Conversations about Life in the Profession
Join us for conversations about faculty life to build community and collective mentoring as colleagues adjust to life at Loyola, in the profession, and around the Baltimore region. For first-year faculty, these conversations also serve as a yearlong orientation and complement the individual pairing in the campus mentoring program.
Open to all faculty unless otherwise noted.
Thriving at Loyola, 12 - 1:30 p.m. (College Center 107)
Tailored for tenure-track faculty in their first through third years at Loyola, this session provides opportunities to discuss, with a small group of newly tenured/promoted colleagues, how to best negotiate the path to tenure and promotion. Past topics have included balancing teaching, research, and service responsibilities; how to document continuous improvement in teaching; strategies for getting research and writing done during the academic year; how to extend service beyond the department; and negotiating departmental politics.
- Jay Brown, associate professor of information systems, law and operations
- Timothy Clark, associate professor of mathematics and statistics
- Theresa Geiman, associate professor of biology
- Yu Stearns, associate professor of modern languages and literatures
Email Academic Affairs to RSVP.