Attend an upcoming workshop series focused on strategies for promotion and tenure success hosted by the ASU Faculty Women’s Association.

Listed below are the three FWA Spring Workshop Series sessions. Faculty members can register for any or all of the sessions. All sessions are also available via webcast. These sessions are free and open to all ASU faculty women and men.

To register for any of these sessions, email Karen Engler-Weber, FWA Coordinator Senior at Karen.Engler@asu.edu. In your registration, please specify if you will be attending in-person or via webcast.

University Promotion & Tenure Panel Discussion
Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015
noon-1:30 p.m.

Memorial Union (MU) Alumni Lounge 202, Tempe campus [map]
Available via webcast at all campuses
Lunch will be provided

A special panel discussion featuring recent members of the University’s Promotion & Tenure Committee. Moderated by Dr. Barry Ritchie, Vice Provost for Academic Personnel, the panel discussion will highlight observations of committee members as to what makes for a strong case for tenure, particularly in the areas of external reviewers, construction of one’s vita, developing the personal narrative, and addressing audiences outside of one’s discipline. Additionally, the panelists will seek to answer important questions from the audience, in an informal Q&A session. This is a great opportunity to gain expert insight into the promotion and tenure process!

Building Evidence of Effective Teaching
Monday, Feb. 9, 2015
noon-1:30 p.m.
Memorial Union (MU) Alumni Lounge 202, Tempe campus [map]
Available via webcast at all campuses
Lunch will be provided

Essential to any successful promotion and tenure case is evidence of effective teaching. In this special workshop session, Dean Duane Roen, College of Letters and Sciences, will discuss strategies for building evidence of effective teaching.

Preparing Your Portfolio for Review
Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015
noon-1:30 p.m.
Fulton Center (FULTN) 2490, Tempe campus [map]
Available via webcast at all campuses
Lunch will be provided

Preparing your portfolio for promotion/tenure review is arguably one of the most important aspects of a successful promotion/tenure case. In this important workshop, Dr. Barry Ritchie, Vice Provost for Academic Personnel, will discuss a variety of strategies and tips for putting together a strong portfolio for the review process.

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