Workshop: So you want to be a professor?

Date / Time

May 4, 2019, 1:00pm–5:00pm Save to your calendar (.ics file)

Are you a nurse or nursing student from an underrepresented group?

Envision yourself as an educator at a college or university!

The Washington Center for Nursing is hosting a FREE three-day overview in professorship.

The three-part workshop will cover:
• Basic responsibilities and duties of a professor
• The required degrees and other qualifications and preparation for professors
• How to apply for jobs in a college and university setting, attain tenure and other aspects of navigating the academic world.

The workshop is divided into three parts which are hosted at three different locations:

May 4, 2019 // 1-5 p.m. Seattle Pacific University
May 18, 2019 // 1-5 p.m. University of Washington
May 25, 2019 // 1-5 p.m. Green River College

Meet the workshop leaders:

  • Butch de Castro, PhD, MSN/MPH, RN, FAAN University of Washington School of Nursing Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Antwinett O. Lee, EdD, MSN-CNS, RN Associate Dean, Undergraduate Nursing Assistant Professor, School of Health Sciences
  • KaraLynn LaValley, Ph.D., RN, Director of Nursing Programs Green River College

Register by April 8th (space is limited)