The requirements for professional development change as faculty reach mid-career. The goals of tenure, promotion, or long-term contracts are no longer guiding metrics, therefore, career paths can become unclear. The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning for Student Success seeks to provide targeted support for faculty at this stage of their academic life through discussion groups, workshops, writing groups, and other resources.
For more information, please contact our Mid-Career Faculty Coordinator Reeves Shulstad (she/hers)
Virtual Writing Retreat
Whatever your goals, working in a group for a focused amount of time can give you the momentum to start, reorganize, and complete a project.
Join Dr. Leah Hamilton & the Center for Teaching and Learning for Students Success for a productive week of writing during the Winter 2022 Faculty Writing Retreat!
Participants will meet virtually on the following days from 9:00 am-3:00 pm:
- Tuesday, December 20, 2022
- Wednesday, December 21, 2022
- Thursday, December 22, 2022
Please fill out the registration form below. We will also potentially meet on Monday, December 19th, dependent on participant interest. We will check in via Zoom each day to share goals, report our progress, and any helpful tips for productivity. Please use this link to register! If you have any questions or comments, please contact Leah Hamilton, at email@example.com.
mid-career ReVision: an App Learning Community
Coordinators: Reeves Shulstad and Tracy Smith
As faculty reach mid-career, their professional development needs can change. The goals of tenure, promotion, or long-term contracts may no longer be guiding metrics, and career paths may not be as clear. Mid-Career faculty may find themselves over-tasked with the demands of their students, the university, and their disciplines and struggle to carve out time to re-evaluate their goals.
The mid-career ReVision App Learning Community (AppLC) provides an opportunity for faculty to take the time to reconsider their professional paths. Through vetted readings, guest presentations, group discussions, and personal reflection, this FLC offers a space for faculty to consider new possibilities for their careers or to retool/re-energize their current trajectories.
ReVision requires a semester-long commitment with an invitation to contribute to future cohorts. The AppLC will meet four times in the Spring.
Synchronous Zoom meetings
First Thursday of each month, time TBD
- February 3, 2022
- March 3, 2022
- April 7, 2022
- May 12, 2022
We will be reviewing applications and will provide rolling acceptances until January 14, 2022.
To apply, please click the application link below, which will be sent to Reeves Shulstad. Upon completion of this application, a form will be sent to your Chair/Dean to provide a statement of support for your participation and time commitment to this AppLC.
Sponsored by AppState’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning for Student Success