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Faculty Success Program

 

Over the years, we've 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 the term and begin thinking about what type of changes you want to make this fall, I thought I'd send along a few words from our Faculty Success Program alumni for inspiration (see the success stories below). Wouldn't it be great to end your fall 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 our upcoming session, please don't wait until the last minute. Once we are full, we close registration.

Peace and Productivity,

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 Bootcamp@FacultyDiversity.org


What Faculty Are Saying About the Faculty Success Program: 
 
"I find myself more productive because I am more fully present at work and at home."

​"I found in the Faculty Success Program a community to help me develop my voice and sense of agency as an academic following a number of significant life transitions (the death of my co-author, the birth of my second child, and becoming a department chair). I am imperfect in how I continue to practice the lessons I learned in the FSP, but I now routinely felt choice where before I felt obligation. I strive to begin each day by asking myself: "If all that I am already is enough, then how would I like to spend my time today?" I find myself more productive because I am more fully present at work and at home."

Deanna L. Fassett, PhD
Professor and Chair
Department of Communication Studies
San José State University


"The support group (we still continue to have weekly calls) was immensely helpful, especially the lessens learned and different perspectives from the diverse set of group members."

 

"Coming from Europe and being new to the US academic system, I had the expectation to gain a few insights from peers at other institutions and pick up a few tips and tricks. I did not expect to learn so much and being constantly challenged (positively) to improve myself and rethink the ways I used to do things. The support group (we still continue to have weekly calls) was immensely helpful, especially the lessens learned and different perspectives from the diverse set of group members. I recommended FSP directly to our newest hire and would do it again in a heartbeat."

Thorsten Wuest, PhD
Assistant Professor
Industrial and Management Systems Engineering
West Virginia University

National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity
www.FacultyDiversity.org
Bootcamp@FacultyDiversity.org

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