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Destination Intersession 2015

For the second year we have collaborated with partners across the university to provide workshops, panel discussions, and presentations to enrich and kindle a new spirit for the coming year.  View the Destination Intersession Schedule here for what promises to be a fun-filled month of fantastic opportunities for faculty, including this year’s Tiger Talks Faculty Showcase on Wednesday, January 14, 2015! Read presentation abstracts and register here. There will be free breakfast, free lunch, and a "chill room" for faculty to mingle and network throughout the day. We hope to see you there!



FEB10Curious about the Mid-Tenure Review Process?FEBRUARY 10 2015, 1:00pm UNI - University Gallery (07A), University Gallery
When: 02/10/2015 at 1:00pm - 2:30pm.

Are you curious about the Mid-Tenure Review Process?

*Lunch will be available at 12:45 pm.*

Join your colleagues for lunch at this Mid-Tenure Review panel discussion where you can ask questions about requirements for mid-tenure review.  This event is an opportunity for pre-tenure faculty to learn about this important review process from colleagues who have served on mid-tenure committees and/or are recently tenured.

Participants will learn:

  • Goals of the third-year comprehensive review
  • Selection of tenure reviewers
  • Required documentation for the dossier
  • Purpose of tenure review binders
  • Handling negative mid-tenure reviews


Grant Cos, CLA
Paul Craig, COS
Betsy Dell, CAST
Jennifer Gravitz, NTID
Ed Hensel, KGCOE
Stan Hoi, SCB
Stephanie Ludi, GCCIS
Bruce Myers, CIAS
Nancy Valentage, CHST

To request interpreting services, go to:

Hosted by Faculty Career Development Services.

FEB11Moving Past Gender Differences in NegotiationFEBRUARY 11 2015, 9:00am SAU - Student Alumni Union (04), 1829
When: 02/11/2015 at 9:00am - 11:30am.

This seminar is designed to allow participants to understand what is known about gender and its role in negotiation performance. The topics covered will include the triggers of gender differences in negotiated
outcomes as well as strategies and techniques that can be used to overcome the gender gap in negotiation performance.

The content encourages:
1. Understanding of general patterns of gender effects in negotiation performance.
2. Understanding of individual and situational factors that can exacerbate gender differences in negotiation performance.
3. Acquire techniques/strategies for value creation and value claiming.

For questions, please contact Korine Sherry

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1209115. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

MAR16So, You Want to be a Mentor?MARCH 16 2015, 12:00pm CPC - Campus Center (03), 2610
When: 03/16/2015 at 12:00pm - 1:30pm.

So, You Want to be a Mentor? Panel Discussion

Join your colleagues for lunch, networking, and learn about being a mentor to other faculty! Experienced mentors will share strategies and rewards of participating in this enriching, valuable relationship. The panel will be facilitated by Dr. Patrick Scanlon (CLA) and will include past Excellence in Faculty Mentoring awardees and other experienced faculty mentors.

Panelists to be announced. 

Read more about Faculty Mentoring @ RIT

"Mentoring is not just for new faculty. All faculty members can benefit from purposefully developing a network of contacts and advisors who can help them navigate different phases of their careers. Senior faculty who act as mentors find they are reinvigorated by working closely with newer faculty and supporting their success."

Hosted by Faculty Career Development Services.