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.
For tenure-track faculty, teaching is the air we breathe. It is an activity we regularly engage and at this stage of mastery, we often engage at a level of fluidity where teaching is second nature. However, as you advance in rank, it is important to consciously remind yourself why it is you teach, articulate your teaching process, and demonstrate your impact on your students and your field. In this session, we will give you time to explore your why’s and how’s and guide you through creating a teaching narrative that illustrates impact.
Note: No matter which modality you will use for participation, please register via NCFDD at https://www.facultydiversity.org/webinars/makingthecasewk4