Presenter: Carol Miles, director of Learning, Technologies and Teaching Support at Carleton University.
0:00 - 3:10 Introduction3:10 - 6:57 Don't forget your own research6:57 - 9:28 Don't get bogged down
0:00 - 2:10 You're energetic2:10 - 6:37 You are more technologically savvy6:37 - 8:32 You're idealistic and reading a lot
0:00 - 3:06 You will be the focus of everyone's attention3:06 - 7:24 Idealism only lasts for so long7:24 - 9:05 Don't overwork yourself
0:00 - 3:50 You have to remember about your research3:50 - 5:30 Deadlines won't disappear5:30 - 8:00 The loneliness stays8:00 - 9:43 Impostor syndrome
0:00 - 3:46 Impostor syndrome (cont'd)3:46 - 6:01 Dr. Who?6:01 - 8:07 You'll still pull all-nighters8:07 - 9:44 New job duties
0:00 - 2:03 You don't have a real boss2:03 - 3:46 The path to tenure3:46 - 9:22 You have no job description
0:00 - 3:26 It's not about you3:26 - 9:40 The odd things students do
0:00 - 3:53 Not everyone wants an 'A'3:53 - 5:35 The circle of arrogance5:35 - 9:49 Developing a strategic plan
0:00 - 4:02 Build time in for crisis4:02 - 6:17 Absolute deadlines6:17 - 9:57 The first week of classes
0:00 - 3:10 Learning to say no3:10 - 6:40 Everyone will be asking for your time6:40 - 9:49 Deciding where your relationship with your students lands
0:00 - 2:40 You are not your students' buddy2:40 - 3:30 Use your teaching and learning centre3:30 - 5:40 Never discuss faculty issues5:40 - 9:43 Try and meet some colleagues and be realistic
lol - Dave's advice is sad but true.
Was anyone even in the audience? I think there were only 2 or 3 faulty hires in my field in all of Canada last year.
Posted by Dr.Doinglittle, May 19, 2010 12:43 PM
The transition from graduate student to new faculty member? That's easy: just publish a lot while doing 5+ years of minimum wage postdoctoral fellowships in labs all over the world!
Posted by Dave, May 18, 2010 11:10 AM