Presentation Title

Where do I Begin? Teaching and Learning Support for Early Career Faculty and Faculty in New Positions

Proposal Format

Panel Discussion

Track Choices

Innovations in Organizational and Educational Development

Abstract

Moderated by Sherri Restauri: Taking a new position, whether it is your first in your new field, or transitioning to new position the same or at a different institution, requires faculty and staff to figure out a great deal quickly, including how to effectively teach and juggle other professional responsibilities. This session will provide helpful information whether you are in year one, year five, or beyond. Panelists will discuss tips and best practice resources that will help you to grow as an educator, to innovate in your individual area of performance, and to provide guidance on how to grow through collaboration and sharing good practices with colleagues. Scholarship recipients will also share their experiences and lessons learning on serving in the role of an early career faculty/staff member.

Location

Zoom Room 4

Start Date

16-7-2021 3:00 PM

End Date

16-7-2021 3:45 PM

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Where do I Begin? Teaching and Learning Support for Early Career Faculty and Faculty in New Positions

Zoom Room 4

Moderated by Sherri Restauri: Taking a new position, whether it is your first in your new field, or transitioning to new position the same or at a different institution, requires faculty and staff to figure out a great deal quickly, including how to effectively teach and juggle other professional responsibilities. This session will provide helpful information whether you are in year one, year five, or beyond. Panelists will discuss tips and best practice resources that will help you to grow as an educator, to innovate in your individual area of performance, and to provide guidance on how to grow through collaboration and sharing good practices with colleagues. Scholarship recipients will also share their experiences and lessons learning on serving in the role of an early career faculty/staff member.