So you landed a job – What’s next?Advice for early career psychologists from early career psychologists
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Table of Contents
- Introduction: A Field Guide to This Book
Jared Keeley (Mississippi State University), Stephanie Afful (Fontbonne Univeristy), Jennifer Stiegler-Balfour (University of New England), Jessica Good (Davidson College), Sadie Leder (High Point University)
- Preparing for the First Year as an Assistant Professor
Jessica J. Good (Davidson College)
- Maximize Student- and Peer Evaluations: Leveraging Ffeedback to Become a More Effective Teacher and Improve Student Learning
Jennifer J. Stiegler-Balfour (University of New England)
- Engaging Students in Collaborative Psychological Research at Liberal Arts Colleges and Universities
Jarret T. Crawford (The College of New Jersey)
- Setting Up a Lab with a Budget and Incorporating Students into Research
Amber M. Henslee (Missouri University of Science and Technology)
- That’s an Empirical Question. . . The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Jessica G. Irons (James Madison University)
- Networking and Politics Within Your Institution as a New Faculty Member
Ryan M. Zayac (University of North Alabama)
- Casting a Wider Net: Networking within the Broader Field
Brien K. Ashdown (Hobart and William Smith Colleges), Carrie M. Brown (Agnes Scott College)
- The Three-Ring Circus of Academia: Balancing Teaching, Research, and Service
Sadie Leder (High Point University)
- Work-Life Balance for Early Career Academics: From Divided Attention to Integrated Roles
Stephanie E. Afful (Fontbonne University)
- Navigating the Tenure Process
Mary Harmon-Vukić (Providence College)
- Advice about Sustained Vitality in Teaching
Jane S. Halonen (with Assistance from Mark Twain) (University of West Florida)
- Realistic Expectations for Your First Few Years
Stephanie Afful (Fontbonne Univeristy), Jennifer Stiegler-Balfour (University of New England), Jessica Good (Davidson College), Sadie Leder (High Point University), Jared Keeley (Mississippi State University)
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Keeley, J., Afful., S. E., Stiegler-Balfour, J. J., Good, J. J., & Leder. S. (2013). So you landed a job – What’s next?Advice for early career psychologists from early career psychologists. Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology web site: http://teachpsych.org/ebooks/ecp2013/index.php
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Good, J. J. (2013). Preparing for the first year as an assistant professor. In J. Keely, S.E. Afful, J. J. Stiegler-Balfour, J. Good & S. Leder (Eds.). So you landed a job – What’s next?Advice for early career psychologists from early career psychologists. Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology web site: http://teachpsych.org/ebooks/ecp2013/index.php