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As you may be aware, the Office of the Associate Provost of Research is pleased to offer faculty free copyediting ...
The Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) is in the process of piloting a mentoring program for all faculty ranks ...
We are delighted to welcome two new colleagues to support the work of the Vice Provost of Faculty Affairs. Dr. ...
We are delighted to announce the release of the Symposium Implementation Committees web site. Here you will find ...
From Norma Hafenstein, PhD, Daniel L. Ritchie Endowed Chair in Gifted Education, Morgridge College of ...
The Faculty Data Governance Committees have been hard at work. The Communication Committee sent a letter to ...
January 10 - Planning for Success 8:30-3 in the Chambers Center Garden Room The Office of Teaching and ...
Faculty Workload & Well-Being As we know, faculty (and academic leader!) burnout is real. Managing faculty ...
Sharing Chairs & Directors Meeting Topics: Supporting communication and feedback loops with all faculty can ...
We are excited to let you know about a new process improvement related to faculty hiring. As you know, the ...
COACHE Faculty Retention and Exit survey is underway, our first year in a three-year study. This brief, ...
In December, we had our first Associate Dean Huddle with associate deans who work most closely with faculty (or ...
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