Monday, December 9

Making the Transition from Faculty to Administration

Lindsay Curtis

by Lindsay Curtis

Think back for a moment to how you felt during your first trimester as a new faculty member. Did you feel excited, nervous, and perhaps a little overwhelmed? Now, you’re a seasoned faculty member with a lot of experience under your belt, and you’re ready to make the move from faculty to administration. And once again, you may be feeling excited, nervous, and perhaps a little overwhelmed. 

Though it may appear to be a seamless move to make, the transition from faculty to administration comes with its own set of challenges. It calls for a shift in your perspective and  responsibilities. How your colleagues view you is likely to shift, too. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you make your transition from faculty to administration.

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