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"ACCLIMATE Workshop for Visiting Scholars" 11 posts Sort by created date Sort by defined ordering View as a grid View as a list

Pre-Workshop Task: SMART Goals

The Pre-Workshop tasks include a preliminary assignment for setting goals and writing a paragraph-length introductory biography as well as reminders about completing the IDI assessment and an individual debrief.

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The syllabus outlines the specific themes and topics covered in the workshop as well as the specifics about the administration of the workshop series.

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Week 01 - Intro & Campus walking tour (Amazing Race)

This first workshop provides an overview of the requirements for the workshop series and program requirements. This is followed by a walking tour of central campus which also facilitates the homework activity, The Amazing Race.

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Week 06 - Discovering Your Personal Brand

This workshop focuses on helping international scholars to discover their value-add as someone working in their field who has the advantage of international experience and requisite skills inherent to being successful in an international setting.

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Week 07 - Emotional Resilience 2

This workshop revisits concepts of emotional resilience from Week 02 and identify what has changed, what has and has not worked, and what comes next.

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Week 08 - Capstone

This final workshop focuses on incorporating all the skills and concepts covered by the series into the next challenge for the visiting scholars: presenting on their research to an undergraduate technology classroom. This can be tailored to the specific unit scholars are working in and the specific expectations of their hosts and supervisors.

 

NB: I offer to the scholars that handouts provided are not intended to imply that they are believed to be inexperienced or ignorant of presentation skills or practices, rather that there may be cultural differences in the way presentations are made and at the very least the terminology used may be useful to them as non-native speakers of English.

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https://hubicl.org/toolbox/tools/446/objectives

iLEAD Pre-Loneliness/Belongingness Survey is provided as a post and retro-pre assessment to all visiting scholars participating in the ACCLIMATE program.

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