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Mentoring Breakfast Discussion Tables – August Update

Dear Conference Attendees,

The SSAWW 2015 Mentoring Breakfast is for everyone – there is something of interest for SSAWWers at all stages of their careers.

We have put together a wide range of topics, mostly growing out of suggestions by SSAWW members, and are very pleased to be continuing this tradition at SSAWW.

Please come and join the discussion at breakfast at the table of your choice on Friday morning of the conference, 7:30 to 8:50, as a mentor, a mentee or just to listen and converse.

Thanks to all who have agreed to facilitate

If you did not sign up for the breakfast when you registered for the conference, you may still do so through the conference registration site. The cost for regular members is $20. Graduate students are complimentary but they must be pre-registered.

Table Topics (in alphabetical order):

The Demands of Service: Tips for Time Management and ‎Avoiding Burn-Out

– Facilitated by Barb McKaskill

Digital Humanities I: “How to learn more about DH and how to develop a DH project

– Facilitated by Paul Ohler

Digital Humanities II: “Archives and Other Digital Projects”

– Facilitated by Martha Nell Smith

“Flourishing in Alternative Careers for PhDs”

– Facilitated by Gail K. Smith

“Forming Societies – Authors and Areas”

– Facilitated by Sharon Harris and Sarah Olivier

“Getting over ‘Associate:’ Promotion to Full Professor”

– Facilitated by Karen Kilcup

“The Job Search”

– Facilitated by Heidi Hanrahan and Rickie-Ann Legleitner

“Motherhood and the Academic Career”

– Facilitated by Phyllis Cole and Miranda Green-Barteet

“The Online Academic Presence – Social Media and Professional Websites”

– Facilitated by Donna Campbell and Kristin Jacobson

Publishing I: “Peer-reviewed articles”

– Facilitated by Shirley Samuels

Publishing II: “The Book Project”

– Facilitated by Koritha Mitchell

“Retirement: Planning and Working”

– Facilitated by Susan K. Harris

“Why go into administration? – Considerations of the Administrative Track”

– Facilitated by Deb Clarke and Sarah Robbins

“Working in Women’s Studies

– Facilitated by Kimberly Brown

Conference registration site:

https://uw-whitewater-web.ungerboeck.com/reg/reg_p1_form.aspx?oc=10&ct=FULLREG&eventid=5836

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