Monday's first hour starts with an update on Russell Wilson's finger as all signs now point to him playing on Sunday against the Packers. Later, with Saturday's debacle in the rearview, are the Huskies gearing up to move on from Jimmy Lake sooner rather than later? Jake and Stacy discuss the chaotic weekend on Montlake. Larry Stone of The Seattle Times stops by to give his take on the Lake saga at UW. The hour wraps with breaking news of Jimmy Lake's one-game suspension for his conduct during the Oregon game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tenure of Office: March 22, 1790 – December 31, 1793 We've spent a good amount of time in the narrative talking about Jefferson as the third US president, but in this episode, while also exploring his life and career as a whole, we focus in a bit on Jefferson's tenure as Secretary of State in … Continue reading SATT 004 – Thomas Jefferson →
Aaron Lockett and John Kurtz are back in their usual surroundings after their weekend in Manhattan as the Wildcats took down TCU and Gary Patterson in the process. The guys recap the game as well as look ahead to the Sunflower Showdown this weekend against Kansas. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network/
THE BRIEF - Tag Along and Tenure The Brief is a quick-fire show where we break down two concepts from science and business. This week Marc talks about the job you can't be fired from, while Leo gives a run down of a pair of clauses that impact when and how a startup company can be sold. Listen in as we discuss and connect these two concepts within 10 minutes! EON LABS : https://www.eonlabs.org/ HOSTS : Dr. Leo Stevens www.linkedin.com/in/leostevensinc/ Prof. Marc in het Panhuis www.linkedin.com/in/marcinhetpanhuis/ MUSIC : Purple Planet Music https://www.purple-planet.com Mixed by Dr. Nat Harris
Hosts Da'Yon Dunlap (@DayonDunlap) and Andy Yanez (@AYanez_5) talk about the UH football team's biggest challenge so far in the 2021 season when it takes on against No. 19 SMU at TDECU Stadium. What will the defense need to do to be able to contain the red-hot Mustangs offense, and how does UH's offense need to approach the upcoming matchup. Then the two discuss men's basketball and recent comments made by head coach Kelvin Sampson about his guards Marcus Sasser, Tramon Mark and Kyler Edwards, and discuss the importance of UH women's basketball getting off to a good start against nonconference opponents. #GoCoogs #ForTheCity #EverythingMatters Be sure to check out ApolloHOU.com for homegrown Houston sports coverage as well as Astros and Rockets apparel you can't find anywhere else. Use promo code "YANEZ" for 10% off at checkout.
What will get you from the start of the tenure process all the way to full professor? What worries do you have and what should you focus on instead to achieve your career goals? I'm often inspired by concepts from the entrepreneurial space. I see a lot of parallels between entrepreneurship and academia. A recent inspiration came from a business coach of mine, Rachel Rodgers. Her entrepreneurial growth scale shows the steps for business growth, what entrepreneurs are worried about at each step and what they should be worried about to achieve the growth they”re looking for. I love this model, and am working on adapting it to the process of growth during an academic career. In this podcast episode, I'm using this model to break down the tenure (permanence) process into career stages. In each stage I look at what might be happening for you in terms of research, teaching and service, what some common worries are, and what you should be focusing on instead. What you'll gain is a better understanding of what it takes to make it to full professor, and what you might need to change to get there. For the full show notes, visit cathymazak.com/episode97.
Below are the topics covered in today's listener calls mini-episode (with timestamps). For instructions on submitting your own questions, go to calnewport.com/podcast.DEEP DIVE: Smartphones and moral panics. [3:43]LISTENER CALLS: - Scheduling when you've fallen behind. [12:29] - Squandering autonomy. [18:06] - Hacking habits and the shortcomings of raw discipline. [26:11] - Tenure and valuable skills. [31:38] - Adding more to your plate without it tipping over. [36:24] - Frustration and the Deep Life (and an update on my next book). [42:41]Thanks to Jay Kerstens for the intro music and Mark Miles for mastering.
This is a bonus crossover episode to get some visibility for my new interview podcast, IDEAs in STEM Ed. If you've reached this episode, please do me a big favor and search for "IDEAs in STEM Ed" and subscribe! Everything I put up I do for free, and this will help me a ton. Thanks! In this episode of IDEAs in STEM Ed, Darren Lipomi sits down with Professor Andrea Armani. Andrea is the Ray Irani chair in Engineering and Materials Science and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at the University of Southern California. Her laboratory uses a mixture of tools from chemistry, physics, engineering, and biology, and bridges the disciplines of materials science, medical imaging, and nano photonics. Among many awards she has earned over her career, she is the recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers in 2010, and recognized as a World Economic Form Young Global Leader in 2015. Andrea is perhaps known as much for her scientific work as she is for her advocacy of students, young faculty, and women in science. She regularly organizes events stressing the importance of mentoring, careers in and outside of academia, and equity issues in science. We're honored for her to join us today.
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Are you still exhausted after getting tenure and don't know why things haven't changed? Feeling like you'll never not be tired? I've got 3 steps to take to help you take control. Are you tired? Like, really tired? Maybe you're moving toward total exhaustion, or are already there. In this episode I'm digging into why you are still tired after receiving tenure, and what you can do about it. Yes, you can do something about it! For full notes, visit www.cathymazak.com/episode96.
The Georgia Board of Regents announced its new policy for tenure; A homicide happened early Thursday morning; And the Buford Corn Maze earned a national award. #GwinnettCounty #Georgia #LocalNews #GoodTasteGwinnett - - - - The Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast is local news for Lawrenceville, Norcross, Duluth, and all of Gwinnett County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Gwinnett Daily Post and GwinnettDailyPost.com by BG Ad Group on 10-14-2021 For advertising inquiries, please email email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Retired judge Dennis Davis explains the importance of a chief justice while also looking at the outgoing Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng's tenure. Designer, David Tlali will join Bruce Whitfield on the luxury of conversation brought to you Lexus LS 500. And Chester Missing and his friend, Conrad Koch discusses politics and their relationship with money. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Ep. 190, Dave & Jessica discuss the great Facebook black out of 2021, how the FBI should handle parents who yell at school board members, Americans paying record amounts of tariffs, the Georgia Department of Labor's purchase of $1.1 million in meals, and the threat to tenure for Georgia professors.
Buck had a LONG and wild trip home from New York back to Nashville. Plus, Urban Meyer also had a wild trip home back to Jacksonville that continues his long streak of embarrassing moments.
Buck had a LONG and wild trip home from New York back to Nashville. Plus, Urban Meyer also had a wild trip home back to Jacksonville that continues his long streak of embarrassing moments.
Hour 4- Wiggy thinks Brady got soft towards the end of his career here, Ken and Curtis aren't so sure, they also think this game tomorrow might be a blow out. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former 17-year-old General Manager and Team President of the Danbury Trashers A.J. Galante joins the show, part two! How did A.J.'s WWE fandom influence the way he built the Trashers, and who are some of his all-time favorite WWE Superstars??? A.J. talks about how the Trashers got John Cena to show up at a game and convincing future Ranger Mike Rupp to join the squad. Exactly how close was Sean Avery to becoming a Danbury Trasher?! Plus, throwing out a few predictions for the upcoming NHL season! Episode 439. Intro song is “Leave the Lights On” by Passafire from their 2009 album, “Everyone On Everynight.” Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), always shops the false narrative that she is transparent in her actions. Anyone with a modicum of intelligence and awareness knows this couldn't be further from the truth. But in a slur-filled talk to the Chatham House in London recently, Pelosi outed herself as one of the Fascists of the global elite when she took a shot at Capitalism as an economic system...Sign-up for our weekly mail out here:https://www.undergroundusa.com/contact-subscribe
Tenure of Office: 26 September 1789 – 20 August 1795 Edmund Randolph served in not one but two positions in the Washington administration – as Attorney General then as Secretary of State. However, will that be enough to earn him a seat at the table of the Cabinet All-Stars? Listen to find out more about … Continue reading SATT 003 – Edmund Randolph →
All other things being equal, longer pastoral tenure tends to enhance the health of a church. Kevin and Thom look at trends in pastoral tenure after COVID. The post Seven Updates on Pastoral Tenure after COVID appeared first on Church Answers.
Pitt insiders Craig Meyer and Johnny McGonigal revisit the Panthers' loss to Western Michigan. Where did Pitt go wrong? Was this kind of game to be expected? Plus, we discuss what stood out from Kenny Pickett's performance and whether or not there's hope for this team. Music from https://filmmusic.io "RetroFuture Clean" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
With all of the head scratching moves Luis Rojas has made this season, it's obvious the team needs to replace him this offseason. Elizabeth and Jake discuss their thoughts on Rojas and the excitement from last week's subway series. Stick around for fun Mets trivia as well! All that and more in the latest episode of Cohen's Corner. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome back listeners this episode features Player Developer & apart of UT Tyler Mens Basketball coaching staff Akeem Williams. Dive into his journey and the hoops climate of today. Journey of Akeem(1:00) Tenure with the Phoenix Suns(4:03) The Origin of Pwr.vsn (9:10) Toughest aspect of being a Trainer(19:03) Myles Gaskins (29:07) Most memorable moments (39:30) THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Follow Us on Instagram : Podcast IG: @Bontroversial Podcast Links: https://linktr.ee/Ogbee Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/46I9Wxtohmmm6GEoCaljhy Apple Music: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bontroversial/id1496978477?uo=4 DROP YOUR THOUGHTS BELOW!
Justice Stephen G. Breyer joins The Post to discuss his new book “The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics." In the book, Breyer reflects on his tenure and discusses the historical evolution of the Supreme Court's authority.
Hailing from one of the most notorious areas of Dorchester is the well known, lyrically sharp, witty spitting MC who comes from Jamaican descent known by none other than Dre Robinson! With a tenure in rap and a catalog as extensive as his, it's fair to say that Dre is one of the most experienced guests we've ever had a sit down with. Having started his rap career over 20 years ago, the "Golden in My State" artist has made a lot of connections within the industry and has even made records with big name artists. Tenure in rap also means to adapt and stay relevant in a very quickly changing genre. Dre Rob has always been successful at re-inventing himself and staying ahead of the curve when it comes to bars and a very polished sound. As Dre is gearing up to release his upcoming album "King's Crescendo" we felt the timing was perfect to finally have this hometown hero come give us some game. This also comes shortly after Dre Robinson gave us some of the most intense bars of our #RedCupsAndRapCypher!!! Once again he left the pod while the mic was still smoking with some more heat for this week's #RedCupsAndRap Freestyle! Join us as we have a very raw and transparent conversation with Dre Robinson about his rap career, being a father to a young black man, what he's learned on his musical journey, AND SO MUCH MORE!!! BE SURE TO CHECK OUT DRE ROBINSON's FULL CATALOG OF MUSIC AVAILABLE ON ALL DSPs! CHECK OUT ALL OF OUR CONTENT: http://www.linktr.ee/CWTFBradio
Glenn Eichelberger is the Director of Bands at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Glenn has been involved in HBCU bands for his entire career and joins the show to discuss his career and his experiences with HBCU excellence in music. Links: Glenn Eichelberger Holsinger: Prelude and Rondo Sheldon: 1,000 Cranes Nelhybel: Festivo Biography: Mr. Eichelberger currently serves the Director of Bands at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Mr. Eichelberger recently completed his Masters of Arts in Instrumental Conducting at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland (2020). Mr. Eichelberger is a native of Miami Florida where he graduated from Miami Carol City Senior High School (1997). He started his undergraduate studies at Florida A&M University where he was a member of the FAMU Marching 100, Symphonic, Jazz, Brass Ensemble and Trombone Choir. In 2000 and 2002 Mr. Eichelberger was selected for the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) Southeast Intercollegiate Honors Band. He is also a former member of the U.S. Marines Basic Musician Enlistment Program where he studied at the Armed Forces School of Music in Norfolk, Virginia. Mr. Eichelberger also holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies from Florida Memorial University (2011). Mr. Eichelberger is also the Founder and President of the Palm Beach Band Director Coalition. Prior to his appointment as the Director of Bands at Stillman College, Mr. Eichelberger served as the Director of Bands at Park Crossing High School in Montgomery, AL (2020-2021), a Graduate Conductor at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD (2017-2020), Music Teacher at Holabird Middle School in Dundalk, MD (2017-2019), Department Chair and Director of Bands at Jeaga Middle School in West Palm Beach Florida (2015-2016), Director of Bands and Music Coordinator at N.E.W. Preparatory High School of Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (2014-2015), Director of Bands at American Senior High School in Hialeah, Florida (2008-2013). Mr. Eichelberger has also served as the Assistant to the Director of Band and Music Arranger at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC (2005-2006). Mr. Eichelberger has also served as the Assistant Director of Band and Music Arranger at James S. Rickards High in Tallahassee, Florida (2002-2003). During his Tenure at James S. Rickards the band was selected as the honor band for the Veterans Day Celebration and was selected to perform a post-game performance at Florida A&M University; Assistant to the Director of Band and Arranger at Thomasville High School in Thomasville, Georgia (2004-2005), during his time at Thomasville High the band was featured in a commercial for White Wheat Bread for the Hostus Bread Company. In the summer of 2006 Mr. Eichelberger was asked to serve as the Assistant Director of Bands and Music Arranger at his alma mater Miami Carol City Senior High. In April of 2007 Mr. Eichelberger was asked to serve as the Interim Director of Bands at Miami Carol City Senior High after the Promotion of Fedrick C. Ingram to Secretary/Treasurer of United Teachers of Dade. Mr. Eichelberger has been a Guest Clinician at the Savannah State University Summer Band Camp, (2012), Florida A&M University Marching 100 Summer Band Camp (1998-2002, 2004) Dade County Parks and Recreation Annual Summer Performing Arts Camp (1999), Miami Northwestern Senior High (1999), North Miami Beach Senior High (2004) and Florida Memorial University Miami All-Star Summer Band Camp (2003-Present), and several high schools in Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina. He has served as a guest Conductor at Miami Carol City Senior High, Thomasville High School, Florida Memorial University, and Savannah State University. Mr. Eichelberger is a member of the HBCU-National Band Director Consortium, Music Educator National Conference (MENC), Florida Bandmasters Association (FBA), Florida Music Educators Association (FMEA), International Association of Jazz Educators (IAJE), FAMU Marching 100 Alumni Band Association, (DAC) Diaspora Arts Coalition, (UTD) United Teachers of Dade, Florida Education Association (FEA), National Education Association (NEA), Teacher Association of Baltimore County (TABCO), Alabama Education Association (AEA), Maryland Music Educators Association, and an honorary member of the Eta Omicron Chapter of Tau Beta Sigma.
THIS EPISODE Trash Pandas reliever Luke Leftwich discusses growing up in a Major League family, how moving from the rotation to the bullpen helped his career, and why he needed a change of scenery after spending six seasons in the Phillies organization. ABOUT THE HOST Josh Caray's baseball roots stretch from Atlanta to St. Louis to Chicago to Cooperstown. The grandson of Hall of Famer Harry Caray, son of the legendary Skip Caray, and half-brother Chip Caray is the TV voice of the Atlanta Braves, Josh is the Play-by-Play voice of the Rocket City Trash Pandas. TRASH PANDAS PODCAST NETWORK Join the personalities of the Rocket City Trash Pandas as they tell the stories from Baseball's most meteoric franchise. Play-by-Play Broadcaster Josh Caray presents conversations with prospects and personnel from the organization. In-Stadium Emcee Ricky Fernandez chats about the latest news and promotions.
Rod Babers, Matt Butler and Jeff Howe are back to break down the 38-18 season-opening win over Louisiana and what's different about Texas under Steve Sarkisian. A lot of things that were left to be desired under the previous regime were cleaned up in the first game of the Sark era, which has created optimism heading to a highly-anticipated road trip to Arkansas. You can get the latest Longhorn news and analysis at Horns247. The Horn is where Rod (3-7 p.m.) and Jeff (10 a.m.-12 p.m.) can be heard on the air daily. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We get our hopes up for what it might feel like after we finally get tenure, but what is the reality? I'm sharing some of my own story about getting tenure, and what came next. Are you a mid to late career academic who got tenure (or promotion, depending on your system) and felt a serious let down? You are not alone. I'm sharing a little of my own story on this episode to illustrate what changes, what doesn't, and what to do about it. My Story I started out with the University of Puerto Rico just before a recession hit, around 2007. Very quickly, things went from sort of cushy and spacious, to very tight and uncertain. When I went up for associate professor, I was put on a waitlist with other colleagues and basically told, ‘when we have the money, we'll promote you'. I sat on that list for at least 2 years. I was going up for full tenure by the time I received the final approval notice for associate professor! All the little perks like cost of living increases, materials allowances, accumulated vacation time payouts and sabbaticals for tenured professors were all gone at this point. There was no support for adding new programs, no encouragement to take risks. I felt a pretty big sense of letdown after getting my full tenure. Yes, I had stability, but I felt like I was stuck, with no opportunity for continued growth and no support for the dreams I had for my career. No lightbulb moment, shifting of priorities or workload, or sense of freedom accompanied the tenure award. I feel very fortunate that I was able to find my zone of genius outside the ‘container' of my institution. After a 2 year self-funded sabbatical I resigned and am now living out my post-tenure career aspirations in a new way. Is This You? Do you have a similar experience of dissatisfaction post-tenure? Tenure does have its benefits, of course! Stability, stature, and often a pay raise give tenure it's coveted status. However, these benefits do not necessarily affect how our careers feel after tenure. Many of the academics I've spoken to have shared these kinds of experiences: They feel tired, overwhelmed, overscheduled and overcommitted. Their own projects and priorities often fall to the wayside as they continue to put out fires and address the needs of others. They have so many teaching and advising deadlines and responsibilities that there is no time for other things, like writing. They have big dreams, but it seems like no one else on campus thinks the way they do, or has the same kinds of aspirations. They feel restless, uninspired, and question their validity on the path they are on. We tend to blame ourselves when we can't get to a place that feels good post-tenure. But let me tell you from experience, that not much changes in the day-to-day unless we make those changes for ourselves. “If you felt like you were running on a treadmill set too fast pre-tenure, that's how you will feel post-tenure.” -Cathy Mazak What Now? If you identify with some of the feelings and experiences above, but what you want is a bigger, more satisfying, impactful and legacy building career, then consider learning more about my Elevate program for mid and late career academics. My team and I have listened to the needs and desires of post-tenure academics just like you, and created Elevate to help you gain clarity on what you want to come next for you and to help you take the actions to make it happen. Elevate is a 6-month, high level coaching program that utilizes 1:1 coaching, group coaching, and curriculum based learning to set you up for clarity and action. This legacy building program is full of people who see something bigger for their futures, and want a different experience post-tenure. Elevate starts in February, but we want to give you plenty of time to learn more, secure your funding and decide if it's the right step for you. Click here to sign up for an in-depth info session during the first week of October 2021 to get a behind the scenes look at the program and each step of the framework. If you are mid to late career and feel frustrated but are ready to step into something bigger, sign up to join us at the info session. See you there! Pulled in a thousand directions and can't seem to carve out time to write? Download my 10 Ways to Make Time to Write cheat sheet for ideas to implement today! Connect with me: Website Facebook Group Facebook Page Follow me on Clubhouse: @cathymazak This episode was first published at cathymazak.com/episode90.
Episode 128: Lengthening Out Your Pastor's Tenure 6 Questions to consider in increasing pastor tenure in your church Can you pay your pastor enough to keep him? Can the power paradigm shift? Are there unaddressed trust issues? Does the pastor fit your context? Are you making it hard for your pastor to leave? Are you taking a stand against harmful voices in the church?
The tenure track process at American universities is a grind – one shaped by the old adage to “Publish or perish.” But if a junior faculty member manages to successfully navigate the process – publishing as expected, learning to manage a classroom, participating in service – then they're rewarded with tenure. Tenure is an almost permanent employment relationship at universities that's designed to give faculty the freedom – because of their job security to pursue any area of inquiry they feel drawn to. The problem, of course, is that not everyone makes it through that grind. A growing body of research shows that women, though they receive more than 50-percent of all PhDs, are not making it through the tenure track process in the same numbers. That's the focus of this episode of Stats and Stories, Dr. Michelle Cardel is an obesity and nutrition scientist, registered dietitian, the Director of Global Clinical Research & Nutrition at WW International, Inc. (formerly Weight Watchers) and a faculty member at the University of Florida (UF) College of Medicine, where she is also an Associate Director for the Center for Integrative Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases. Her research is focused on three areas, (1) assessing the effects of psychosocial factors, including low social status and food insecurity, on eating behavior and obesity-related disease, (2) the development and implementation of effective healthy lifestyle interventions with a focus on underserved populations, and (3) improving gender equity within academia. Leslie McClure is Professor & Chair of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at the Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University. Dr. McClure does work to try to understand disparities in health, particularly racial and geographic disparities, and the role that the environment plays in them. Her methodological expertise is in the design and analysis of multicenter trials, as well as issues of multiplicity in clinical trials. She is currently the Director of the Coordinating Center for the Diabetes LEAD Network, and the Director of the Data Coordinating Center for the Connecting the Dots: Autism Center of Excellence. In addition to her research, Dr. McClure is passionate about increasing diversity in the mathematical sciences and devotes considerable time to mentoring younger scientists. Dr. McClure also Chaired the ASA's Task Force on Sexual Harassment and Assault, which led the way in developing policies surrounding sexual misconduct for professional organizations. (Previously on How Where You Live Affects Your Health)
-Jake saw so much about it yesterday that it made him a bit nauseous but he understood why people bring it up -We know how that year went for Nebraska with the 0-6 start, but do we know for sure that it would have been avoided with that game? Remember that Martinez got hurt against Colorado […]
Tenure of Office: 12 September 1789 – 31 December 1794 Henry Knox served the United States as a general and as the head of the War Department for ten years, but will his life and career earn him a seat at the table of the Cabinet All-Stars? Listen as we explore Knox's legacy to find … Continue reading SATT 002 – Henry Knox →
Chhattisgarh Congress has been thrown into turmoil over an informal deal in which Baghel was to serve as CM for two-and-a-half years following which Singhdeo would take over.----more----Read the full article here: https://theprint.in/politics/baghel-minister-singhdeo-to-meet-rahul-gandhi-today-over-50-50-cm-tenure-row-in-chhattisgarh/720963/
Are you a pre-tenure or early career academic? What should you do to maximize this time in your career without fear? I'm walking you through my Amplify framework for going up for tenure with confidence. If you are listening in real time and applied for our Amplify program but haven't secured your spot, time is almost up! Tomorrow is the last day to secure your spot, so don't miss out on the only time we will be running Amplify in 2021. For those who haven't yet applied, there are still a couple spaces left, so you can still apply and get in by the deadline. Whether you've applied or not, I want to share the framework we use in Amplify, to help you think about what you need to have in place to have the career you want moving forward in your tenure process. For those who have already applied, you can secure your spot here. Before we jump in, why did I decide to name this program “Amplify”? As a member of a bilingual family and a language academic, the significance is twofold. In English, Amplify means to make louder, or bigger. In Spanish, the cognate ‘Amplio' evokes a sense of comfort and spaciousness. We want to help you expand your impact, and create your career path from a place of comfort and ease. That's what we do in Amplify! Here is our diagram for the structure of Amplify Clarify Getting clear on who you are as an academic, where you want your career to go and how you want to make an impact has to come first. (We'll be presenting on this part of the program at our virtual kick-off retreat on 9/10/21, and we can't wait!) 1. Design Your Career “There's a big difference between surviving in your career and thriving in it, and that difference is design.” -Cathy Mazak How do you want your career and life to feel? We'll help you create a milestone map of what is important to you as you design your career. 2. Power Up Your Pipeline We'll help you create a pipeline strategy that helps you tell your unique story as a scholar. You'll learn how to take control of your pipeline and use it to maintain boundaries and stick to your priorities. You'll always know what to work on next and where each project is in the process through strategic pipeline management. 3. Set Your Career's Foundation You need a plan for your pre-tenure experience. It's not just about what you want to accomplish, but also about how you want your career to feel. The time to set foundational expectations for your career is now. We'll help you create a pre-tenure action plan and write your career narrative. Demystify Part of the problem in academia is that there is this mysterious, secretive feeling about how things work and how things get done. It's perpetuated by the (false) lone wolf academic ideal. It does not have to be that way! 1. Resilient Writing We share the processes for dealing with the ebb and flow of a writing practice, how to deal with expected and unexpected disruptions to your writing, the role of rest and how to get back to writing after a break. Create your own resilient writing plan that fits your life. 2. Manage Yourself Uplevel your time management and planning skills to get the most out of your time without overwork or burnout. The critical piece of this part of the curriculum is this: know yourself. We'll help you get to know what works for you, trust your inner voice, and leverage the rest/restore cycle. 3. Manage Others Professional relationships that are positive and empowering are an important part of an impactful career. We'll teach you how to relate to others, from people ‘above' you to colleagues to students, while maintaining boundaries and moving your own career forward. Multiply Multiply your effectiveness and impact on the world through your career. We'll give you the tools and help you create the practices you need to accomplish it. 1. Develop Self-Trust This just might be the most important principal in the program. Once you get to know yourself as a scholar, you must practice trusting yourself. As womxn, we've been socialized not to trust ourselves, but the good news is: this skill is learnable. We'll help you practice listening to your inner mentor, and give you a safe space to take risks. 2. Lead For Change It's time to let your values lead your career. We help you weigh when to take risks and when to conserve your energy, and navigate the different spaces you might occupy as you balance a drive for change with your personal boundaries. You'll develop your individual values statement to help guide your career. 3. Create Practices Lastly, we'll help you create personalized practices that will maintain your progress and set you up for continued success on your terms. We want to see you launch into the career you've designed, equipped with everything you need to continue to develop and adapt to your changing world. If you haven't applied for Amplify, there's still time if you act fast. Spots for the 2021 cycle must be secured with a deposit by midnight on 8/25/21. A waiting list for the 2022 program will likely open in October. Click here to learn secure your spot (if you have already applied) Click here to apply today Is your writing project languishing, mired in the messy middle, or stuck on revise and resubmit? Grab my Writing Sprint Blueprint, a powerful productivity tool to help stalled out publications get out of your pipeline and into the world. As a bonus, you'll also gain access to my private podcast feed “Stick to the Plan”, a 10 episode series of short, inspirational messages to keep you going. Click here to get the Writing Sprint Blueprint and “Stick to the Plan” podcast series for just $27! 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After being praised for the success of his first two seasons at Purdue, Jeff Brohm and the Boilermakers have now dealt with back-to-back losing seasons. What will happen if this losing trend continues in West Lafayette? Mike Carmin of the Journal & Courier breaks it down and more! Host: Lance Glinn Guest: Mike Carmin Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On our latest installment of our Hard Truths series, we look at how the process to get tenure at many universities in the U.S. is shutting out academics of color. Guests: Paul Harris, associate professor of education at Pennsylvania State University, and Patricia Matthew, associate professor of English at Montclair State University and editor of Written/Unwritten: Diversity and the Hidden Truths of Tenure Credits: “Axios Today” is brought to you by Axios and Pushkin Industries. This episode was produced by Nuria Marquez Martinez and edited by Alexandra Botti. Jeanne Montalvo is our sound engineer. Dan Bobkoff is our executive producer. Special thanks to executive editor Sara Kehaulani Goo, Hard Truths editor Michele Salcedo and managing editor for business Aja Whitacker-Moore. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I recorded this episode before Nikole Hannah-Jones decided to reject UNC's offer of tenure and bolt for Howard University. It doesn't matter. The fact is, the academy, and particularly journalism departments, deserve her. American journalism has always been about propaganda, and Jones admits her 1619 Project is not history, it's journalism. In reality, it's one long Op-Ed. I discuss tenure and journalism in this episode of The Brion McClanahan Show. https://mcclanahanacademy.com https://brionmcclanahan.com/support http://learntruehistory.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brion-mcclanahan/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brion-mcclanahan/support
Scott shares his thoughts on Tesla's future in a more saturated EV market. He also answers questions on investing in the identity verification market, whether employee-owned businesses could replace publicly traded companies, and how to become a more active member of academia. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices