Kaleb Briscoe selected for CAHEP Early Career Workshop

Kaleb Briscoe selected for CAHEP Early Career Workshop

28 Oct 2019    

Kaleb Briscoe, doctoral candidate and Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of Educational Administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, was one of 30 participants chosen for the Early Career Workshop by the Council for the Advancement of Higher Education Programs (CAHEP) at this year’s Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) conference.

The workshop is offered to assistant professors, new associate professors in higher education programs, and advanced doctoral students at the dissertation stage who intend to become faculty, and will take place on November 13, 2019. A diverse group of recently tenured faculty and senior scholars from around the country will share advice and expertise about how to craft and develop a research agenda, effectively teach and advise, earn tenure and promotion, and shape a successful and meaningful career.

Kaleb shared, “I am excited to participate and learn from scholars at this year’s workshop. As a Black woman who aspires to be a tenure track faculty member in higher education, I am constantly striving to advance my skills in research, teaching, and advising. Through my engagement in this workshop, I hope to learn how to navigate the tenure process and advance the next phase of my research agenda”.

Educational Administration