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Spring 2021 Programs for Associate Professors

Please RSVP here for 1 or more of the sessions, then be sure to add these times to your calendar. Zoom links will subsequently be sent via Outlook calendar invitation prior to each session.

Thursday, January 28, 2-3:15pm

How does the challenge of work and family “balance” change for faculty after achieving tenure?  Join us for a discussion specific to mid-career faculty as we explore not only the unique considerations of this career stage but also strategies that can help achieve greater satisfaction in both realms of life. Slides from this session can be found here. 

Thursday, February 11, 2-3:30pm

Do you aim to become a full professor?  If so, join us for a guided workshop led by Dr. Vicki Baker to reflect upon what unique strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) might be relevant to realizing your goal.  Author of Charting Your Path to Full:  A Guide for Women Associate Professors, participants are sure to benefit from Dr. Baker’s expertise and enthusiasm. Slides from this session can be found here. 

Wednesday, March 17, 1:15-2:30pm

What type of mentorship would be most meaningful to you at this stage of your career?  Join us for an opportunity to learn more about the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity’s (NCFDD) model of a mentoring network, and leave with ideas for how you can cultivate the support you seek. Slides from this session can be found here and links to the the session documents can be found below. 

Mentee Needs Assessment 

Faculty Mentoring Needs Checklist 

Wednesday, April 7, 1:15-2:30pm

The dossier you assemble for promotion will reflect years of hard work, so how can you develop the strongest possible case for yourself?  Join us for a discussion to hear insights from those who have been through the process themselves, served as external reviewers for others in their fields, and participated in the evaluative process on different P&T committees. Slides from this session can be found here and links to the the session documents can be found below. 

Research Statement Checklist

O'meara Impact Handout

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