2022 Post-Tenure Pathfinders
November 17th, 2022
10:00am - 12:00pm Pacific/Las Vegas Time
Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada (during the 2022 ASHE General Conference)
Post-Tenure Pathfinders: How and Why to Chart Your Own Path After Winning Tenure
This workshop is designed for newly tenured faculty to identify the challenges associated with post-tenure life and to better understand the diverse pathways that faculty members can take after winning tenure. In this workshop, we create a space where participants can pause and intentionally reflect on future possibilities.
Participants will learn:
- Common mistakes new faculty members make in their first post-tenure year
- The NCFDD process for choosing their post-tenure pathway
- How to create a new mentoring network and support system to ensure success in
- the next chapter of their career
FacilitatorAnthony Christian Ocampo, Ph.D. is Professor of Sociology at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He is the author of Brown and Gay in LA: The Lives of Immigrant Sons and The Latinos of Asia: How Filipino Americans Break the Rules of Race, which has been featured on NPR, NBC News, Literary Hub, and in the Los Angeles Times. He is an Academic Director of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity and the co-host of the podcast Professor-ing. His writing has appeared in GQ, Catapult, BuzzFeed, Los Angeles Review of Books, Colorlines, Gravy, Life & Thyme, and the Chronicle of Higher Education, among others. He has received fellowships from the Ford Foundation, Jack Jones Literary Arts, Tin House, and the VONA/Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation. He was recently featured in the Netflix documentary “White Hot: The Rise and Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch,” as he was one of the employees involved in suing the company for racial discriminatory hiring practices. Raised in Northeast Los Angeles, he earned his BA in comparative studies in race and ethnicity and MA in modern thought and literature from Stanford University and his MA and PhD in sociology from UCLA.
In his free time, he loves reading memoirs and essay collections, watching figure skating and gymnastics clips on YouTube, playing with his rescue dog Schmidt, binging queer content on Netflix and HBO Max, and being chaotic with his multigenerational Filipino American family.
- Registration is limited to the first 25 attendees and attendees must be current ASHE members.
- The event is being offered at no charge for ASHE members thanks to NCFDD.
- Attendees should be newly (0-4 years) post-tenure.
- Registration Closes when the event reaches capacity or on October 15, Noon Pacific/Las Vegas Time.
- Learn more about accessibility for this event at https://www.ashe.ws/accessibility2022.
- 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.