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Previous Webinars

Promotion & Tenure Workshop

The promotion and tenure (P&T) process is often a challenging and stressful experience for tenure-track faculty in academia. A great deal of this stress stems from uncertainty in how to prepare for this important milestone. Accordingly, the goal of this interactive workshop is to share some best practices and guidance on the P&T process, drawing from the facilitator’s own experience and that of other colleagues who have successfully navigated this challenge.

April 16th at 11am PT/2pm ET via Zoom

Dr. Haydee Cuevas

Haydee M. Cuevas is an Associate Professor in the College of Aviation School of Graduate Studies at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), Daytona Beach, FL. Prior to joining ERAU, she worked for over 7 years as a Research Scientist at SA Technologies, Inc. She has a Ph.D. in Applied Experimental and Human Factors Psychology and a B.A. in Psychology, both from the University of Central Florida. Dr. Cuevas has 25 years of experience as a human factors researcher investigating a broad range of human performance issues in complex operational environments. Throughout her career, she has actively endeavored to promote the mentorship and professional development of students and early career professionals.

Find out more about Dr Cuevas here: https://faculty.erau.edu/HaydeeMaria.Cuevas

Reducing Subtle Discrimination Against Women in Academia


In this workshop, Professor Hebl will review some of her research showing the subtle but systemic forms of gender biases that exist in academia. For example, she will discuss biases in letters of recommendations and invitations to give colloquium talks. Additionally, she will review strategies for individuals and our academic communities to reduce these biases.

January 14th at 11am PT/ 2pm ET via Zoom.

Dr. Mikki Hebl

Mikki Hebl graduated with her B.A. from Smith College and Ph.D. from Dartmouth College. She joined the faculty at Rice University in 1998, and is currently the Martha and Henry Malcolm Lovett Professor of Psychology with a joint appointment in the Jones School. Mikki’s research focuses on workplace discrimination and the ways both individuals and organizations can remediate such discrimination and successfully manage diversity. She has approximately 200 publications, 21 teaching awards (including the most prestigious national award called the Cherry Award), research grants from NSF and NIH, and several gender-related research awards. For instance, in 2014, she was honored with the Academy of Management’s Sage Award for lifetime achievement in research advancing knowledge of gender and diversity in organizations, and in 2018, she was selected as the Woman in Academia with Outstanding Career Award from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

Find out more about Dr Hebl at her website: http://www.mikkihebl.com/

Creating and Maintaining Relevance and a Research Portfolio During Tough Times

Looking for a job is extremely challenging at the best of times. Whether you are currently employed, have recently graduated or have been laid off it is helpful to showcase your skills, grow your network and stay involved in your community. One way to showcase your skills is to create a research portfolio. In my prior job, I created case studies which later became the bulk of my research portfolio. When I started End to End User Research we started a project with students to stay relevant, network and be involved in the community. I will review how to create compelling case studies, the elements of a research portfolio and brainstorm some ideas for projects to showcase your skills.

October 29th at 12pm PT via Zoom

Christy Harper is Managing Partner of End to End User Research

Christy currently owns End to End User Research a consultancy specializing in human factors and UX research, participant recruiting, and facility rentals. Previously Christy worked at HP where she managed a team doing research that impacted product design and development throughout the lifecycle.
In her field Christy has contributed to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) input device committee, the Intel Ease of Use Roundtable and the User Experience Design Consortium. She is co-inventor on 3 patents and has coauthored numerous articles and conference papers. Locally she has had an active role mentoring students and interns, and guest lecturing at University of Houston Clear Lake (UHCL) where she was honored to be named a Distinguished Alumni. She is on the Chairperson of the Industry Advisory board for UHCL’s Applied Human Factors Psychology program and has held numerous offices in the Houston chapter of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, most recently President. She has been on multiple industry panels and speaks frequently on usability, ethnography, innovation and other human factors and user experience topics of interest. Christy received her Master of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in Psychology from the University of Houston Clear Lake.