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Life on the Tenure Track

Lessons from the First Year

by James M. Lang

  • 36 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by The Johns Hopkins University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Higher & further education,
  • Tenure,
  • First year teachers,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education,
  • United States,
  • Higher,
  • Education / Higher,
  • College teachers,
  • Teachers

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7871333M
    ISBN 100801881021
    ISBN 109780801881022
    OCLC/WorldCa56560701

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Read more Read less Length: pages/5(13). Lang's descriptions and analysis sparkle with warmth, humor, goodwill, and honesty. I found myself rooting for him, and viewed him as a mentor, turning the page looking for his very thoughtful advice. I would enthusiastically recommend this Life on the Tenure Track book to graduate students, adjunct professors, tenure-track and tenured faculty, and administrators.".

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I have a terrible confession to make: I’ve been giving away copies of a book that I had never read. For the past two summers, we’ve surveyed ESN members about their past year, and members who had made a recent career transition – earned a degree, started a new job, received tenure – have been offered the free book of their selection.

Then I started a tenure-track faculty job at a research university and realized ho s rules apply to most novice faculty without having to make exceptions for discipline-specific issues or specific life situations.

This book is useful to academics at all stages of life. This is a contrast to the recent slate of books on motherhood and Cited by: 2.

Life on the Tenure Track: James M. Lang: Paperback: Higher bookBrand: Johns Hopkins University Press. A friend and fellow tenure-track professor was recently describing how busy he’s been in the past four months — giving talks around the country, finalizing a book manuscript, attending.

Lang narrates the story of his first year on the tenure track with wit and wisdom, detailing his moments of confusion, frustration, and even elation -- in the classroom, at his writing desk, during his office hours, in departmental meetings -- as well as his insights into the lives and working conditions of faculty in /5(4).

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Life on the tenure track; lessons from the first year. Lang, James M. Johns Hopkins U. Press, [c] p. $ (pa) Lang is one of the lucky and few who actually succeeded at getting a real job in the academe right after grad school.

Life on the Tenure Track: Lessons from the First Year James M. Lang In this fast-paced and lively account, Jim Lang asks -- and mostly answers -- the questions that confront every new faculty member as well as those who dream of becoming new faculty members: Will my students like me.

Life on the tenure track: A seven-year crucible This often means completing a book, article or research project. But whether Stanford will remain devoted to tenure-track positions, or. life on the tenure track - relating to students The time away from the classroom, between my illness and spring break, helped me begin to see an important shift I had been making over the course of the year-one that concerned my relationship with my students.

The Awesomest 7-Year Postdoc or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Tenure-Track Faculty Life. By Radhika Nagpal on J ; Author: Radhika Nagpal. What I Wish I’d Known About Faculty Life: The Tenure Track, Etc. Septem by Kevin Birth 2 Comments. This is the final third post in Kevin Birth’s series, What I Wish I’d Known About Faculty Life.

Previously: Departmental Politics, Teaching the : Kevin Birth. – To provide an introspective review of one author's account of his first year in a tenure‐track academic career and general recommendations that can be drawn therefrom., – A critique of the book Life on the Tenure Track: Lessons from the First Year is presented to assist individuals pursuing or newly engaged in a tenure‐track academic position or to aid those serving as mentors of Cited by: 2.

But life on the tenure track does not have to be torturous. Develop clear goals for yourself for tenure and work toward those a little bit every day.

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