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Over the years, we have observed that the top reasons people make the decision to join the Faculty Success Program is that they had a friend or colleague participate in the program and were amazed by their increased productivity. As you approach the end of your spring term and begin thinking about what type of changes you want to make this summer, I thought I'd send along a few words from some of our Faculty Success Program alumni for inspiration (see the success stories below). Wouldn't it be great to end your summer feeling this way about YOUR productivity and work-life balance?

If you want to learn more about the Faculty Success Program feel free to:

If you plan to register for the summer session, please don't wait until the last minute. Once we are full, we close registration.

Hope you are having a peaceful and productive spring term! 


Kerry Ann Rockquemore, PhD
President and CEO
National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity

P.S. If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to email

What Faculty Are Saying About the Faculty Success Program:





​"As a habitual over-committer, I was in danger of taking the 13-year plus pathway to promotion to full professor. The Faculty Success Program’s emphasis on accountability showed me how to align my work priorities with the reality of how I will be evaluated for promotion to full and to come to terms with the fact that time is a limited and precious resource." 


Kasi Jackson, PhD
Associate Professor Women and Gender Studies
West Virginia University


"​I found the support of Kerry Ann, my small group coach, and my small group invaluable to me. The Faculty Success Program helps to keep me on target with my writing and research program by holding me accountable to my own plans and goals on a weekly and semester basis. I will continue to be a part of this program until I reach my goal of tenure over the next two years."


Rebecca Feather, PhD
Assistant Professor School of Nursing
Indiana University Bloomington


National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity

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