through September 17, 2019
(a 6-week online workshop)
Dates: August 13 - September 17, 2019
Facilitator/Presenter - Rich Furman, MSW, PhD
This six-week online distance workshop is designed to empower scholars, doctoral students and practitioners to increase their ability to write and publish. It adopts a strengths-based, developmental approach that deconstructs strategies unknown to most scholars. Conducted by an Rich Furman, coach, therapist and professor, participants personalize lessons to meet their scholarly goals and dreams through writing exercises, on-line discussions, weekly group conference calls and video lectures. This workshop helps participants master skills and knowledge within four domains:
1) Writing productivity
2) The ins and outs of writing articles, books and dissertations
3) Managing the journal selection, submission and peer review processes
4) The psychosocial barriers that inhibit these three other domains. This last area is a special focus and expertise of the facilitator and makes this course a unique and fulfilling experience.
- Master methods of writing productivity.
- Make significant progress on longer projects (books and dissertations), or complete and submit an academic article.
- Develop tools for breaking through personal blocks and barriers that hinder writing productivity and scholarly success.
- Develop life-long and regular practices for successful writing
Live Group Calls: Each week everyone will participate in a group conference call.
Calls will be held on Tuesdays for 1.5 hours.
Choice of time for live call: (choose one)
- 10:00 am US Eastern time, 7 am Pacific time.
- 8:00 pm US Eastern time, 5 pm Pacific time
Orientation call for all participants on Tuesday, August 6th at 10:00 AM.
Your registration is complete only upon receipt of the registration fee. If you need assistance, email [email protected].
Registration Fee: (US dollars)
- $450 students
- $550 general public
(After July 15th, a $100 late fee will be added to the registration.)
About the presenter:
Rich Furman, MSW, PhD, is Professor of Social Work at the University of Washington Tacoma and author of the acclaimed, “Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles.” Rich’s mission is to empower academics to maximize their strengths and transcend their psychosocial barriers so they can build powerful careers and thrive. In addition to having conducted workshops around the world on scholarly writing and publishing, he provides individualized coaching to doctoral students and scholars of all academics ranks, in all academic and professional disciplines. He is the author of over 15 books and over 120 peer-reviewed articles. His areas of interest include globalization and social work, men and masculinities, the criminalization of immigration, and expressive qualitative methodologies.
50% refund for any cancellations up to four weeks before course starts. 25% refund for any cancellations up to two weeks before. No refunds after course starts.