reading Job Opening Postings”
  • November 9: Katie Taylor (guest Jen Holt):  “Academic Writing”\
  • October 11: Marta Kobiela (guests Dr. Leona Schauble and Dr. Debbie Rowe):  “CVs and Cover Letters”
  • February 24: “What’s on the other side?: Leaving Vanderbilt and going to work”
  • March 14: Professors talk about their writing
  • April 5: Tech Tools
2010-2011
  • Wednesday, April 6: Blaine Smith and Dr. Derek Bruff in Rotunda:  “Visual Tools for Presenting Ideas to Students or Colleagues”  [resources]
  • Thursday, March 3: Marta Kobiela:  “Transcription and Video Analysis Software”
  • Wednesday, February 9: Tanya Flushman and Jasmine Ma: “IRB!”
  • Thursday, November 4: Jasmine Ma:  “Technology Tips”
2009-2010
  • Wednesday, May 12:  “CV BBLC”
  • Thursday, April 8: BBLC Q&A edition
  • Wednesday, October 14: Kara Jackson and Amy Cassata-Widera: “What’s this post-doc business all about?”
2008-2009
  • Thursday, April 9:  Julie Justice: “What I know now:  Looking back at grad school as a new faculty member”
  • Thursday, March 19: Jasmine Ma: “Technology Show and Tell” [Resources] [pdf]
  • Tuesday, February 10: Jud Laughter: “Teaching Teachers to be Change Agents”
  • Tuesday, January 20:  Tara Alvey and Chris Keyes: “Cases that follow cases for building pedagogical knowledge: Constructing meaning in multimedia case reports”
  • Thursday, November 6: Patrick Tiedemann shares his proposal topic, “Literacy as negotiation: Conceptualizing the network of negotiations that comprise 21st century literacy”
  • Wednesday, September 17: 1st and 2nd year project review
2007-2008
  • Thursday, March 2: Hosted by Dennis Davis
  • Wednesday, March 12: Hosted by Betsy Watson, Tanya Flushman, Brian Rose, and Mikel Cole: “I didn’t know you studied that!”
  • Thursday, February 28: Hosted by Julie Justice and Kerry Hofer: “Understanding the Job Search Process So That You Can Be Doing Now What Will Land You Your Dream Job Several Years From Now “
  • Tuesday, February 12: Hosted by Chuck Munter: “A Collaborative Interaction Analysis of Video Data”
  • Friday, February 1: Jasmine Ma, Technology Edition [pdf]
  • Tuesday, November 13: Sue Ganguly