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Resources for Faculty
Gail C. Murphy and Joanne M. Atlee provide seven tips for identifying the most impactful opportunities to take on and deciding how and when to say no gracefully.
This session presented at the 2017 Grace Hopper Conference covered strategies for balancing the demands of both academic and industry careers.
In this session, we will cover both current theories on educational pedagogy as well as very practical suggestions and resources to thrive in the classroom.
This presentation from the 2017 Grace Hopper Conference instructs students on how to establish career goals, and develop a research program.
This 2017 presentation at Grace Hopper mentored students on how to build a professional image that is “effective in giving others a positive perception of you and your abilities.”
Understanding the process of promotion and tenure proves difficult and stressful. This session attempts to take some mystery out of the process and provides practical advice for developing a successful promotion and tenure portfolio.
Explore ways of making professional connections and using them wisely.
Explore how to find a mentor and how to be a good mentor. This resource discusses building mentor relationships, challenges and barriers in mentoring others.
Academia is a demanding profession, learn from Lisa Landgraf how to balance life and working in the academic environment. This resource is targeted to new instructors.