SESP Women's Leadership Workshop

SESP Women's Leadership Workshop

Men and women advanced graduate students and new faculty are invited to attend a skills-based professional development workshop. Modeled on leadership workshops in MBA programs, the workshop will explore different ways that women faculty navigate the challenges they face in their institutions and provide attendees with specific strategies and concrete skills. In addition, a panel of women psychologists who have taken leadership roles at journals, in professional societies, and at their universities will share their experiences and offer guidance.

Register now: http://www.sesp.org/annualconference

Details

When

1-5pm

October 17, 2019

Where

TBA

Who

Priority given to women who are advanced graduate students and new faculty. Session cap at 20. Men are also welcome to attend.

Cost

$35.00

Organizer

Camille Johnson

Professor of Managment,

San Jose State University

Scheduled Panelists

Ashby Plant

  • Professor, Psychology and Social Psychology Area Director
  • Florida State University

Kristin Pauker

  • Associate Professor, Psychology
  • University of Hawaii, Manoa

Joanna Schug

  • Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies
  • College of William and Mary


Topics

  • Managing and controlling your time
  • Networking effectively
  • Choosing the "right" service activities
  • Managing student evaluations
  • Managing colleagues

Topics

  • Managing and controlling your time
  • Networking effectively
  • Choosing the "right" service activities
  • Managing student evaluations
  • Managing colleagues

Comments from previous attendees

"I went away with the understanding that I need to be mindful of my career choices (especially around service) now because they will impact me in the future; but it's important to be authentic in what I choose to commit to. "

" I felt more comfortable voicing my professional concerns, especially ones that are relevant to women (e.g., not being firm enough with students), because the audience was all women. "

Questions? Email camille.johnson@sjsu.edu