Presenter Information

Anne M. DeFelippo
Jay R. Dee

Status

Faculty

Publication Date

5-4-2020

Department

School of Nursing

Description

Despite heavy teaching loads, some mid-career faculty in public comprehensive universities in our study described how they successfully completed scholarly research by employing integrated scholarship- that for many faculty spontaneously evolved at this time in their career. This unexpected study finding suggests that some faculty intentionally worked on their research to also inform their teaching, and their teaching simultaneously informed their research was first described by Carol Colbeck (1998) in her article titled "Merging in a Seamless Blend: How faculty integrate teaching and research."

This paper was to be presented at the AERA Annual Conference in a round-table discussion in San Francisco which was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Presentation Type

Presentation

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Nursing Commons

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Mid-career Faculty and Integrated Scholarship in Public Comprehensive Universities

Despite heavy teaching loads, some mid-career faculty in public comprehensive universities in our study described how they successfully completed scholarly research by employing integrated scholarship- that for many faculty spontaneously evolved at this time in their career. This unexpected study finding suggests that some faculty intentionally worked on their research to also inform their teaching, and their teaching simultaneously informed their research was first described by Carol Colbeck (1998) in her article titled "Merging in a Seamless Blend: How faculty integrate teaching and research."

This paper was to be presented at the AERA Annual Conference in a round-table discussion in San Francisco which was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.