2017 Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute
Once tenured, faculty are presented with new opportunities to enhance their career and contribute to their institutions and the profession. The main objective of the Mid-Career Faculty Development Consortium (MCFDC) is to assist faculty who have recently passed one of the most important milestones, tenure, plan a fulfilling and rewarding career. In this consortium we will discuss these opportunities and help participants figure out which directions are best for them.
Who Should Attend The Consortium?
The Mid-Career Faculty Development Consortium (MCFDC) at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute is a program intended to provide a forum for faculty who have received tenure within the last three years and are contemplating what types of changes are appropriate for them to achieve their goals and career aspirations.
How and By When to Apply?
To participate in the MCFDC, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1, 2017 to be considered participation in the Consortium. Your email should include the following:
- Email subject should state: 2017 Mid-Career Faculty Development Consortium Application
- Why you wish to be selected for participation in the MCFDC.
- Your current CV.
- A list of five questions that you would like answered in order to advance your professional career.
- A confirmation of having registered for the 2017 Annual Meeting of DSI.
Participation in the MCFDC is limited. Priority will be given to applications received by October 1, 2017. Applications received afterwards will be considered on a space-available basis.
Questions about the MCFDC at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute can be directed to the Mid-Career Faculty Development Consortium co-Coordinators:
Utah State University
University of Richmond