More information will be announced soon but the following information about DJC.
Prof. David Weinberg
Topic or Title
I will give an overview, mainly from my own experience, about the main stages of a "conventional" university academic career in astronomy: graduate student, postdoc(s), assistant professor, associate professor, full professor, emeritus professor, with some discussion of mysteries like summer salary, tenure, and sabbaticals and of variants on this path such as lecturer, research scientist, research faculty member.
I will first focus on how activities and responsibilities change at these various stages, then loop back to issues of work/life balance, emphasizing that there is no single "right" answer to finding this balance and that successful astronomers make a variety of choices that have different implications. I encourage others to jump in with their own experiences and questions.
This article https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8282063/ may be a useful pre-read for the second part of this discussion,