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The Changing Campus Workplace: What Deans and Department Chairs Need to Know - Shared screen with speaker view
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
23:48
Welcome to today’s Chronicle of Higher Education’s virtual forum.A reminder: Please use the Q&A box to ask questions or make comments.We’ll respond with “Posting” to indicate that your question or comment is now visible to all attendees.Our hosts and panelists will answer as many questions as they can.All of them inform our coverage — articles, reports, and events.A reminder that the event is being recorded, and we’ll send each of you a link to watch it on-demand in a few days.Closed captioning is available.This session is underwritten by ServiceNow.
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
24:07
Our host today is:Megan Zahneis, a staff reporter at The ChronicleOur panel is:Christopher S. Celenza, the James B. Knapp Dean of Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Johns Hopkins U.Mary Beth Dawson, biology department chair, Kingsborough Community CollegeKimberly A. Griffin, professor and associate dean of graduate studies and faculty affairs, U. of Maryland at College Park’s College of EducationTaviare L. Hawkins, professor of physics and division chair for math and sciences, St. Catherine U.**
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
25:33
Megan’s article – The Faculty Job (Almost) No One Wants: Chairing a department has never been easy. The pandemic has only made it tougher.https://www.chronicle.com/article/the-faculty-job-almost-no-one-wants
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
57:09
The interview participants are:Ian Wilhelm, assistant managing editor, The ChronicleAndShannon Cobourn, Global Head of Education Industry Solutions, ServiceNow
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
01:03:33
Our host today is:Megan Zahneis, a staff reporter at The ChronicleOur panel is:Christopher S. Celenza, the James B. Knapp Dean of Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Johns Hopkins U.Mary Beth Dawson, biology department chair, Kingsborough Community CollegeKimberly A. Griffin, professor and associate dean of graduate studies and faculty affairs, U. of Maryland at College Park’s College of EducationTaviare L. Hawkins, professor of physics and division chair for math and sciences, St. Catherine U.
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
01:04:39
Resources to further the discussion:The Faculty Job (Almost) No One Wants: Chairing a department has never been easy. The pandemic has only made it tougher. - from The Chroniclehttps://www.chronicle.com/article/the-faculty-job-almost-no-one-wantsThe Chair’s Role in the Continuing Pandemic - from The Chroniclehttps://www.chronicle.com/professional-development/report/the-chairs-role-in-the-continuing-pandemic
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
01:04:46
How to Bridge the Mutual Distrust Between Leaders and Professors Amid Covid-19 - from The Chroniclehttps://www.chronicle.com/article/how-to-bridge-the-mutual-distrust-between-leaders-and-professors-amid-covid-19/
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
01:04:58
Faculty Well-Being: Creating a Stronger Workforce – a Chronicle virtual panelhttps://tinyurl.com/25zwrmhk
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
01:05:10
A Chair’s Life in 3 Stages - from Inside Higher Edhttps://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2020/10/27/insights-new-department-chair-has-gained-during-pandemic-opinionDepartment Chairs in Distress - from Inside Higher Edhttps://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2021/11/11/growing-challenges-confronting-department-chairs-opinion
Ian Wilhelm, The Chronicle
01:12:21
Thank you all for joining today’s session. And thanks to everyone who offered questions or comments. All of them inform our coverage.A reminder that the event is being recorded, and we’ll send each of you a link to watch it on-demand in a few days. That email will also include the resources shared in the chat.