Team Science Building and Managing Your First Research Team

Register now at for this Team Science workshop on October 2, 10:30 am- 2:30 pm, at UGA Alderhold Hall, Room 116. Establishing and maintaining a productive research team is a difficult challenge across all stages of an academic's career. The science of good teamwork applies across an academic career from incorporating graduate students and post-docs to your first research team to crossing boundaries in the creation and maintenance of an interdisciplinary expert team. The workshop aims to develop the skills necessary to build and maintain your research team by leveraging existing teams research. Graduate students, post-docs, and all levels of academic faculty are all welcome to attend this workshop.


Workshop Details

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

10:30 am – 2:30 pm

University of Georgia: Aderhold Hall, Room 116

110 Carlton St.

Athens, GA. 30602


Topics Include

Basic teamwork concepts

Best practices when bringing your first team together

Building interdisciplinary collaboration

Handling team member change/exit

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