Establishing a Publication Pipeline


Establishing a record of publications is integral for success in academic careers. Even more importantly though, it is a primary means for getting your work in the public domain. This session will assist current graduate students in navigating the publication process. Discussion with participants will include such topics as establishing writing plans, journal selection, and responding to feedback. In addition, productivity suggestions for juggling multiple projects as well as addressing “writer’s block” to ensure a smooth-running pipeline will be shared.

February 06, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm
Location: E-106 Martin Hall, Dean's Conference Room

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Presented by:

Dr. David Fleming

He is currently serving as Associate Dean in the Graduate School.

Educational/training background

Dr. Fleming’s research and service has culminated in the primary or co-authorship of over 120 articles and technical reports and over 100 state, national, and international presentations in the areas of teaching/learning processes in physical education/activity, program evaluation, and out-of-school time education programming. Dr. Fleming has been the principal investigator for over $4.5 million in grants and contracts. Currently, he is the Principal Investigator for GoalPOST (Goal-Oriented Performance in Out of School Time), a partnership between Clemson University and Anderson School Districts #1 and #4 as well as the Pickens County School District. The focus of the project is measuring the development of achievement goal orientations and academic achievement through an out of school time education program designed to foster a mastery learning environment. The project is funded by the USDOE.


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