Upcoming Webinar: What’s next for supporting faculty careers & development?
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 / 12:00 – 1:00 PM EDT
What’s next for supporting faculty careers & development?
As schools are navigating the fall semester, what does the shift from student-focused decisions to assessing impact on faculty look like? Ultimately, what decisions need to be made now in anticipation for 2021? Hear from faculty affairs experts at leading colleges and universities, representing viewpoints from both private and public institutions.
In this free webinar, we will discuss how new or existing technology can maintain essential faculty workflows and support career development, using Interfolio Review, Promotion, and Tenure and Lifecycle Management as examples. Additionally, our panelists will share how their faculty processes were affected by the current pandemic.
Dr. Roger Bounds serves as Interim Dean for the College of Health and Human Services and Professor of Health at Northern Arizona University.
He recently served as Vice Provost for Academic Personnel and Department Chair for the department of Health Sciences. Roger has been a member of the Northern Arizona University Health Sciences faculty since 2001. Prior to NAU, he taught full-time at Sam Houston State University in Texas. Roger earned his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University with an emphasis in Education for Allied Health Professionals.
Danielle Certa serves as the Assistant Director of Faculty Appointments for the Office of Faculty Affairs in the Office of the Provost. In her role as Assistant Director, Danielle provides expert analysis and guidance regarding faculty appointments, reappointments, and promotions; search processes; review processes; faculty data collection as it pertains to federal compliance requirements; as well as ensures compliance with university policies and procedures.
Elizabeth “Betsy” Hendrey
Dr. Elizabeth “Betsy” Hendrey serves as Acting Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Queens College of The City University of New York.
During her time as Acting Provost, the College has increased enrollment; inaugurated the Transfer Honors Program; finalized an agreement with a Japanese university consortium to offer faculty development program to visiting science faculty; and participated in the American Council on Education (ACE)
Hayley Spizz serves as the Faculty Policies Administrator at Smith College.
She has worked at Smith College in the Office of the Provost/Dean of the Faculty since 2003. In her role as Faculty Policies Administrator, she promotes fairness and equity through ensuring consistent application of Smith faculty policies by faculty, staff and administration. Her areas of responsibility include reappointment, tenure, and promotion review processes; sabbaticals and leaves; and faculty development.
eBook: Mapping Scholar Careers
The Costs of Mismanaging Faculty Appointments and Journeys
Download this free eBook to understand:
- What faculty affairs offices don’t know (and cannot easily accomplish) about their faculty today
- What gaps exist among most institutions’ technology options today
- What dangers you risk when your academic appointments and journeys go unsupported
- What the solution should look like