Summer Induction Symposium for New Professors (ISNP)
ATE ANNOUNCES THE 4th
SUMMER INDUCTION SYMPOSIUM
FOR NEW EDUCATION PROFESSORS
Saturday, JULY 27, 2019 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.
Doubletree Burlington Hotel, Burlington, VT
Begin your Registration HERE
Participants attending the Symposium will be better prepared to:
- Transition to college/university responsibilities.
- Analyze cultural norms of a new department and university.
- Apply research-based organizational lenses to real-life experiences.
- Expand scholarship, presentation, and publication opportunities, assisted by experienced ATE mentors in similar areas of specialization.
Full-time college/university faculty members entering years 1-3 are eligible.
“This revolutionized the way new faculty are brought on board outside
their home institutions. I wish this experience were possible for all new
teacher educators. Truly fantastic!” - 2016 ISNP Cohort Member
Please contact ISNP Team Leader, Dr. Mary Selke
Or any member of the 2019 Planning/Delivery Team: Dr. Cindy Watson, Dr. David Arneson, Dr. Keenya Mosley, Dr. Debbie Rickey, Dr. Jerry Rivera-Wilson, and Dr. Carrie Robinson.
Register As a Beginning Professor!
Full-time college/university faculty members entering years 1-3 are eligible to enroll.
Register or pre-register for the 2019 cohort: reserve a place at the summer, 2019, Induction Symposium in Burlington, VT, for yourself or a new colleague for only $50.
Deans and Chairs of Education Units: Register Your Beginning Faculty Members.
Assisting beginning faculty members in the initial years of a college or university career is a sound investment. ATE's ISNP participation provides resources, professional lenses for problem-solving, and instant access to content experts, prepared mentors, and national networking opportunities.
If you are a Department Chair or Dean, send your induction phase faculty beginning years 1, 2, or 3 in full-time professorial positions.Click here for a flyer that may be copied, posted, and shared with colleagues.
Be a Mentor to New Professors!
Volunteer to be a Mentor! A team of mentors is needed, with representation from diverse areas of specialization.
professorial position. Mentors will meet their mentee(s) at the summer conference (preferred - or virtually if unable to attend). If you would like to be an ATE Induction Mentor for a beginning professor, please email Debbie Rickey.
In your email message, please include: (a) contact information -- your name, current position, email, and phone, and (b) your areas of expertise – such as elementary education, educational administration, etc.
To register for the Symposium, click the link at the top of the page to go to the online registration site for ATE's 2019 Summer Conference or click here to download a pdf of the registration form.