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Title The academic gateway : understanding the journey to tenure / edited by Timothy M. Sibbald, Victoria Handford.
Imprint Ottawa, Ontario : University of Ottawa Press, 2017.

Subject College teachers -- Tenure -- Canada -- Case studies.
Alt Name Sibbald, Timothy, 1966-
Handford, Victoria, 1957-
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "The Academic Gateway: Understanding the Journey to Tenure investigates the experiences of professors employed in tenure-track positions who are starting their career within a university environment, but have not attained the affirmation and permanence that tenure offers. The role that they have taken entails the preparation of students within a professional school. Some of them have very limited professional experience, while others bring multiple years of experience with them in their transition to a faculty of education. The contributors explicitly speak to the three key components of their faculty role: teaching, service, and research. They address organizational structures and differences relative to prior roles that have assisted, confused or required changes to the way they conduct their day-to-day work. They speak about relevant prior experiences, the preparation they received through graduate school, and the details of the learning curve as they entered into their tenure track role. Have they been successful? The reader will experience the same uncertainty and anticipation every professor goes through during their journey to tenure. This approach amplifies the realism of not knowing whether issues that are spoken about will ultimately be overcome and enhances the validity by not biasing the contributions towards those who expect success."-- Provided by publisher.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Section I Editors' Preface -- Late Tenure-Track -- 1. On the Tenure-Track: Navigating Research, Teaching, and Service Responsibilities in a U15 Institution / Frank Deer -- 2. Meet Jill -- She Fell Down the Hill but Came Back up Again: Struggling with Mental Illness While on the Path to Tenure / Joan M. Chambers -- 3. Re-Locating: Moving Between the Field and the University / Lee Anne Block -- 4. Belonging Differently: Immigration, Identity, and Tenure-Track / Cecile Badenhorst -- 5. Three-Headed Monster / Greg Rickwood -- Section II Editors' Preface -- Tenure-Track Collaboration -- 6. Women Reflect on Becoming an Academic: Challenges and Supports / Memorial's Education Writing Group -- 7. I Think You Are Ambivalent: The Realities of Indigenous Scholarship in Mainstream Universities / Trish Rosborough -- 8. Dynamic Duet: Fluid Mentorship and Holistic Co-Teaching / Cam Cobb -- Section III Editors' Preface -- Mid-Tenure-Track -- 9. Practitioner to Academic: A Composition of Transitions / Timothy M. Sibbald -- 10. Surviving and Thriving in the First Years of Tenure-Track: A Journey Through France, Spain, and Quebec / Margarida Romero -- 11. For Academy's Sake: A Former Practitioner's Search for Scholarly Relevance / Lloyd Kornelsen -- 12. Transitioning to the Academic Tenure-Track at Mid-Career: Exploring Adaptive and Maladaptive Responses to Challenges and Adversity / Peter Milley -- Section IV Editors' Preface -- Early Tenure-Track -- 13. From There to Here / Victoria (Tory) Handford -- 14. "Ten-Year Road" to Tenure: A Personal Narrative of the Beginning Phases of the Journey / Greg Ogilvie -- 15. Professor, Student, Mother: Can You Have It All? / Kathy Snow -- 16. Just Today and Just Tomorrow: Building Capacity on the Tenure-Track in New Brunswick / Lyle Hamm.
ISBN 9780776624389 (electronic bk.)
0776624385 (electronic bk.)
9780776624396
0776624393
9780776624402
0776624407
9780776624372
OCLC # 980364625
Additional Format Print version: Academic gateway.: Ottawa, Ontario : University of Ottawa Press, 2017 (CaOONL)20179021141.


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