The Faculty Meeting is a conversational podcast related to being a faculty member at the university level. Your hosts, Dr. Marty Jencius and Dr. Eric Baltrinic, interview a variety of guests on topics of interest including faculty roles, responsibilities, and lifestyle.
TFM042 - COVID-19 Conversations
In this episode, Marty and Eric return to start a conversation on the personal and professional impact of the COVID pandemic on their lives as well as their institution, students, and colleagues.
TFM041 - Mentoring Faculty
Marty and Eric converse with guest, Elsa Soto-Leggett, Professor and Chair at Houston Baptist University about faculty mentoring new faculty.
TFM040 - Gender Microaggressions
Dr. Michele Kerulis (The Family Institute at Northwestern University) and Dr. Stacey Litam (visiting Assistant Professor at Cleveland State University) join Marty and Eric in a discussion about gender microaggressions.
TFM039 - International Student Adjustment
Ramona Grad (doctoral candidate at Georgia State University) and Peitao Zhu (doctoral student at Syracuse University), join Eric and Marty to speak about international student adjustment to U.S. higher education.
TFM038 - Perfectionism: Ourselves, our Students, our Faculty
Dr. Philip Gnilka from Virginia Commonwealth University speaks with us about perfectionism, its context, and how we see it in student and faculty roles.
TFM037 - Faculty and Intersectionality
Eric and Marty welcome guest Dr. Christian Chan from Idaho State University who speaks with them about intersectionality and academic roles.
Great podcast for new and seasoned faculty
I have enjoyed all the podcasts to this point and have implemented changes and ideas into class and my program from some of the episodes. Great listening for long flights to conferences.
As a doctoral student in CES, I do not think I could find a better way of learning about college teaching. Very beneficial.
New new faculty
As a soon to be faculty member... I listened to one, and that was all it took to then proceed to binge all available. The show & hosts work to sheer the veil of mystery of a faculty role. I’ve laughed, taken notes, felt connected to a larger community, & reduced some of the unknowns of what is to come!