March 7, 2023 - 12 PM EST | 5 PM GMT
Margaret-Mary Sulentic Dowell, PhD, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA | Leah Katherine Saal, PhD, Loyola Unversity – Maryland, Baltimore, USA | Cynthia Fontcuberta DiCarlo, PhD, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA | Tynisha D. Willingham, PhD, Mary Baldwin Univesity, Staunton, VA, USA
This generative and dynamic presentation is geared toward doctoral students, newly-minted PhDs, and novice researchers, and specifcally introduces strategic, targeted scholarly writing productivity supports that build discipline and writing skill. Scholarly, academic writing can seem mystifying at times. Being a successful academic means that a new scholar becomes productive by translating ideas into research and research into publications. Publishing productivity may vary by institution. However, publications define a scholar’s contributions to his or her field. Significant preparation and intentional, strategic thinking is involved in realizing a successful career as an academic.