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Academics and Research

Developing a Portfolio for Tenure

Navigating the pathway to successful tenure and promotion can be an intimidating process for the beginning tenure-track assistant professor. This pathway can look exceedingly difficult to a new junior faculty member, but it does not need to be so. Having

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Academics and Research

Mentoring Mid-Career Faculty

Full professor is the highest faculty rank to which faculty can aspire at colleges and universities in the United States. However, unlike the tenure decision and promotion from assistant professor to associate professor, there is no firmly established or implemented

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Academics and Research

An Effective Business Model For A University Clinic

Historically, university training clinics were established as the primary clinical training units of departments that offer graduate degree programs in speech-language pathology and audiology. These clinics serve as a valuable source of clinical exposure for students to clients of a

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Academics and Research

Balancing Faculty Careers and Work Lives

At the recent ASHA 2009 Convention, Dr. KerryAnn O’Meara presented a thoughtful review of her recent book, Faculty Careers and Work Lives (O’Meara, Terosky, and Neumann, 2008), followed by a panel of deans who are also professors in communication sciences

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