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TitleNew to tenure : everything those newly tenured need to know to be successfulAuthorPublishedWashington DC : Chronicle of Higher Education Inc 2018
Status:Check Shelves SubjectCollege administrators -- vocational guidance -- United States; Universities and colleges -- United States -- AdministrationCategoryTheory and Practice of EducationMediaBookCall NumberLB2335.7 N49 2018TypeBookDescription
How to overcome post-tenure paralysis -- How I got my groove back after getting tenure -- How to avoid PTSD: post-tenure depression syndrome -- 7 strategies to jump-start your career -- An aging professor rethinks her teaching -- Tenure means more service work. Or does it? -- What a tenured math professor learned by studying writing -- Academic career options after tenure -- The tenured entrepreneur -- Why I gave up my tenured position.
"Congratulations. After years of toil, you've earned tenure. Now what? For many, being promoted to a tenured position causes more problems than it solves. The mid-career point for academics is notorious for burnout, depression, and research stagnation. This collection features advice from senior professors, deans, and others on how to avoid the post-tenure blues, spark your academic productivity, and set new career goals, including some that may lie outside academe"
27 p : color illustrations: 28 cm
TENURE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION POST-TENURE PARALYSIS POST-TENURE DEPRESSION SYNDROME AGING SERVICE WORK ACADEMIC CAREER OPTIONS ENTREPRENEUR NEW CHRONICLE STARTER KIT