"To Tenure and Beyond"

A joint faculty development program of the Office of the Provost and the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, To Tenure and Beyond: Building an Intentional Career in STEM is a regional career development workshop series for pre-tenure women professors in STEM from the six research universities (BGSU, CWRU, CSU, KSU, UA and UT) that collaborated on the NSF-PAID grant Institutions Developing Excellence in Academic Leadership (IDEAL).


Funded in 2011 by A Pay it FORWARD grant, and renewed 2012, the To Tenure and Beyond objectives are focused on developing strategic skills, building confidence and enhancing participants' understanding of academe while advancing the creation of a professional development plan that incorporates achieving career objectives post-tenure.

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"What's Next?"

A Leadership and Professional Development Program for Tenured Women Faculty

This program is targeted to mid-career women faculty who have achieved tenure (associate or full professor) and are interested in enhancing their formal or informal leadership within their academic unit and discipline/profession. 


Three sessions will be held: Monday, September 9, Monday November 18 and Tuesday January 27, 8:30am to 1:30pm, Mandel Community Building 115.


The objectives of the program are to enhance leadership and career development skills, and develop change leadership expertise.  Each participant will engage in the ECI (Emotional Competency Inventory), a 360 degree assessment of leadership competencies. Two individual coaching sessions will be available to each participant throughout the program.

Application is now closed for this year

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For more information, contact Susan Freimark: • 216-368-8860.




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