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Mid-career faculty actively seek professional satisfaction and personal well-being in their careers at the departmental and institutional level, however, a growing body of research tells us that the policies and practices in place at colleges and universities do not always support this goal. The forthcoming book, Success After Tenure: Supporting Mid-Career Faculty, aims to examine the issue under a critical lens and offer inspiration - and reality checks - to the administrators, faculty developers, and department chairs charged with better supporting their faculty.
This webinar, “Success After Tenure: Lessons in Engaging Mid-Career Faculty” will offer an inside take on the themes of the book and provide real-world best practices from practitioners in the field.
Attendees of this webinar will gain an understanding of:
- The innovative programs that provide support and development opportunities to mid-career faculty
- Trends and common themes uncovered in the process of editing Success After Tenure
- Best practices that have led to effective engagement of mid-career faculty
Presenters include lead editor of Success After Tenure, Vicki L. Baker; contributing author, Todd Benson; and Anne Marie Canale and Cheryl Herdklotz from the Faculty Career Development team at the Rochester Institute of Technology, whose COACHE data validates their successful implementation of programs for the professional and organizational development of mid-career faculty at their institution.
All registrants will receive the recording and presentation slides for the webinar, as well as a discount code for the book, Success After Tenure: Supporting Mid-Career Faculty.
About the speakers
Vicki L. Baker received her Ph.D. in Higher Education from Pennsylvania State University. Currently, Vicki is a professor of Economics and Management at Albion College and an instructor in Business Administration at Pennsylvania State University’s World Campus. She is the lead author of Developing Faculty in Liberal Arts Colleges: Aligning Individual Needs and Organizational Goals, lead editor for Success After Tenure: Supporting Mid-Career Faculty, and primary author of the forthcoming book Charting your Path to Full: A Guide for Women Associate Professors.
Anne Marie Canale has over 25 years of experience in higher education to her role in faculty development ranging from instructional design, learning, to online teaching and learning, project management, and the integration of educational technologies. Currently, she is a part of the Faculty Career Development (FCD) team at Rochester Institute of Technology who work on the research, design and development of a continuum of faculty programs and services for all RIT faculty.
Cheryl Herdklotz earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a minor in Library Management from University of Wisconsin-Madison. Currently, she works as a consultant with the the Faculty Career Development (FCD) team at the Rochester Institute of Technology in the research, design and development of a continuum of faculty programs and services for all RIT faculty.
R. Todd Benson received his Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership and Policy from Vanderbilt University College of Arts & Science. Currently, Todd works as the Associate Director for the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He is responsible for the overall administration of the COACHE Survey as well data analysis and reporting.