The most recent data provided by member schools reveal significant statistics regarding tenure and part-time faculty positions. The implications of these data will vary from school to school, but leaders can engage in discussion around the issues using a few simple questions.
Julia Kostova, senior editor in the humanities at Oxford University Press, and Patrick Alexander, director of the Pennsylvania State University Press, present helpful reasons and strategies for self-promotion. The recording includes 20 minutes of presentation and a half hour of important questions and responses.
Brooke Lester, director of digital learning and assistant professor of Hebrew Scriptures at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, describes important benefits of online engagement, particularly for new faculty. He incorporates creative suggestions for moving from in-person to online environments and addresses how formation can take place in a “content-specific” online course.
ATS Webinar for New Faculty—Dissertation to Book: The Seven Secret Secrets that Guarantee Publication
Baylor University Press director, Carey Newman, returns to share how to approach turning your dissertation material into your (first) book. He names hard and realistic expectations initially, but stay with the presentation for true, hopeful nuggets in the latter half!
ATS Webinar for New Faculty—What They Tell You and What They Don't: Conversations with the Dean on Promotion and Tenure
Louisville Seminary dean, Susan R. Garrett, provides important perspectives on promotion and tenure, outlining critical principles and concrete steps toward success in what can often be a difficult journey of professional advancement. One webinar attendee said, "Another great webinar! Thank you!"
Don't miss the four key steps highlighted in this presentation!
Baylor University Press director, Carey Newman, explains the ins and outs of publishing and demystifies what may seem an obstacle-ridden process with his transparency. Feedback from a webinar attendee: "Well worth being late to my next conference! Glad I stuck around!"
Relevant and timely questions addressed throughout, the presentation is something you'll want to return to multiple times!
Recording information may give incorrect video length. Prepared comments are about half an hour, with questions/responses interspersed throughout for a total video length of about an hour.
Popular presenter, Andrea C. White, Assistant Professor at Candler School of Theology of Emory University, provides fresh perspectives on establishing your research agenda. White offers a balanced approach to scholarship and emphasizes the need for community and the integration of research and teaching. Watch the webinar for specific strategies on how!