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Center for Faculty Development &  Advancement

The Center for Faculty Development & Advancement at the University of Colorado Denver supports faculty in their path toward career advancement, professional development, and dossier support. We provide opportunities for ongoing, intentional renewal of teaching practice and support faculty as they work to build successful academic careers. Explore our website, check our program descriptions, schedules, and join us for one of the events or activities we have planned for this academic year.  

Rapid Remote Teaching Resources

The Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning​Office of Digital Education, and Thinq Studio have collaborated to provided resources and references we have for working and teaching remotely, the strategies we recommend, and the resources you can use. Please note that you have a variety of tools and resources to move your teaching online. 

Visit the Office of Information Technology​ for more information.

NEW Resource for Writing and Research Productivity!

The Center for Faculty Development & Advancement, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and the Graduate School are pleased to announce our partnership in obtaining an Institutional Membership to the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity.  Supercharge your writing and research by utilizing NCFDD resources that guide you through strategic planning and developing skills and strategies that help you to publish more research and win more grants.  NCFDD programs also provide insights into managing productive professional relationships and working to achieve a work-life balance.

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​If you don't see a program you're interested in, visit the Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning.​

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 UPCOMING PROGRAMS (SPRING 2020)

 

 Mindfulness in the Age of Social Distancing: April 14th - 12:30pm

The development of critical thinking skills is essential for success in college. However, two skills form the necessary foundation for this ability: Mindfulness and Metacognition. Explore these concepts experientially and take away information that can be incorporated into any class to help build these skills. Join this Lunch & Learn now, before it fills up!

Tuesday, April 14th 
12:30-2:00pm

Facilitated by Bethann Bierer, Instructor, Psychology​

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 May Writing Retreat

Get your writing back on track, designate time for your self, meet and collaborate with others. Faculty will have an opportunity to learn strategies to maximize writing time and effort. 

Friday May 8th 
9:30-12:30 

Zoom only option

"The writing retreat was amazing, and my paper is nearly finished now, largely thanks to you. I can’t wait for the next one- I’m hooked!". Don't believe us? Come and see for yourself. 


Facilitated by Edelina Burciaga, Assistant Professor of Sociology and CFD Faculty Fellow.​


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Join a Zoom Meeting

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If our program is offered re​​​motely you can access it by using our standing Zoom Meeting Link.
Note: not all programs offered via Zoom, please confirm on your registration.

News

FCQ Results​ -Click here for help with your FCQ Results

The President’s Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC). Call for proposals due May 1st, 2020

​More Resources

Contact Us

Lawrence Street Center
Suite 320
1380 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO 80204
303-315-3030

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