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Faculty Success Program

Nedra K. Lee Assistant Professor Anthropology University of Massachusetts, Boston

"I entered my first year as an assistant professor with the same work habits that I thought sustained me well as a graduate student. Harried reading, last minute writing, long sleepless nights and unclear expectations about what it means to be a successful professor left me filled with fear and anxiety that I really did not belong at my university. The FSP program gave me the tools to approach my work with greater clarity. Exercises surrounding time management and concrete goal setting helped me get more done, approach my work with a greater sense of purpose and feel confident in my knowledge about the road to tenure."



I received the above message from one of my previous Faculty Success Program participants. I’m sharing it with you because over 80% of our program participants increase their productivity as a direct result of being in the program.

In other words, this reflection is a common sentiment expressed by participants in the Faculty Success Program. In fact, our 12-week program enables faculty members at any level of professional development to increase their productivity, decrease their anxiety, and manage time in such a way that they have greater work/life balance.

If you're already productive and balanced, feel free to delete this message. But if you're feeling over-worked, over-whelmed, exhausted, and not making the kind of progress you want on your research and writing, then consider joining us for our upcoming session of our Faculty Success Program (August - November, 2015). If you're willing to give us 12-weeks, then we will teach you the skills and strategies, hold you accountable for making the necessary changes, and support you every step of the way! 

Click here for more information, testimonials, and registration.


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

National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity

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