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Sunday, August 4 • 10:30am - 11:45am
107 - Leading with Tenure and Promotion: Navigating the Dynamics of Power, Research, and Service in the Archives Profession

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Academic faculty positions often require archival professionals to publish, present, engage in service, and achieve distinction in the profession. Four archivists who are at different stages of the promotion and tenure process share insights about navigating the challenges and power dynamics of advancing in the academy. Discussion topics include developing a robust dossier and research agenda; finding service opportunities; and the importance of mentorship, advocacy, and diversity in fostering our academic leadership.

Moderator: Elizabeth Marzuoli Scott

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Elizabeth Marzuoli Scott

Archivist and Special Collections Librarian, East Stroudsburg University
Elizabeth M. Scott is currently the Archivist & Special Collections Librarian and Assistant Professor at East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania. She is the liaison for art+design, theatre, health studies, exercise science and athletic training. Prior to coming to ESU, she worked... Read More →

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Rebecca Hankins

Associate Professor, Archivist/Curator, Texas A&M University
Hankins is an Associate Professor and a certified archivist/librarian. She has been at Texas A&M University since 2003, receiving tenure in 2010. She builds collections and scholarly resources related to Africana, Women & Gender, and Area Studies.
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Rachel Walton

Digital Archivist and Librarian, Rollins College
Rachel Walton is the Digital Archivist at Rollins College, a small liberal arts college in Central Florida. In that role she works to preserve and provide access to the college?s the digital resources. She also teaches a variety of archives classes.
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Heidi Abbey Moyer

Archivist & Humanities Reference Librarian, The Pennsylvania State University Libraries
Ms. Moyer is a tenured faculty librarian at Penn State Harrisburg. With over twenty-five years of academic library experience, her research interests include archival advocacy and outreach, primary source literacy, motherhood and women's studies.

Sunday August 4, 2019 10:30am - 11:45am CDT
Lone Star A, [Level 3]