The CFDA provides group mentoring for faculty members during their first three years at CU Denver.
Whether you're a tenured faculty member, or just starting out your career with CU Denver, we may have a grant for you!
As you prepare for the processes of promotion, tenure, or application for a major University award, we encourage you to view our collection of outstanding dossiers and dossier statements by requesting access to the Dossier Library.
The Center for Faculty Development and Advancement operates under the Office of Faculty Affairs, which provides academic leadership resources, oversees faculty processes, and organizes faculty awards/recognition events.
Have you ever wondered how to begin your career as a public scholar? In this second part of a two-workshop series, Dr. Edelina Burciaga (Assistant Professor, Sociology) and Rachel Sturtz (ORDE) will teach you the basics of writing Op Ed pieces that appeal to the public and the media. You will work on building skills for translating your scholarship into quality writing for the layperson.
The first session in this series is on October 14th; you may attend one or both.