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Academic Chats: Differences Across the Disciplines-How Teaching and Research Vary Across Departments and Schools

Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Hartley Conference Center, Mitchell Earth Sciences Building

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Salaries, undergraduate and graduate teaching "loads," number of graduate students, sources of research support, and number of authors per publication all vary considerably across disciplines at the same institution. Understanding why this is and how it impacts faculty success will be the subject of this academic chat with two professional guests who have gained  a university-wide perspective on the issues involved.

Ann Arvin, vice provost and dean of research
Chris Golde, associate vice provost, VPGE

Academic Chats are monthly lunch-time discussion groups for graduate students who are considering a career as a faculty member. Chats are an opportunity to learn from and share experiences with others who are preparing for or launching their career as a professor.

Offered throughout the academic year, each Academic Chat focuses on a specific topic and features guest speakers from Stanford and local colleges.

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