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Advancing to Full, Nov. 14, 2013 – View the streaming video the annual panel discussion that offers tips and strategies to help new and junior faculty prepare for promotion. Participants include Karen Horton, Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology; Mike Kinnison, Professor of Evolutionary Applications; John Kidder, Human Resources Partner, Jennifer Moxley, Professor of English; and Michael Wittmann, Professor of Physics and Cooperating Associate Professor of Education.

 Advancing to Professor, March 24, 2011 – Watch a streaming video from this networking event offered in support of faculty seeking promotion to professor. Discussion included topics relevant to service on a peer committee and advice and tips for faculty in the academic pipeline.

ADVANCING WOMEN IN ACADEMIA: A Networking Conference – Enjoy the keynote speech from our first and second annual conferences, delivered by Dr. Kelly Ward of Washington State University (2012) and Dr. Jaime Lester of George Mason University (2013).  The presentations, titled Female Faculty and the Academic Career: Early and Mid Career Perspectives and Women Can’t Have it All? Work-Life Issues in Higher Education highlight faculty issues that disproportionately affect women including integration of teaching, research and service; work and family concerns; and faculty diversity in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Streaming videos of the interactive workshops conducted at the 2013 conference can be viewed using the links below.

Fostering Civility – Workplace Bullying in Higher Education: Dr. Jaime Lester

Negotiating for What you Want: Dr. Anne Litwin

Complimentary copies of the presentations made at our annual networking conference are also  available on DVD – call the  ADVANCE Rising Tide Center to request yours.


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