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January 31: Library Hosting Teleconference: Achieving Tenure Without Losing Your Soul: Insights for African American Faculty

Posted by isulib on January 31, 2012

Teleconference:  Achieving Tenure Without Losing Your Soul: Insights for African American Faculty (http://www.indstate.edu/facultydiversity/docs/Teleconference%20for%20African%20American%20Faculty.pdf) is (January 31) from 3 – 4:30.

Indiana State University is pleased to partner with Dr. Kerry Ann Rockquemore, Ph.D., and Director of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity, on this free national teleconference for African American pre-tenure faculty. Moderated by Dan Bradley, President of Indiana State University, the teleconference will focus on: (1) demystifying the tenure process, (2) identifying the unique challenges that African American faculty face on predominately white campuses, and (3) providing strategies for achieving success while remaining true to yourself.

Meeting room 028 will be set up with our new conference phone for anyone who would like to sit in 028 instead of their office and listen to the teleconference.

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