2024 ADEA Mid-career Allied Dental Faculty Workshop

Dates: May 31, 2024
Venue: ADEA Headquarters
Location: Washington, DC 



Pathways for Mid-career Expansion
Refocus, Recharge and Rebrand Yourself



The ADEA Mid-career Allied Dental Faculty Workshop will provide professional development opportunities for mid-career faculty (i.e., in full-time academia for 7-10 years) for their next-stage careers. The mid-career period is an exciting time to refocus, recharge and rebrand yourself while collaborating, taking risks and moving up in your career. Yet, without the right professional development offerings and support network, mid-career malaise and burnout can easily set in.


The 2024 ADEA Mid-career Allied Dental Faculty Workshop is designed to help you rebrand yourself, rebuild your mid-career toolbox, maintain your momentum and chart your path forward, providing a unique, first-of-its-kind professional development offering to support allied dental faculty at this stage.


If you are an allied dental faculty member with 7-10 years of full-time experience in academia ready to take charge of the next-stage of your career, join us at this inaugural workshop.


Please note: This workshop is not for new faculty, faculty with more than a decade of experience in academia, or part-time faculty. The workshop will focus entirely on skill sets for faculty in full-time academia for 7-10 years.


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  • Identify internal and external resources that can be used to develop mid-career faculty.
  • Identify ways to prepare mid-career faculty for future leadership positions.
  • Engage in goal-setting exercises to outline next steps to achieving career advancement.
  • Foster a mid-career community of scholars for support.
  • Discuss the importance of serving as a mentor.
  • Analyze various technological tools and AI to further develop teaching and learning.
  • Develop additional skills in grant writing and IRB preparation.
  • Prepare a new research trajectory.
  • Describe various methods for increasing diversity in both faculty and staff.

 

Registration fees for this conference are based on individual ADEA membership. You must be a current ADEA member to qualify for the member registration rate. If you are not a current ADEA member, the nonmember rate will apply.

You can join or renew your ADEA membership online at adea.org/join.

 REGISTRATION FEE
Member Rate$350*
Nonmember Rate$450*

*Registration fee includes all materials, lunch, and refreshment breaks. Lodging and travel costs are at the registrant’s expense.


CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS

To receive a refund for your workshop registration, you must submit a written cancellation by Friday, May 3 to Shalonda King at KingS@adea.org. ADEA will issue a refund—minus a $30 processing fee—after the meeting’s conclusion. Cancellation requests received after May 3 are not eligible for refund or credit.

Refunds or credits will not be given for failure to attend, late arrival, unattended events or early departure.

If you are unable to attend, please submit a written cancellation message to Shalonda King, ADEA Senior Manager, Meetings Registration, at KingS@adea.org.

 

Yes, although separate registration is required.

Please visit 2024 ADEA ADPDC registration page for more information about the meeting and how to register.

 

While we look forward to an in-person conference, there is no higher priority than the safety and well-being of ADEA members and staff. Accordingly, we continue to monitor the status of the COVID-19 variants and their impact on the operational status of our ADEA Member Institutions.

ADEA will implement health and safety protocols appropriate to the public health circumstances existing at the time of the conference. Compliance with some or all the protocols adopted by ADEA will be mandatory for in-person attendance and participation at the conference by members, guests of members, sponsors, staff, etc.

Additional information regarding the specific health and safety measures, and any necessary consents by you, will be communicated prior to the first day of the conference. Failure to adhere to or comply with the safety protocols in place may result in removal from the event and/or event premises.

 

ADEA may take photos, screen shots, and video-recordings at this event. By registering for this event, you give ADEA, and its and media partners, permission to use any photos, screen shots, and videos taken during the event (live or virtual) in which you appear, as well as any written comments you submit on evaluation forms, in chat-box, or on social media to be recorded or used for ADEA's promotional purposes.

In response to member requests to share the rich content found in chats, ADEA may download chat-box posts and share this unedited content with conference attendees for their individual informational purposes.

 

The American Dental Education Association is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.

ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

The American Dental Education Association designates this activity for 6.75 continuing education credits.

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All speakers agree that neither they nor members of their immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to their presentation.

 

Questions

If registration changes are required, please contact:  

Shalonda King
Senior Manager, Meetings Registration
KingS@adea.org

Questions regarding housing and transportation, please contact

Donna Casimier
Meetings Manager
CasimierD@adea.org

Questions regarding program content, please contact:

Rebecca Stolberg
Vice President, Allied Dental Education and Faculty Development
StolbergR@adea.org