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5th Annual Conference for Pre-Tenure Women, September 22-23, 2014 at Purdue University

was a huge success! Please take a few moments and complete the evaluation, which can be found here. Your feedback is critical to the Pre-Tenure Conference's future developement.

 


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5th Annual CONFERENCE FOR PRE-TENURE WOMEN September 22-23, 2014 at Purdue University

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Keynote Speaker, “Writing, Procrastination, and Resistance: How to Identify Your Writing Blocks and Move Through Them,” Kerry Ann Rockquemore, President and CEO of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity. Click Here for Slides and Resources to Dr. Kerry Ann Rockquemore’s presentation.

"Your Plan to Tenure" - Dr. S. Laurel Weldon, Interim Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, Purdue University.

"Stories from Successful Women" Brenda M. Capobianco, Associate Professor of Science Education, Department of Curriculum & Instruction and Interim Director, Discovery Learning Research Center, Purdue University. Venetria K. Patton, Professor and Director of the African American Studies & Research Center, Purdue University

Breakout sessions focused on developing the promotion and tenure package, building alliances, and making a plan towards tenure

  • “Making 3rd Year Review Work for You,” Takiyah Nur Amin, Assistant Professor of
    Dance, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • “An Overview of the History of Legal Protections for Women in the Workplace
    and Discussion on Present-Day Challenges Unique to Women at Work,” Monica Bloom, Director of
    the Office of Institutional Equity, Purdue University
  • “Crafting Lives that Work: Managing Your Energy and Work-Life Boundaries,”
    Ellen Ernst Kossek, Research Director, Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence and
    Basil S. Turner Distinguished Professor of Management at Purdue University’s Krannert School of
    Management
  • “From Standard to Spectacular: 10 Steps to CV Perfection!,” Takiyah Nur Amin,
    Assistant Professor of Dance, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • “Dual Careers,” Pam Nesbitt, Director of Academic Units and Employee
    Communication, Vice President for Human Resources, Purdue University
  • “An Overview of the History of Legal Protections for Women in the Workplace
    and Discussion on Present-Day Challenges Unique to Women at Work,” Monica Bloom, Director of
    the Office of Institutional Equity, Purdue University

 

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4th Annual CONFERENCE FOR PRE-TENURE WOMEN September 26-27, 2013 at Purdue University

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Keynote Speakers

"When the Ivory Tower is a Glass House: Thriving in Tokenized Contexts" - Yolanda Flores Niemann -

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Senior Vice Provost, University of North Texas
editor, Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia (Utah State UP, 2012)

"Sharing Your Best Self in a Vulnerable Time: How to Tell Your Story" - Kathy L. Guthrie
Assistant Professor of Higher Education, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Florida State University

"Engagement, Research, Teaching" - by Jay McCann

"Stories from Successful Women" Assistant Professor of Higher Education, Department of Educational Ellen Ernst Kossek, Ventria Patton, Maryann Santos de Barona

Session topics include

Breakout sessions focused on developing the promotion and tenure package, building alliances, and making a plan towards tenure

  • Your plan to Tenure
  • From Graduate Student to Faculty Member
  • Navigating Difficult Climates
  • The Other Side of the Table: Ask questions of a newly tenured faculty member to get her take on what the tenure process looked like.

 

 


 

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How to survive and thrive by asking the right questions
By Wendy C Crone

Planning for Success: A View from Department Heads
By Purdue Department Heads
Click here to access handout

Managing Work-Life Relationships in the Flexible Job Age: What Women Academics Should Know
By Ellen E Kossek
Click here to access article

GPS for your Career: Mapping Your Course to Faculty Vitality
By Mary Dankoski

How to measure impact in the Promotion and Tenure Packet: What counts?
By Tenure Task Force Panel

View 2012 Conference Schedule

 

2011 Conference highlights:

The three things I learned at the Purdue Conference for Pre-Tenure Women: on being a radical scholar
By Kate Clancy | SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
Click here to access article

Your Plan to Tenure
By Beverly Davenport Sypher
Click here to access document

Friday Plenary
By Mary Dankoski

Salary Negotiation
By Sara Laschever

Supplemental Material
Job Satisfaction and Gender
32 Colleges Are Named Most Friendly to Junior Faculty

View 2011 Conference Schedule

 

2010 Conference highlights:

Mobilizing Women's Inclusive Leadership Skills
By Gertrude Fraser and Kathleen Wong (Lau)

Taking Control of Your Success
By Mildred Garcia

Smart Moves for Smart Women
By Leslie Crumpton-Young

View 2010 Conference Schedule

 

Conference for Pre-Tenure Women Organizers:

Katie Pope
Managing Director, Butler Center for Leadership Excellence

Ileana Cortes Santiago

Graduate Assistant

Tammy Hoffman

Administrative Assistant