EAM 2020 MID-CAREER AND SENIOR FACULTY CONSORTIUM

The Mid-Career and Senior (MSFC) Consortium creates a space for open and frank conversation of special interest to EAM participants at mid or senior career.   After an opening about confidentiality, we will invite participants to join a conversation/community.  For example, mid-career faculty have often been promoted and want to talk about, “Now what do I want to do with the next 20 years of my career?”  Senior faculty may want to talk about “When should I retire?” or “What will I do when I retire?” or “How do I stay current in my field?

Consortium Facilitators

Dr. Joan Weiner
Professor of Management

LeBow College of Business, Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA 19104
Email:
weinerjl@drexel.edu
Past President, EAM Fellow

Contact for questions


Dr. David Fearon

EmeritusProfessor of Management & Organization

Central Connectiut State University

E-mail: fearon@ccsu.edu

EAM Fellow

Dr. Dale Finn

Pompea College of Business

University of New Haven

New Haven, CT 06516

E-mail: DFinn@newhaven.edu


Dr. Sandra Morgan

Barney School of Business (Emerita)

University of Hartford

Hartford, CT 06117

E-mail: morgan@hartford.edu


Schedule

Wednesday June 24, 2020

8:30                 Welcome to EAM 2020 by EAM President


1:00-2:30         Option 1: Career Challenges of Directors, Chairs, and Assistant/Associate Deans

     Option 2: Quantitative Methods II: Storytelling through Statistics

3:00– 3:45       Exhibit/Sponsor presentation

    4:00 - 5:15       Keynote Address Lori Groth, CTO Stanley Black & Decker: Being Human in the Digital world

    5:30-7:00         Mid-Career and Sr. Faculty Consortium Conversations

    This consortium always has been a place for private conversations around a variety of topics of interest to participants.   Please help us plan by sharing topics you would like to discuss with colleagues. Our guess is these may include issues of managing different career and life decisions, now complicated by the rapid shift from the familiar to different models of teaching, using technology, etc.  What is our role as faculty?   What is our own plan?

    Your questions are anonymous and will only be shared with Consortium facilitators. Please submit your question here.

     

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