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Thursday, April 9 • 3:15pm - 4:40pm
TH3.15.20 Getting Tenure/Promotion I--Teaching/Service Strategies.

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Transition to a tenure track position in higher education is often filled with stumbling blocks. One challenge is the transition from a focus on research (as a PhD student) to the three legged stool of research, teaching, and service. The process of managing these demands can be quite daunting and new Assistant Professors feel out of balance. This colloquy will discuss strategies for successfully maneuvering the landscape of research, teaching, and service. Panelist will provide strategies and engage in dialogue regarding pitfalls to be avoided during the tenure process in relation to teaching and service. Topics to be addressed include mentorship, use of technology, peer and student teaching evaluations, new course preps, types of service, and good department citizenship.

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Andy Carswell

University of Georgia
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David Perry

University of Illinois at Chicago
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Mara Sidney

Rutgers University-Newark
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Jocelyn Taliaferro

Associate Professor & Director of The Graduate Program, North Carolina State University
If you only look at what is, you might never attain what could be!

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Jocelyn Taliaferro

Associate Professor & Director of The Graduate Program, North Carolina State University
If you only look at what is, you might never attain what could be!

Thursday April 9, 2015 3:15pm - 4:40pm
Trinity (2nd floor)