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Resident Scholar for TPF and Associate Clinical Professor Laura Sponsler, Director of Faculty Development and ...
Our You Rock! program encourages faculty and staff to recognize each other for accomplishments, large and small. ...
Grown out of partnership between the Office of Vice Provost of Faculty Affairs and the Writing Center, the ...
The next steps in our efforts toward Advancing Equity In Faculty Workloads and Rewards include formation of ...
The Spring Provost Conference will be extended across the quarter to offer multiple sites of engagement and a ...
Alison Staudinger, Director of Faculty Development and Career Advancement Although fatiguing, annual ...
The next steps in our efforts toward Advancing Equity in Faculty Workloads and Rewards include formation of ...
Happy February! The You Rock! program encourages faculty and staff to recognize each other for accomplishments, ...
Rebecca Galemba, Associate Professor, Josef Korbel School of International Studies Kateri McRae, Associate ...
Interested in connecting with other new faculty members? Check out the new faculty FLC held every other Friday ...
The transition to R1 presents opportunities and challenges as DU continues to grow and change. According to ...
Lisa Pasko, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Sociology and Criminology Several years ago, under ...
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