NAHSA to Present Tenure Academy for Doctoral Students
Are you a doctoral student seeking a tenure-track position? Or maybe you have a faculty post but would like guidance navigating the promotion and tenure process? Plan to attend a Tenure Academy in Chicago, April 15-16, being held as a preconference event of the American Educational Research Association annual meeting.
Presented by the National Association of Holmes Scholars Alumni (NAHSA), this second annual event will provide the latest strategies for navigating the tenure and promotion process.
Doctoral students, including AACTE Holmes Scholars®, and current faculty will have the opportunity to hear from nationally recognized researchers on how to successfully meet the expectations of research-based, teaching-intensive, and clinically rich institutions. Mentors will assist attendees in designing individualized tenure and promotion agendas and will provide ongoing support throughout the tenure process.
A valued partner of the AACTE Holmes Scholars Program, NAHSA continually provides professional development for minority and underrepresented higher education faculty and candidates.
Participation in the Tenure Academy is free for NAHSA members and AACTE Holmes Scholars if they register by March 15. Others interested in attending may register for $125. Visit www.nahsa.com for more information.
The AACTE Holmes Scholars® Program, one of the Association’s hallmark offerings on diversity, will be featured in a variety of sessions at the 67th Annual Meeting in Atlanta, February 27-March 1, including a preconference session February 26. Visit aacte.org for more information about the Annual Meeting.
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