Monday, September 24, 2012
Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. / Regular sessions begin at 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Day starts at 8:00 a.m. / Last session begins at 3:30 p.m.
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New this Year: Pre-Conference Workshop!
This year’s Pre-Tenure Conference will include a pre-conference session on the morning of September 24, 2012. At 10:00 a.m., there will be a two-hour Promotion and Tenure Document Review session. This workshop will include meetings with tenured faculty to review P&T documents, along with structured peer-review sessions. There is room for 50 participants in this workshop. Please note that you must still register for the Conference (here) to attend this pre-conference session.
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The fellowship application is now available! Click here to access it.
2011 Purdue Conference for Pre-Tenure Women
The three things I learned at the Purdue Conference for Pre-Tenure
Women: on being a radical scholar
By Katie Clancy | SCIENTIFIC
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Advice on managing the academic career: Work-Life Balance
By Audrey Williams June
| THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
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Conversation Pieces: An exhibition of contemporary art from pre-tenure women faculty. Eleven artists have been invited to participate in this first ever event as part of the 2011 Conference for Pre-Tenure Women.
Job Satisfaction and Gender
32 Colleges Are Named Most Friendly to Junior Faculty
Plenary speakers include:
- Sara Laschever, author, speaker, and researcher on women’s life and career obstacles
- Mary Dankoski, Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, Vice
Chair for Faculty and Academic Affairs, Department of Family Medicine, Lester D. Bibler Scholar and Associate
Professor of Family Medicine
- Caroline S. Turner, Professor, California State University, Sacramento,
Professor Emerita, Arizona State University
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We wish to thank and acknowledge those involved with the planning of this year’s conference.
Purdue Conference for Pre-Tenure Women Steering Comittee:
Director, Native American Educational and Cultural Center
Director, Latino Cultural Center
Patrice Buzzanell, Ph.D.
Professor, W. Charles and Ann Redding Faculty Fellow in the Department of Communication, College of Liberal Arts
Ileana Cortes Santiago
Ph.D. Student, Literacy and Language Education, College of Education
Monica F. Cox, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Engineering Education, College of Education
Melissa J. Dark, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Assistant Dean, Department of Computer & Information Technology, College of Technology
Carolyn Johnson, Ph.D.
Director, Diversity Resource Office
Linda Mason, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, The Graduate School and Professor of Entomology, College of Agriculture
Shannon McMullen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Visual and Performing Arts, College of Liberal Arts
Director, Black Cultural Center
Purdue Conference for Pre-Tenure Women Organizers:
Beverly Davenport Sypher, Ph.D.
Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Chair, Butler Center for Leadership Excellence
Managing Director, Butler Center for Leadership Excellence
Director, Women’s Resource Network
View 2010 Conference Schedule