The RSE Workshop Series
The College of Doctoral Studies’ Research and Scholarship Enterprise (RSE) offers a variety of workshops for students, faculty, and alumni. Below, you will find workshop calendar, including titles and dates of upcoming workshops. Generally, courses will be offered in the evening to accommodate participants in all time zones. All workshops are offered at 7-8 pm Eastern time zone so please adjust. Feel free to reach out to us if you have an idea for a future workshop.
Workshops may be recorded. By attending, participants consent to the recording of the workshop.
To find the full 2021 workshop schedule please visit this page.
To find the full 2020 workshop schedule please visit this page.
Attending a Workshop
There are two ways to easily access workshops:
1. Using a Google Chrome or Firefox browser, you can access any workshop by clicking on the Collaborate link. As you login to Collaborate please add your name and role at UOPX (i.e., Faculty, Student, Alumni, Staff, External).
2. Using phone dialing +1-571-392-7650 PIN: 587 656 6322
To access the Collaborate help site for additional information go to this site.
After attending a workshop please provide us with your feedback by completing this very brief Survey (less than 1 minute).
If you are a participant who needs captions to participate in a course room session, please contact the disability services office. You may reach an advisor via email (DisabilityADAquestions@phoenix.edu) or via phone (480) 557-1157. Participants may also complete the request for accommodations form (login required) to request captions and any other accommodations that are needed. Please note that the University hires an external agency to provide closed captions and will need sufficient notice to obtain services. Participants should contact the disability services office as soon as possible to request accommodations.
Note for faculty in California: This is a non-compensable activity. Participation in College of Doctoral Studies workshops and activities is not job related, there is no benefit or detriment to participation, no unwritten expectation that you participate, and no critical work information will be conveyed.