The ASU Faculty Women’s Association is pleased to host a panel discussion featuring recent members of the University’s Promotion & Tenure Committee. Moderated by 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 event will also be available via webcast for faculty not able to attend in person. Participants viewing the webcast will also have the opportunity to email in questions for the panelists during the broadcast.

This event is free and is open to all ASU faculty women and men. This is a brown bag session, bring your lunch—and your questions!

“Brown Bag” Workshop:  University Promotion & Tenure Panel Discussion
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
noon-1:30 p.m.
Memorial Union, Alumni Lounge (MU 202)
Register by January 24 to Karen Engler at karen.engler@asu.edu, and specify whether you will attend or view the webcast

Featured panelists to include:

  • Daniel Buttry, chair and professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Deborah Clarke, associate dean of Faculty and professor of English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Ajay Vinze, associate dean of International Programs and professor, W.P. Carey School of Business

 

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