Reimagining the Faculty Mid-Career Stage: Reenergize your research and find new pathways
October 10 at 10:00 am - 11:30 am MDT
The mid-career stage for faculty is often characterized as a time of stagnation, burnout, and lack of clarity. Getting to this point has likely taken significant effort and you may no longer benefit from institutionally sponsored support, all while having new service and leadership responsibilities become part of your workload. Despite these challenges, the mid-career stage does not have to be marked by frustration and lack of productivity. To look at this period from a different vantage point, you’ve made a lot of progress, learned who you are as an academic, and have a wealth of new skills and knowledge to employ.
In this two-hour training, you will start to change the narrative around your mid-career juncture from stale routine to fresh opportunity. Our subject-matter expert will provide tips for gaining clarity, lay out different options you can pursue, and provide tools to use in re-envisioning and planning your research and scholarship work going forward.