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Faculty Development Program

About the program

In an effort to support tenure-track faculty through the tenure and promotion process, the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) is offering a new “Faculty Development Program,” which will introduce participants to the resources of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD), as well as other practical tips and information needed to be successful in their research, teaching, and service endeavors.

Through a series of five sessions, participants will cover a range of topics focused on strategic planning, productivity, work-life balance, and building healthy and supportive relationships.


Schedule and Location

All sessions will be held in Gambrell 429 from 9:00-10:30 a.m.

Fall 2019  Topic
October 18th Welcome to the College of Arts and Sciences
 December 13th Using the NCFDD: Every Semester Needs a Plan
Spring 2020  
February 7th Navigating the Tenure and Promotion Process
March 20th Teaching Challenges and Opportunities (in partnership with the Incubator for Teaching Innovation)
April 17th Promoting Mental Health and Work/Life Balance

Tenure-track faculty who are new to the University are strongly encouraged to attend. Participants who complete at least four sessions will be given priority for a small number of fellowships to be awarded by the College for the NCFDD Faculty Success Program (FSP). More details on these fellowships will be forthcoming. 


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Register

To register for the spring sessions of the CAS Faculty Development Program, please select Faculty Development Program when you complete the online formno later than Wednesday, February 5th


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