Faculty Development Services and Opportunities
This survey is to gather input from faculty on how the Office of Faculty Development (FDEV) can best serve your professional development needs. Presently, we offer multiple Faculty Learning Communities (FLC), summer programs, book clubs, workshops, and a 2-year mentoring program for new faculty (details at
). Additionally in this survey, we are inviting faculty to express their interest in leading/facilitating FDEV programs in exchange for a course release, stipend, or professional development funds.
First name and last name
What professional development content/topics/themes do you want training on to support your work (e.g. teaching, writing, wellness, leadership, etc.)?
What format provides you the greatest access and most flexibility to engage in professional development?
Faculty Learning Communities (approximately 14 contact hours throughout one or two semesters)
Summer Institutes (approximately 56 contact hours in an intensive 3-week period)
Workshops (approximately one hour offered on various days)
If you checked "Other" above, please describe a format that works best for you.
When do you prefer to engage in professional development?
Please share any suggestions for topics in the Tuesday Tip emails?
Are you interested in leading/facilitating any new or existing FDEV programs? Program leads are compensated with a course release, stipend, or professional development funds. Existing programs include Teaching First-Gen FLC, Grant-writing FLC, Pedagogy FLC, Quality Learning & Teaching FLC, Free Speech FLC, Publish & Flourish Writing FLC, Department Chair Training, Book Clubs, and New Faculty Mentoring.
If you answered yes above, please describe (a) the program you are interested in leading, (b) why you are interested in leading it, and (c) what expertise you would bring to the program.
If you are interested in proposing a new FDEV program, please describe it here.
Please share any other feedback, thoughts, or concerns with FDEV.
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