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1 (AKA “PREPARING FOR THE BEST JOB IN THE WORLD!”) ELIZABETH HARDIE, DVM, PHD, DIPLOMATE ACVS Making a Successful Transition from Resident/Graduate Student to Faculty: Dos and Don'ts

2 Negotiations

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5 Mean professional income, DVM’s, years since graduation and gender Priv. Prac. Owners Priv. Prac. Associates Public/Corporate YearsMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale 1-270,17974,74048,90253,699 3-4100,71785,17462,27966,272 5-9118,61273,647103,95491,25567,29187,813 10-14138,25892,926101,30986,201108,968107,811 15-19164,365149,504104,25088,628129,100108,323 20-24165,129146,826118,07595,530154,497125,330 >/= 25168,114133,862112,80580,630156,030136,600 From: AVMA Report on Veterinary Compensation, 2011 Edition

6 2011 Assistant Professor Salaries $89,000-$110,000 is what you can expect. Mean and Median: $98,000-$99,000

7 Negotiations Do Negotiate on your salary offer Ask for laboratory space Ask for technician time Ask for start up funds Ask about statistics help Ask about any equipment you need Limit clinics to <50% (tenure track) Know what your emergency commitment is Ask for moving expenses Ask for office space Ask for a computer and a printer Ask about travel costs, publication costs Don’t Just accept what is offered: counter Accept unreasonable conditions just to get the job. Underestimate the workload of the lone ranger

8 Understanding the Job

9 Precise Not so precise 1 first author or corresponding author paper per year, 5 year tenure clock = 5 papers Demonstrate scholarly ability Produce significant contributions to the scholarly literature Statement of Mutual Expectations: Research

10 Research: moving from doer to organizer

11 Do Don’t Research: Mentor/Mentee Relationship

12 Do Don’t Research: establishing your area of expertise

13 Research: Show me the money

14 Precise Not so precise > 80% A’s and B’s on evaluations of teaching Demonstrate good teaching Statement of Mutual Expectations: Teaching

15 Do Don’t Teaching

16 Teaching: 3 basics Deliberate Practice Immediate Feedback Motivation

17 Precise Not so precise Have an acceptable teaching hospital evaluation Provide 3 opportunities for continuing education at a state level Provide good clinical service and continuing education Statement of Mutual Expectations: Extension

18 Do Don’t Clinics

19 Do Don’t Continuing Education

20 Precise Not so Precise Serve on 1 college level committee within the 5 year evaluation period Provide service to the college and the profession Statement of Mutual Expectations: Service

21 Do Don’t Service

22 Do Be careful Collegiality

23 Why do this job?


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