New Faculty Academy: Building Your T&P File from Day One

Thursday, November 11, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:15 PM

 

Center for Teaching Excellence

Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511


Details

Time flies when you’re having fun—and also when your tenure clock starts ticking. You earned your position as a faculty member by being accomplished at managing long-term projects and goals, but this most critical professional deadline is one that requires careful planning. This workshop, geared primarily towards new faculty starting their probationary periods, will provide concrete suggestions for planning your work, staying on track with those plans, and building your tenure file along the way.


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Participants must attend a workshop in its entirety to receive credit for the workshop in their training records. Late arrival and/or early exit from a workshop invalidates receiving credit. If technology issues require rescheduling of a workshop, participants must attend the workshop at the rescheduled time to receive credit. These policies apply to all CTE workshops/events, including workshops that qualify as requirements/electives for a certificate of completion.


Facilitator


Lisa Hammond
Director of Faculty Affairs
Office of the Provost


Lisa Hammond's responsibilities include support of all faculty appointment, promotion and tenure activities, including working with the Faculty Senate Office and facilitating review and update of unit criteria documents. She provides support for advancement for both tenure-track faculty and professional-track faculty. In addition, she coordinates appointment and reappointment for endowed chairs and named professorships. 


Hammond joined the Office of the Provost in 2020. She has been a faculty member at the University of South Carolina Lancaster since 1998. She has taught first-year composition courses and many literature and writing courses for majors and non-majors, including creative writing and business writing. In addition, she has taught a range of interdisciplinary courses, including internships and women’s and gender studies courses. She has served the university in a wide variety of faculty governance and administrative roles, including chairing the Lancaster faculty organization, chairing local and Palmetto College tenure and promotion committees, leading implementation of Palmetto College’s electronic tenure and promotion system, holding leadership roles in the Palmetto College Campuses Faculty Senate, and serving as Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Research for USC Lancaster.


She is a poet and has published three chapbooks of poetry, Lily Watch (Seven Kitchens Press, 2021), Goddess Suite (Small Fires Press, 2018), and Moving House (Texas Review Press, 2007). Her poems have appeared in Tar River Poetry, Southern Poetry Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, Calyx, The South Carolina Review, English Journal, storySouth, North Carolina Literary Review, and Literary Mama, among others. Her scholarship on American women’s autobiography and rhetoric and composition has appeared in the National Women’s Studies Association Journal, Biography, and Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy.