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Setting Up Your Science Team for (Measuring) Success: A Team Science Workshop for Post Docs

November 18 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Are you worried about ways to keep your interdisciplinary team on track? Do you need advice about how to document your success for funders and other stakeholders?

Let us help you with our nationally recognized Team Science strategies!

Our free workshop on Setting Up Your Science Team for (Measuring) Success will teach you a number of best practices for evaluating your team’s progress. You will learn how the most successful and innovative science teams invest time and resources in assessment and evaluation, and how careful monitoring of team processes and outputs can help your team stay on target and reach its research goals. By selecting the most relevant and informative metrics, your team can demonstrate the full range of its impact for all stakeholders (e.g., funding agencies and community partners).

During the workshop, you will create an evaluation plan that will help you:

  • Align your team toward a clear shared mission
  • Ensure your team’s research goals are met
  • Improve your team’s culture for greater trust and psychological safety
  • Increase your team’s scientific impact and innovation

Reserve your seat by registering here: https://redcap.ictr.wisc.edu/surveys/?s=4R3RMXPNKJYNN4WK. The workshop is limited to 25 participants, so please register by Friday, November 11.

Created by UW-ICTR’s Team Science Core, this workshop will mix short didactic sessions and interactive activities with the goal of increasing your knowledge of and comfort with engaging in interdisciplinary research and team science.

Questions? Visit the UW-ICTR Team Science Core page or contact us at teamscience@ictr.wisc.edu.

Whitney Sweeney, PhD
Scientist, ICTR Team Science Core
University of Wisconsin-Madison

This workshop was created and organized by the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Team Science Core. Sponsored by the Office of Postdoctoral Studies.



November 18
9:00 am - 10:30 am
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