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IT@DU requests your help in identifying a replacement for our current PioneerWeb portal. We are starting early to ...
Fall Quarter course evaluations will open on Monday, November 16th, and will close on Friday, December 4th. While ...
New Teaching and Professional Faculty (e.g., Clinical, Professor of the Practice) are invited to join ...
The Senate, in partnership with the Vice Provost of Faculty Affairs, seeks to improve DU’s methods of course ...
As we move further into the fall quarter during a pandemic, we want to provide overall guidance on what faculty ...
Unplugging to Recharge A message from MCE Dean Karen Riley Several years ago we at MCE tried something new. ...
Faculty Workload & Well-Being As we know, faculty (and academic leader!) burnout is real. Managing faculty ...
By Sarah Watamura, Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology Professor Emerita of Psychology Susan Harter ...
Dear Faculty Colleagues, A few months ago, we made a commitment to keep faculty updated about happenings on ...
You are invited to apply to participate in the new Writing Accountability Groups that are open specifically to ...
Tools for Success is a year-long FLC designed for teaching and professional faculty in the assistant rank at the ...
The processes of promotion, reappointment, and tenure are consistent drivers of faculty stress, consternation, and ...
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