research agenda, publication, tenure, promotion, faculty success
Anyone associated with higher education will acknowledge that tenure track faculty have to perform a fantastic balancing act. Compared to an administrative or line role in an organization, higher education faculty have tremendous autonomy and freedom. However, they face competing demands of many different (and good) opportunities, and for them the stakes are always high. Help is here! This article introduces a powerful strategy for staying on track in the research strand of this competitive journey.
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King, Kathleen P., "Faculty Success: Developing a Research and Publication Agenda" (2010). Leadership, Counseling, Adult, Career and Higher Education Faculty Publications. 4.
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