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The CFDA provides programs, resources, and services that support faculty as they work toward rank advancement; grow as leaders in their departments, communities and fields; and thrive as members of the University community.  The CFDA provides grants for faculty professional development opportunities, several mentoring programs, tenure and promotion support, a library of successful dossier models, dossier building support, professional development programs, and communities of practice. 


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Making the Case: Preparing Your Dossier for Promotion to Full Professor (part 2 of 4), via NCFDD

| 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

The dominant model of faculty-reward structure which has persisted since the 1980s has involved inconsistencies in the interests and desires of the individual versus that of the institution. Such inconsistency has been heightened in the wake of the pandemic. For instance, in ‘normal’ times, women were already more likely to perform service work for their departments. Women generally spend more time on teaching, mentoring students, and performing “invisible labor.” And, many faculty members, particularly at the rank of associate professor, take on leadership roles and contribute to university governance. Most often such work is not recognized in the typical faculty-reward structure leading to stagnation of those faculty at the lower ranks of the professoriate. These issues have implications for individual faculty aspirations and institutional goals to build leadership skills and diversify university leadership. This webinar will address the following questions: How do we incorporate contributions to service and leadership into faculty success and excellence to enable promotion? What forms of service meet individual faculty aspirations and institutional goals especially for building leadership skills? The webinar will benefit faculty, promotion committees, and other administrators.

 

Note: No matter which modality you will use for participation, please register via NCFDD at https://www.facultydiversity.org/webinars/makingthecasewk2
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