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Should I Stay or Should I Go: The Fit and Feasibility of a Pre-Tenure Career Move. . ……….. During a RECE $$ ION Sheila Witherspoon, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, School Counseling Monmouth University swithers@monmouth.edu. Should you go during a recession?.

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should i stay or should i go the fit and feasibility of a pre tenure career move

Should I Stay or Should I Go: The Fit and Feasibility of a Pre-Tenure Career Move.

………..During a RECE$$ION

Sheila Witherspoon, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, School Counseling

Monmouth University

swithers@monmouth.edu

common reasons pre tenure faculty begin a search
Common Reasons Pre-Tenure Faculty Begin a Search
  • Uncertainty of receiving tenure
  • Perceived lack of mentoring and/or support
  • Realized preference for teaching college
  • Realized preference for research college
  • Experienced feelings of isolation
  • Realized lack of time for research and writing
conduct a needs assessment then study the culture
Conduct a Needs Assessment…then, STUDY the Culture

The best type of tenure is that which matches your ideals and values.

~Leslie M. Phinney, Ph.D.

what culture works for you
What culture works for you

2-year/technical college

public

state

Private

College

Teaching

Training

Center

ONLINE

Minority Research funds

Student assistants

Conference

Travel

$$

hbcu

For-profit

Independent

technology

IRB

mentoring

Grant writing

personal social concerns
Personal-social concerns
  • Social location of your university IS important; particularly to professors of color.
    • Spiritual home
    • Love relationships
    • Stress release
    • Cosmetology
    • Social outlets
    • Shopping
    • Restaurants
    • Fraternity/Sorority graduate chapters
    • Business and/or organizational connections
from research to teaching institute
From research to teaching institute
  • Indicated in the mission statement of the college/university
  • Typically teach 3-4 classes per semester, with an option to teach summer school
  • Tend to participate in a number of committees for service
  • Generally smaller in population
  • Scholarship (research/publication/grant writing) production may be moderate, yet expected at a steady rate.
from teaching to research institute
From teaching to research institute
  • Indicated in the mission statement of the college/university
  • Typically able to negotiate teaching load from 0 -2 classes per semester, with an option to teach summer school OR conduct research.
  • Tend to participate in college/school, department, and university committees for service; leadership position expected.
  • Generally larger in population
  • Scholarship (research/publication/grant writing) is expected from a high rate of production – “publish NOW…or perish”!!
decision making strategies when accepting a new offer
Decision making strategies when accepting a new offer
  • Negotiation leverage
    • Moving Cost
    • Understanding your new contract
    • Negotiating your clock
    • Tenure rules and regulations
    • Salary and advancement opportunity
considerations when separating from one s current position
Considerations when separating from one’s current position
  • Human Resources:
    • Absolute last day to provide notice of separation
    • Benefits
    • 403b or salary benefits
  • Exit interviews
  • Collegial separation