Workshop: Building Your Dossier, Monday, 10/1, 4-6pm

306 Russell Hall


Land your first faculty position in higher ed! This workshop is the second in the series of offerings by the Academic Career Development Program, co-sponsored by Career Education & Professional Development (CEPD). Faculty will share perspectives on what search committees are looking for in your dossier materials.


Presenters:


Christine Baron is Assistant Professor of Social Studies at Teachers College. She holds an Ed.D in Social Studies Education, Boston University; M.S.Ed., Moderate Special Needs, Simmons College; and B.A., History and Secondary Education, Marist College. Her research interests include historical thinking with non-traditional texts; teaching and learning in museums/informal settings; and the use of museums and historic sites in teacher education. Dr. Baron has published scholarly articles in her field, and led the Career Development Program at Teachers College since Fall of 2016.


Noah Drezner is Associate Professor of Higher Education and Program Director for Higher and Postsecondary Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. He holds a Ph’D and M.S. Ed. from the University of Pennsylvania and is the author of several books and many scholarly articles and chapters.


Mary Hafeli is Professor of Art and Art Education and Program Director for Art and Art Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. She has an Ed.D and Ed.M in Art and Art Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and B.F.A. in Visual Arts from the University of Michigan. Her research interests include ideas, ways of thinking, decisions, and judgments that characterize the practices of artists as they produce creative work; the teaching environments in which students' art works are created; youth and adult perspectives on "good" teaching in art; art-based and literary forms as methods of inquiry; college art teaching and learning; and arts leadership in higher education.


This workshop is designed for ALL doctoral students navigating the academic job search. Other TC students may attend on a first come, first serve basis. Please register on TCCS LINK via myTC Portal for details.


Where: 306 Russell


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