Failing to Learn and Learning to Fail as Academics
Participants will learn how to lean into and leverage failures as powerful learning tools along the zig-zag path of teaching, researching, and writing in academia. Learn about the benefits of building and abandoning prototypes, fusing and remixing rejected ideas, and revisiting deadends.
This is a Zoom workshop.
You will receive a Zoom meeting link the day before the workshop.
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