The Human Resources Division of the Academy of Management is pleased to invite attendees for the 2nd of a series of Virtual Sessions of the HR New Faculty Consortium! This virtual session will focus on COVID-19 challenges to career vocational development of new career faculty.Date: May 22, 2021Time: 9 - 11am, Eastern (US) TimeThis session will open with a one-hour Panel discussion of the tenure and promotion process, whether to go back on the market as an experienced assistant professor, departmental politics that might influence such decisions, how to handle taking a less desirable job during COVID-19 and, importantly, how to cope with all of these dynamics.Our panelists:Peter Bamberger, Tel Aviv UniversitySteve Charlier, Georgia Southern UniversityIngrid Fulmer, Rutgers UniversityBecca Kehoe, Cornell UniversityAnthony Nyberg, University of South CarolinaCaitlin Porter, University of MemphisAmanda Shantz, Trinity College, DublinAfter the panel discussion, participants will be randomly assigned to breakout rooms for small group discussions and networking.This professional development workshop is geared towards new career assistant professors (also welcome - those who are imminently graduating) who teach or conduct research in Human Resources Management. Featuring successful senior faculty members with proven records in research and teaching, this virtual PDW aims to provide guidance in navigating an academic career in an ever-changing and challenging environment.Schedule9:00am to 9:10am - Welcome & Introduction9:10am to 10:10am - Main Panel session10:10am to 10:20am - Break10:20am to 11:00am - Breakout session10:55am to 11:00am - Wrap-up and Thank youHow To RegisterTo register, please click the link below, or copy/paste it into your web browser. If you have any questions or experience technical problems, please contact Kathleen Keeler (firstname.lastname@example.org).https://tinyurl.com/y6tj5ufsPre-registration IS REQUIRED. This session is limited to 100 participants. The deadline for registration is May 15.Click below, or copy and paste the following link into your browser.