In this panel discussion, organized by Suparna Rajaram and Maryanne Garry on behalf of Women in Cognitive Science, four successful SARMAC researchers will address specific themes of academic life in which time management plays a crucial—and sometimes perhaps a hidden—role in success. These themes include 1) Having to decide between attending a conference versus spending that time writing, 2) balancing research, teaching and service, 3) making time to write, and 4) balancing family and career. A mix of junior and senior faculty, both men and women, will share the range of experience that we ourselves have as scientists, faculty, and administrators. We also want to engage the audience in discussion, and give people a forum ask the questions that are most on their minds. WICS encourages both women and men to attend its meetings.
Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
Thursday, June 25, 2015 - 11:45am to 1:15pm
Daniel Bernstein (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)
Andrew Butler (University of Texas at Austin)
Jessecae Marsh (Lehigh University)
Deryn Strange (John Jay College)