Newly tenured professors should celebrate and pay it forward

05/31/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

Newly tenured professors should celebrate their achievement, but also pay it forward by mentoring untenured colleagues, writes Eric Goldman, professor at the Santa Clara University School of Law. Tenure is a time for them to take on bigger projects and try new teaching techniques, but also to fix some of the problems they may have experienced pre-tenure, Goldman writes in this commentary. "[O]ffer to act as a spokesperson for the untenured faculty; by voicing concerns on their behalf, you can keep the heat off them," Goldman suggests.

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