2024 Early Career Faculty Workshop

Friday, September 20, 2024
12:00pm - 4:30pm Central/Minneapolis Time
Event will be held virtually

Now in its 18th year, the Council for the Advancement of Higher Education Programs (CAHEP) offers an Early Career Faculty Workshop to new and aspiring faculty members.

A diverse group of recently tenured faculty and senior scholars share advice and expertise about how to craft and develop a research agenda, effectively teach and advise, earn tenure and promotion, and shape a successful and meaningful career.

Who should attend:

  • Pre-tenured faculty members
  • Early Career Clinical or Adjunct Faculty
  • Administrators who have recently joined the faculty at any rank
  • Advanced doctoral students with an accepted dissertation proposal

Learning/Event Outcomes

After the workshop, attendees will be able to:

  • Develop strategies to align their research, teaching, and service activities with individual values and institutional expectations.
  • Expand their professional network by engaging with senior and early career scholars. 
  • Create the beginnings of a personalized career development plan that reflects their unique aspirations and circumstances. 

2024 Schedule - additional details coming soon! 

Welcome, Introductions & Overview

Integrating Your Whole Self in Teaching, Research, and Service

Navigating Productivity, Promotion, and Politics


Balancing Self and Centering Students in Teaching and Advising

Mentoring Minute Roundtables

Crafting Your Plan

Conclusion & Thank You

Event Chair

Tamara Bertrand Jones
Florida State University

Please feel free to reach out to the event chair with questions about the content of the event. Questions about registration or event logistics can be directed to the ASHE Staff at (202) 660-4106 or office@ashe.ws.


  • The workshop fee of $35 for ASHE members and $65 for non-members for registration by September 13 at Noon Central/Minneapolis Time. A $10 late registration fee will be assessed after this date/time and before registration closes on September 19 at Noon Central/Minneapolis Time.
  • The fee is typically covered by academic programs or departments. If additional documentation is needed, please contact office@ashe.ws.
  • Events are live captioned through Zoom. An opportunity to share how the event can be more accessible for you is provided in the registration form. For questions about accessibility, please reach out to the ASHE Staff at office@ashe.ws.
  • All ASHE Professional Development events encourage participants to engage throughout the event in various ways. To provide an environment that is conducive to learning and engagement and to provide a safe space (to the extent possible), Professional Development events are not recorded.