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We planned the route to avoid busy roads and take in the finest scenery, and some good coffee stops. It was great to have such fantastic support and knowing this challenge was for such a heart felt cause.We set off from Linda’s house on a lovely Sunday morning. Our first stop was Baschurch, 30 miles of gentle rolling Shropshire hills to warm us up.As Morrie Schwartz said in Tuesdays With Morrie “…the culture we have does not make people feel good about themselves….And you have to be strong enough to say if the culture doesn’t work, don’t buy it. I believed that by identifying the right steps to take, people to meet, ways to teach, scholarship to pursue, committees to seek out, and committees to avoid, I would bring clarity to the ambiguity of the tenure process. Tenure provides job and financial security, as well as the ability to take risks in one’s scholarship and the opportunity to help shape the future of one’s institution. Should you stick to safe avenues of inquiry or take chances with new ideas? I perused published sources and quizzed colleagues to gain insight.
Flowing and fast, no time to watch the scenery go by! From here we headed along the A470 towards Machynlleth and then down the Dyfi Estuary.
As I progressed in my second year I decided to be proactive and ask the then-chair of my department, David Strohmetz, about my status and trajectory.
My anxiety laden query was met with a straightforward suggestion: “You can only do so much.
We though the last section would be a gentle downhill to the coast but there was a good few sneaky up hills to test our tired legs!
After 6 hours of fun and exertion we made it to our finish line. We were rewarded with hugs, medals, champagne and a sit down.