Faculty Development Workshops

Your B.I. Legacy

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BROADER IMPACT LEGACY
KICK-OFF & WORKSHOP

How will you change the world with your research and teaching?

A Broader Impact (BI) Legacy Document is a narrative created by a faculty member that details why they chose their field and how they want to change the world with their research. The document is meant to complement and enhance their research agenda. It can strengthen their promotion and tenure dossier, applications for research support, and bids for partnership with UWB and external organizations.

Participants will articulate their BI Identity by wrapping a narrative around the personal elements of: Self, Capacity, Institution, Scholarship, Society, and Discipline or Field.

Events are led by Dr. Ann McMahon and Dr. Julie Risien from Oregon State University. Dr. Risien serves as an advisor to the OSU Office of Research Development and the NSF-funded Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education. Dr. Risien is also a steering committee member on the NSF-funded National Alliance for Broader Impacts. 

Registration Info

BI LEGACY KICK-OFF EVENT - Register now
OCTOBER 25  |  4-7:30 PM  |  HUSKY HALL 1160
SERVING WINE & REFRESHMENTS

BI LEGACY WORKSHOP 9AM-12PM - Register now
OCTOBER 26  |  UW1-103  

BI LEGACY WORKSHOP 1-4PM - Register now
OCTOBER 26  |  UW1-103  

The BI Legacy Kick-Off event is limited to 50 participants.
Each identical BI Legacy Workshop session is limited to 25 participants.
You may register for the Kick-Off Event and one of the two identical BI Legacy Workshops.

Hosted by the Office of Research.
Contact Ann McMahon with questions at mcmahon4@uw.edu.