The PSO Scholarship Academy will provide knowledge, skills, time and support to focus on scholarly work.
The academy will assist PSO faculty and staff interested in disseminating their knowledge and learnings through policy papers, national conference presentations, and peer reviewed posters and articles. This 14-month program includes seven modules and an end of program symposium.
The deliverables for participants in the PSO Scholarship Academy include a completed manuscript with a plan for submission in an academic peer-reviewed journal, and one other scholarly product or activity (policy paper, conference presentation, poster presentation, ignite talks, etc.) that can come from the same body of research.
The academy is designed to provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and support structures, including coaches, mentors, and dedicated time, to successfully achieve the goals of the academy and complete the deliverables.
Expectations of the academy include active engagement and participation in all aspects of the program, which include in-person modules, inter-modular work with a mentor and a peer group and working as a participant pair.
|Kickoff and Research Basics
|Honing the Research Question
|First Writing Retreat
|Second Writing Retreat
|Data Collection & Writing
|Basic Data Analysis
|Scheduled Time with Mentors
|Writing the Article
|Third Writing Retreat
|Complete Draft of Article
|Finalizing the Article
|Scholarship Academy Concludes with End of Program Presentations and Celebration
- Most modules are to be delivered in-person.
- Inter-modular work will be expected between each module including a virtual meeting with a mentor and a peer group.
- For more information about the program, please contact: Paul J. Brooks, Associate Vice President, Public Service and Outreach at email@example.com or 706-542-6045; or Stacy Jones, Director, UGA Center for Continuing Education and Hotel, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-542-3451.