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The FSP Early Bird is About to Fly!

Wednesday, April 12, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Allison Van Buren
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The Faculty Success Program Early Bird Discount expires FRIDAY at midnight ET!

 

If you are planning to join us for our 12-week bootcamp this spring (May - August, 2017), why not register today and receive $500 off your tuition?

 

I hope this term has been highly productive for you, but if for any reason...

  1. You didn't accomplish your writing goals this term;
  2. You are walking into the summer feeling disappointed, frustrated, exhausted, and panicked that time is flying by without manuscripts leaving your desk;
  3. You can't afford to have another term end without significant progress on your writing projects; or
  4. You are just tired of working all the time and want to reclaim your health and your weekends,

then I hope you consider joining us.

 

 P.S. If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to email Bootcamp@FacultyDiversity.org

 

What Faculty are Saying About the Faculty Success Program
"Although life is still hectic, I feel that I now have the tools to navigate the challenging times and be actively engaged with both my family and academic endeavors."
"As a new mom, I was feeling overwhelmed with the prospect of going up for tenure while still being actively engaged with my family. The Faculty Success Program helped me to organize my life, set realistic goals for myself and learn how to say no! Being held accountable by my coach and small group helped me to develop a realistic strategic plan for my semester and consistently hold a weekly planning meeting. The strategic plan and weekly planning meetings have helped me to feel organized, put myself first and delegate work when appropriate/necessary. Although life is still hectic, I feel that I now have the tools to navigate the challenging times and be actively engaged with both my family and academic endeavors."

Laura A. Rice, PhD, MPT, ATP
Assistant Professor
Department of Kinesiology and Community Health
College of Applied Health Sciences
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign



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