Faculty Development at ASU

Friday, October 14, 2016

This October, improvscience returns to the Arizona State University to expand the work of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute. Carlos Castillo-Chavez leads this community of researchers. He is recognized for his significant contribution to increasing the number of Ph.D.'s awarded to underrepresented minorities in applied mathematics.

Dr. Raquell Holmes of improvscience continues to build on previous visits to MTBI. Each time, faculty develop their mentoring capacity, gaining knowledge as to how to shape the direction, culture and productivity of their research group and helping students build their ability to advance their careers. This work is supported through funding from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to the Simon A. Levin Mathematical Computational Modeling Sciences Center.

If you would like to learn more about improvscience faculty development and student coaching, please e-mail training@improvscience.org.

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