Development Speaker Series

The ​Development Speaker Series, led by the Faculty Development Committee, is a series of workshops over the course of the year dedicated to enhancing our scholarship and our teaching.

Each brown bag lunch session ​is from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

201​8-2019 Development Speaker Series schedule

  • August 31 - Dr. Jack Baldauf, Associate Dean for Research, Texas A&M University College of Geosciences

    To facilitate Law School faculty participation in Texas A&M’s various research grant programs, Dr. Baldauf will present an overview of the types of research ongoing in the College of Geosciences that might benefit from collaborative engagement with law faculty. Our colleagues in Geosciences are doing cutting edge work on environmental protection/health, climate change impacts, the security-water-energy nexus, and ocean and coastal issues, among others. These topics understandably may be of most interest to those affiliated with our Natural Resources and IP programs, though others certainly are welcome and encouraged to attend.

  • September 5 - Panel on Conducting Empirical Research

    Panelists Susan Fortney, Hagler Fellow Tom Stipanowich, and Cason Schmit (from ​Texas A&M University's School of Public Health) will lead an exciting discussion on empirical methods, opportunities, practical pointers for execution, problems/pitfalls to avoid, and dissemination of results.

  • October 3 - Dr. James Izat, Texas A&M University's Research Development Office

    On his annual visit to the law school, Dr. Izat will lead a discussion on developing grant proposals, with a specific eye toward ​Texas A&M's Program to Enhance Scholarly and Creative Activities (PESCA), T3, and X-Grant programs.

  • January 29 - Workshop on Mentorship presented by John August, Texas A&M University Dean of Faculties

  • January 30 - Workshop on P&T and Post-Tenure Review presented by Blanca Lupiana, Texas A&M University Executive Dean of Faculties 

  • February 6 -  Overview of Clinical Programs presented by Prof. Luz Herrera, Associate Dean of Experiential Education

  • March 6 - Integrating Information Literacy into the Classroom presented by Library Faculty