Tuesday, October 26 at 11:30am to 1:00pm
“Hispanic-serving research institutions”: the phrase is a neologism, describing a kind of minority-serving institution that has not existed previously in the US. The University of California is leading the way in reimagining how faculty can excel in research while also becoming accomplished equity-minded educators. In order to make this transition successfully, administrators, departments, and individual faculty members will need to navigate workload equity concerns, support early career faculty through the tenure process, create more just working conditions for adjunct and contingent faculty, and ensure that faculty from historically marginalized groups do not bear an unreasonable burden for creating student success. This workshop invites current and future faculty, as well as administrators, to brainstorm how to better align faculty workload and incentives with institutional goals.
Jody Greene is the Associate Vice Provost for Teaching And Learning, the Director of the Center for Innovations in Teaching and Learning, and a Professor of Literature at UC Santa Cruz.
Center for Innovative Teaching, Research, and Learning
CITRAL, UC Santa Barbara Library, Room 1576