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AWIS Webinar - Creating an Associate Professors Community
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Network and collaboration building are constants in the development of a professional career. Creating communities of mutual interest, in this case an Associate Professors Community, can help academic scientists find new ways to manage transitions in their careers and their lives away from campus. This webinar will explore the structure and the rewards of creating an Associate Professors Community.

6/4/2014
When: 06/04/2014
12:00 - 1:00 PM EDT
Presenter: Marcia Gumpertz, Ph.D. & Betsy E. Brown, Ph.D.
Contact: Ric Weibl
703.894.4490


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Creating an Associate Professors Community
Wednesday, June 4th @ 12:00 pm EDT

Network and collaboration building are constants in the development of a professional career. Creating communities of mutual interest, in this case an Associate Professors Community, can help academic scientists find new ways to manage transitions in their careers and their lives away from campus. This webinar will explore the structure and the rewards of creating an Associate Professors Community.

SPEAKERS:


Marcia Gumpertz, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice Provost for Faculty Diversity
Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity
North Carolina State University


Betsy E. Brown, Ph.D.
Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
North Carolina State University


WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Academic program, department, and college leaders, professional development staff, ADVANCE folks


SPEAKER BIOS:

Dr. Marcia Gumpertz is Assistant Vice Provost for Faculty Diversity and Professor of Statistics at North Carolina State University. Her charge is to promote faculty diversity, facilitate campus actions to enhance climate, and support faculty success. In 2006 she collaborated with the Provost’s Office to develop NC State’s Assistant Professors’ Community. In 2013 this Community served as the model for the Associate Professors’ Community. Gumpertz served as principal investigator on NC State’s NSF-funded ADVANCE-PAID project, which initiated two workshop series, the Leadership for a Diverse Workshop series for mid-career faculty and the Climate Workshop Series for Department Heads, and developed a core group of faculty who serve as change leaders promoting faculty diversity.

Dr. Betsy Brown serves as Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs at NC State University. Her responsibilities include faculty evaluation, faculty development, and faculty awards. She has conducted leadership development programs for a number of groups, including workshops for faculty and department heads as part of NC State’s National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant. She is co-author with Gretchen M. Bataille of Faculty Career Paths: Multiple Routes to Academic Success and Satisfaction (2006, ACE Higher Education Series, Greenwood Press) and author of Supporting Early Career Faculty in Effective Practices for Academic Leaders (2006), published by Stylus Publishing. She holds an adjunct appointment in the Adult and Higher Education program at NC State.

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