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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium ACerS/TMS Emerging Faculty Symposium
Presentation Title Contributing to Academic Culture as Individuals
Author(s) Darryl P. Butt
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Darryl P. Butt
Abstract Scope The health and performance of an academic unit, and correspondingly the success and retention of faculty, post docs, staff and students, are influenced greatly by its culture. Faculty and administrators often wrestle with communication and policies aimed at influencing the culture associated with issues like safety, mentorship, quality assurance, assessment and accreditation, and equity, diversity, and inclusion. In this presentation I’ll share some ideas for simplifying processes, principals to contribute to a safe, healthy, and inclusive academic work environment. The focus of our reciprocal discussion will be less on a top-down approaches than on what individuals can do to help their leadership and colleagues build a respectful and productive workplace, aligned with strategic priorities.
Proceedings Inclusion? Undecided

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

A Department Chair Perspective on the Faculty Search Process
Building Compassion and Human Bridges through Research Collaborations
Contributing to Academic Culture as Individuals
Funding, Mentoring and Broadening Participation: Opportunities and Pathways
Integrating Scientific Writing into Undergraduate Level Traditional Engineering Courses
Life-Lessons from a Career Spent Interacting with International Professional Societies and Research Collaborations
Navigating the National Science Foundation - Tips for Early Career Faculty and Researchers
Successfully Transitioning from a Teaching-Intensive to a Research-Intensive University while on the Tenure-Track
The STEM Ambassador Program: Engaging Materials Scientists with Public Groups – Where They Live, Work, Recreate, and Gather

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