We are excited to announce that an Early Scholars Professional Development Workshop has been added to the mix for the ARNOVA Conference!
This workshop will be a distinctive opportunity for Early Scholars (Assistant Professors, Doctoral and Masters’ students) to participate. ARNOVA will host pre- and post- conference sessions and also sessions during the event.
The program kicks off on Wednesday before ARNOVA Conference with a general introductory session on the Trends in Nonprofit Research and Career, before the groups break into parallel sessions that cover:
• Surviving Pre-Tenure for Assistant Professors
• Succeeding the Job Market for Doctoral Students
• Career Choices and Prospects for Masters’ Students
Another session on Surviving Pre-Tenure and a session on Ethics in Research/Teaching and Service tailored for the specific early scholars will take place during the conference. The Workshop will conclude with post-conference research roundtables, sponsored by the Theory, Issues, and Boundaries Section.
The Workshop committee is formed of Khaldoun AbouAssi (Chair), Mary Kay Gugerty, Mary Clare Hano, Catherine Herrold, Christina Mitchell, and Mary Tschirhart. The Committee is working on the final details of the Workshop and will be in touch with ARNOVA members who might be interested to volunteer as panelists and facilitators.
We also want to thank the Committee for its efforts and we want to thank you in advance for your service. Click on the registration link here!
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