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Shaping Your Career: A Guide for Early Career Faculty
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Shaping Your Career: A Guide for Early Career Faculty (Paperback)

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Going beyond providing you with the tools, strategies, and approaches that you need to navigate the complexity of academic life, Don Haviland, Anna Ortiz, and Laura Henriques offer an empowering framework for taking ownership of, and becoming an active agent in shaping, your career.



This book recognizes, as its point of departure, that faculty are rarely prepared for the range of roles they need to play or the varied institutions in which they may work, let alone understand how to navigate institutional context, manage the politics of academe, develop positive professional relationships, align individual goals with institutional expectations, or possess the time management skills to juggle the conflicting demands on their time.



The book is infused by the authorsaEURO (TM) love for what they do, while also recognizing the challenging nature of their work. In demonstrating how you can manage your career, they weave in the personal and institutional dimensions of their experience, and offer vignettes from their longitudinal study of pre-tenure faculty to illustrate typical issues you may have to contend with, and normalize many of the concerns you may face as a new member of the academy.



This book offers you:



The resources, tips, and strategies to develop a strong, healthy career as a faculty member

Empowerment you take ownership of and become an active agent in shaping your career

Advice and strategies to help women and members of traditionally underrepresented racial and ethnic groups navigate institutional structures that affect them differently

An understanding of the changing nature of academic work, and of how to grow and succeed in this new environment



While explicitly addressed to early career faculty, this bookaEURO (TM)s message of empowerment is of equal utility for full-time faculty, both tenure-track and non-tenure track, and can usefully serve as a text for graduate courses. Department chairs, deans, and faculty developers will find it a useful resource to offer their new colleagues.

EducationEducation TheoryHigher & further education, tertiary educationEducationTeaching SkillsTeaching skills & techniques Publisher: Stylus Publishing Publication Date: 30/10/2017 ISBN-13: 9781620364444  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Don Haviland is professor in the Educational Leadership department at California State University, Long Beach. Has 25 years of experience in academic and student affairs, as well as educational research, and has extensive experience studying the faculty socialization and development process. As senior research associate at WestEd, he was part of a small team that evaluated the Preparing Future Faculty program, designed to prepare graduate students for the full range of faculty careers, for the National Science Foundation and the Annenberg Foundation. In his time at CSULB, he has studied a faculty development program around assessment and the expectations and experiences of full-time contingent faculty related to collegiality. His longitudinal study of 9 pre-tenure faculty through the first 6 years of their careers provides the empirical foundation for the proposed book. Anna M. Ortiz is department chair and professor of Educational Leadership at California State University, Long Beach. She has 27 years of experience in academic and student affairs. She has served as the new faculty mentorship coordinator for 7 years in the College of Education at CSULB and has coordinated and/or presented at several AERA Division J new faculty institutes and NASPA doctoral seminars, and is the inaugural Director of the NASPA Faculty Division. She has published extensively on the experiences of diverse students in higher education and on career issues for both student affairs administrators and faculty. Laura Henriques is a professor and former chair of Science Education in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at California State University, Long Beach. She has been at CSULB for 20 years and taught physics prior to that. She has mentored faculty and new department chairs, presented and published with ASTE and NARST, received multiple federal and privately funded grants, and served as the President of the California Science Teachers Association. She holds a BS in Physics and a Ph.D. in Science Education. Ann E. Austin is Professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education at Michigan State University.

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