Bring NCFDD Institutional Membership to Campus This Year
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Posted by: Allison Van Buren
The NCFDD team is welcoming this year with a spirit of excitement as we continue to provide our unique form of mentoring and professional development to faculty across the country. Over the last six years, the NCFDD has become the largest independent faculty development center in the country. We offer external mentoring, professional development, and leadership training to more than 90,000 members through our partnerships with over 80 member institutions.
Institutional Membership provides an unlimited number of faculty on our member campuses with access to:
"The supportive community that the NCFDD provides has given many of our faculty new ways to organize their work so that they can both be productive and have time for families and friends. Balance is the term that comes to mind, but it is more than that."
Margaret L. Andersen, PhD
Rosenberg Professor of Sociology
The University of Delaware
This week, we're kicking off our New Institutional Member Drive. From now until Friday, October 21st, you can take advantage of discounted pricing when you bring an Institutional Membership to your campus. Our tiered discount structure is as follows:
- Research-Intensive University Discount: 10%
- Comprehensive University Discount: 20%
- Liberal Arts College Discount: 50%
If you’ve been interested in bringing Institutional Membership to your campus, the New Institutional Member Drive provides the opportunity to pilot the membership and to provide your faculty with the support, accountability, and community they need to thrive in the Academy.
If you have any questions about NCFDD or the Institutional Membership resources and benefits, please don't hesitate to contact Institutional Membership Program Administrator Amy Johnson. She's happy to talk with you about your campus's needs and how an NCFDD partnership could benefit your institution's scholarly community.
P.S. Did you hear us on the radio? We were featured last week on NPR's Marketplace. If you missed the story, you can check it out here!