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Leading From The Middle: Lessons Learned For New Chairs, Christopher Jochum, Jared Rawlings Mar 2019

Leading From The Middle: Lessons Learned For New Chairs, Christopher Jochum, Jared Rawlings

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

In this session, two academic chairs will share lessons learned during their first years leading a department. This session will include advice related to faculty development, managing conflicts, academic accreditation, initiating new programs, working with higher administration and time management for active teacher-scholars.


Time Management For Department Chairs, Christian K. Hansen May 2018

Time Management For Department Chairs, Christian K. Hansen

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Most department chairs face the challenge of getting important tasks completed under time constraints in an environment of frequent interruptions. Department leaders are often bombarded with demands from students, faculty and administrators and spend an excessive number of hours each day managing tasks that are often associated with tight deadlines. The nature of the chair position is likely to result in stress, burn out, and other unhealthy situations. This workshop presents strategies and proven practices for taking control of the available time and getting the job done while managing stress and giving priority to leading a healthy and enriching personal ...


Regaining Control Of Your Email, Gian S. Pagnucci, Ethan W. Krase Mar 2016

Regaining Control Of Your Email, Gian S. Pagnucci, Ethan W. Krase

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

This session will introduce department chairpersons and administrators to a variety of email management techniques for helping perform one’s job more effectively. The presentation will cover email management techniques and practical strategies. Attendees will leave with new ideas for how to manage email more effectively and thereby reduce stress levels.


Dr. Connie's 6 Keys To Becoming A Successful Learner, Connie I. Reimers-Hild Nov 2012

Dr. Connie's 6 Keys To Becoming A Successful Learner, Connie I. Reimers-Hild

Connie I Reimers-Hild, PhD, CPC

I have learned a great deal about students by teaching and advising learners at the University of Nebraska. The fact that I was working on my Ph.D. on a part-time basis while being employed full-time broadened my knowledge about how to be a successful learner. My professional and personal experiences in the world of higher education have enabled me develop some powerful insights on what it takes to be a successful learner. I would like to share my insights with as many people as possible, so here are Dr. Connie’s 6 Keys to Becoming a Successful Learner:


Creating Time For Research At Marshall University, Deanna Mader, Chong W. Kim Sep 2012

Creating Time For Research At Marshall University, Deanna Mader, Chong W. Kim

Deanna R. D. Mader

Creating time for research is important, yet difficult. Creating large blocks of dedicated research time is nearly impossible. It is critical, therefore, that the institution encourages all levels to work in a coordinated effort to assist faculty in accessing those precious minutes and smaller blocks of time. At the departmental level the Management and Marketing Division conducts a Research and Teaching (R&T) Forum six to eight times per academic year. The forum allows the division’s 28 faculty members to brainstorm, find areas of similar interests, combine research efforts, and present a “test run” before submission to a journal ...


Creating Time For Research At Marshall University, Deanna Mader, Chong W. Kim Aug 2012

Creating Time For Research At Marshall University, Deanna Mader, Chong W. Kim

Chong W. Kim

Creating time for research is important, yet difficult. Creating large blocks of dedicated research time is nearly impossible. It is critical, therefore, that the institution encourages all levels to work in a coordinated effort to assist faculty in accessing those precious minutes and smaller blocks of time. At the departmental level the Management and Marketing Division conducts a Research and Teaching (R&T) Forum six to eight times per academic year. The forum allows the division’s 28 faculty members to brainstorm, find areas of similar interests, combine research efforts, and present a “test run” before submission to a journal ...


Dr. Connie's 6 Keys To Becoming A Successful Learner, Connie I. Reimers-Hild Jan 2010

Dr. Connie's 6 Keys To Becoming A Successful Learner, Connie I. Reimers-Hild

Kimmel Education and Research Center - Presentations and White Papers

I have learned a great deal about students by teaching and advising learners at the University of Nebraska. The fact that I was working on my Ph.D. on a part-time basis while being employed full-time broadened my knowledge about how to be a successful learner. My professional and personal experiences in the world of higher education have enabled me develop some powerful insights on what it takes to be a successful learner. I would like to share my insights with as many people as possible, so here are Dr. Connie’s 6 Keys to Becoming a Successful Learner:


Creating Time For Research At Marshall University, Deanna Mader, Chong W. Kim Jun 2004

Creating Time For Research At Marshall University, Deanna Mader, Chong W. Kim

Management Faculty Research

Creating time for research is important, yet difficult. Creating large blocks of dedicated research time is nearly impossible. It is critical, therefore, that the institution encourages all levels to work in a coordinated effort to assist faculty in accessing those precious minutes and smaller blocks of time. At the departmental level the Management and Marketing Division conducts a Research and Teaching (R&T) Forum six to eight times per academic year. The forum allows the division’s 28 faculty members to brainstorm, find areas of similar interests, combine research efforts, and present a “test run” before submission to a journal ...