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I know you're super busy with the start of the summer so I'll be brief! Starting today, we are having a 4-Day membership drive to encourage you to become an Individual Member of the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity. If you've ever thought about becoming an Individual Member, doing so by Friday will give you access to all the amazing opportunities we have planned this year (such as our core curriculum webinars, guest expert webinars, and multi-week courses) at a 25% discount. And for 4 DAYS ONLY, we're offering a 12-month installment option so you can pay your annual membership fee on a monthly basis.

Here's the link if you want to upgrade or renew your membership now:


 Enter the promo code 4DAYSPECIAL during checkout.
- OR -
Click here if you want to become a new member:


We hope this special 4-day discount offer encourages you to become an NCFDD Individual Member OR to invest in a gift membership for your favorite tenure-track faculty member, post-doc, or graduate student mentees.


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


​P.S. In case your college or university is considering an NCFDD Institutional Membership, don't worry! Just choose the installment plan and when your university becomes an Institutional Member, we'll cancel the remaining installments.

P.P.S. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact

 What faculty members are saying about Individual Membership

    "While NCFDD is great for graduate students and new faculty, faculty at all career stages benefit from NCFDD membership. As a tenured professor of English and current director of the MA in Rhetoric and Writing at The University of Findlay, I benefit more now from the writing bootcamps, time management webinars, and book and grant proposal courses due the wide range of intense scholarly projects I tackle each day. It's never too late to learn how to become a more effective scholar and professor."

Christine Tulley, PhD
The University of Findlay 


National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity

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