Just super busy in the 3D world, as Janet calls it. Burning the candle at both ends. But I have a little time carved out tomorrow morning and I hope to get a blog post written then. And next week is spring break for us, so I hope to have more time then. In the meantime, let me offer a choice of blog posts running around in my head - vote in the comments by Friday morning, and I'll write the one with most votes.
- What microethics and macroethics are in the context of engineering education from my trip to Arizona State University 2 weeks ago
- A beginner's guide to NSF grantwriting, from my vast experience of PIing my first grant (went in yesterday, w00t!)
- A discussion on the future research brainstorm that engineering education researchers from Virginia Tech, Clemson, Utah State, and Purdue had last week in Washington, and how it led into a weird conversation with a lot of deans who didn't want to be there (and some who did - this was where I was last week)
- My plans for spring break
I know, doesn't that all sound riveting? :-) Let me know which one I should write tomorrow.
I want to hear about the weird conversation with the Deans.
Discussions please :)
I vote for the conversation with the deans :)
NSF grant writing please!!
Let me just say Spring is in the air.
NSF grand writing
Oooh, weird convo vs. PI-ing. It's neck and neck...
Weird conversation with Deans next time!
NSF grandwriting next time?
Is that a Terry Pratchett quote I see?
I vote NSF grantwriting - grants have been the main reason I don't want to be a "real" professor, and it'd be nice to get a perspective besides my advisor's.
It is indeed a Terry Pratchett quote. :-) And I'm obviously late on this post. I will get to it, I will...
Grant writing, please. Just submitted my first to NSF too and would be interested to see how your experience compares.