Maintaining an Active Research Agenda

This professional development workshop focuses on balancing teaching with scholarly research—which most non-tenure-track faculty have no contractual incentive to conduct, but which improves one’s pedagogy and enriches one’s teaching career.

Panelists will briefly explain their own experience balancing teaching with staying current in scholarly research, identifying barriers that participants are likely to face, and then offering a few concrete (and memorable) suggestions that participants may implement in their own approaches to maintaining an active research agenda while teaching full-time.  These brief presentations would then be followed by a 20-minute open discussion/Q&A with participants.


Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Affairs
This workshop will be facilitated by Lev Szentkirályi, a faculty fellow focusing on teaching and clinical faculty development in the Office of Faculty Affairs. As part of the Faculty Development and Support team, Lev develops programming to support early-, mid-, and late-career teaching and clinical professors through the unique challenges that define their non-tenure-track careers.  

Friday, November 18, 2022 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Development & Training



College, School & Unit

Academic Affairs



Faculty Affairs, Faculty Development and Support


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