Join Dr. Lindsay Masland & The Center for Academic Excellence for a productive faculty writing retreat!
Whatever your writing goals, working in a group for a focused amount of time can give you the momentum to start, re-organize, or complete a project. After setting and sharing goals for the day, we will work for extended blocks of time.
Throughout the week, there will be opportunities to consult with colleagues from the Office of Research and University Libraries for any funding or research/library services you may need.
Participants will meet on the following days from 9:00am-3:00pm, location TBD
- Monday, 5/18/2020
- Tuesday, 5/19/2020
- Wednesday, 5/20/2020
- Thursday, 5/21/2020
About the Facilitator:
Dr. Lindsay Masland
Early-Career Faculty Coordinator, Center for Academic Excellence
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
Lindsay Masland is an Associate Professor of Psychology and the Coordinator for Early Career Programs for the Center for Academic Excellence at Appalachian State. She serves as a Consulting Editor for the journal Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology and is active in Division 2 of the American Psychological Association, which focuses on the dissemination of research-based practices in teaching and learning. Lindsay teaches courses in education, psychology, and statistics to future teachers and school psychologists at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Her research interests lie at the intersection of academic motivation, effective teaching practices, and social justice, and her passion is to help educators make instructional choices that lead to transformative educational experiences for the wide variety of students they find in their classrooms. When she's not busy spouting off about research-based teaching, Lindsay can be found cooking, running, tap dancing, crafting, and performing musical theatre. Usually not at the same time.