One West University Boulevard, Brownsville, Texas 78520 | 956-882-8200

Publish and Flourish

Want to publish scholarly papers, textbooks, popular articles or online materials and connect with others that do also?

This monthly Faculty Writing Club is for you.

The Club is hosted by Louis Falk and Betsy Price to provide assistance to begin and maintain your scholarly writing activities.

Faculty writing clubs at other universities have assisted faculty to set scholarship goals, brainstorm how to overcome obstacles, provide editing, and relay best practices for how to work with publishers to get published.

Bring a draft abstract, notes you have developed on supporting evidence, and a literature review. At the end of the each meeting you will have fine tuned your abstract, learned best practices on how to organize your work, and effectively incorporated references.

Who should attend: This workshop is for veterans as well as new faculty, graduate students, and staff writing scholarly works.

Club Dates 

This club meets the first Saturday of each month from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon. The meeting leaders will vary, guest mentors will be on hand, and there will be plenty of faculty mentors. You may come to the some or all of the meetings.

Dates:  Saturday, October 27, November 10, December, 8

Time: 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Where: UBLB 2.206 (New Library)

RSVP: Click here to Register.


Dr. Louis Falk has achieved over fifty blind peer reviewed publications and over fifty presentations at national and international conferences.  He was a guest editor for the Journal of Business Management and change, currently he is a Editorial Board Member for the Journal of Business Management and Change, Board of Directors Member for the International Academy of Business Disciplines, and an Editorial Board Member for the Competition Forum.

Betsy Price has authored over 30 articles on science and technology education, developed two online higher education learning programs: The Genetic Science Learning Center and Adjunct Impact, conducted evaluations for online textbook development: Biology:Exploring Life, written an information book on governance of educational technology: Managing Technology in Our Schools, and produced three radio shows.


Publishing and Marketing Your Scholarly Book: Videos of a panel of experts familiar with editing, promotion and funding for publication offer advice to academics new to the publishing world, and explain the journey from manuscript to published book.

For comments and questions, please contact the Webmaster.