Should I Become a Preceptor Pre-Tenure? Benefits & Things to Consider

Thursday, February 27th, 2014 from 12:15 – 1:30 p.m., in Serra Hall 204

Presented by:
Jonathan Bowman, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Casey Dominguez, Associate Professor, Political Science & International Relations
Anne Koenig, Associate Professor, Psychological Sciences
Geoffrey Morse, Associate Professor, Biology
Atreyee Phukan, Associate Professor, English

Are you a newer faculty member who is curious about the Preceptorial Program at USD? Are you interested in learning about how to broaden your pedagogy while taking strides towards your tenure accomplishments? Have you heard conflicting advice about when to first get involved in teaching your first Preceptorial? Dr. Jonathan Bowman, Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences has put together a group of recently-tenured faculty to discuss their experiences serving as a preceptor in USD’s Living-Learning Community Program. Discussion will:

• Provide a faculty perspective on the preceptorial experience
• Explain how being a preceptor fits into the tenure process
• Offer tips and tools for faculty interested in teaching their first preceptorial
• Clarify the opportunities to work with the student mentor positions
• Detail the compensation and benefits of serving as a preceptor

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You can register for this session in one of three ways:

  1. Online
  2. Email
  3. Phone  (619) 260-7402
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