Future Faculty Day 3- Humanities and Social Sciences: Faculty life: open-access scholarship, diversity & inclusion, teaching & alumni panel

Date
Aug 17, 2022, 12:00 pm5:30 pm
Location
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Event Description
Between 12-3.30 pm, speakers from Princeton University will discuss philosophy and best practices of open-access scholarship, diversity and inclusion and teaching

Speakers:
- Wind Cowles, Director of Research and Open Scholarship
- Rebecca L. Faulkner, Lecturer in Religion department and Senior Fellow in McGraw Center for Teaching & Learning
- Renita Miller, Associate Dean of Access Diversity & Inclusion, Graduate School
- Anu Vedantham, Assistant University Librarian, Research Services

Alumni panel: At 3.30 pm, PhD alumni who serve as faculty in R1, liberal arts college and community college will share about their professional life and diverse experiences. Following this will be an alumni and guest panel for the humanities and social sciences.

ZOOM link for alumni panel: https://princeton.zoom.us/my/jmvanwyck

Panel for humanists and social scientists

Speakers include:
- Kimia Shahi, Assistant Professor, USC Dornsife Department of Art History. 2021-23 Kernan Brothers Environmental Fellow, Harvard University Center for the Environment (virtual)
- Natalka Pavlovsky, Professor of Music, Rowan College South Jersey (in person)
- Charlie Hankin, *21 (SPO), Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish, Colby College (virtual)
- Lydia Tang, Head of World Language Programs, Modern Language Association

Accessibility

To request accommodations for this or any event, please contact the organizer or James M. Van Wyck at least 3 working days prior to the event.