About NCFDD

 

The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD) is an independent faculty development organization that supports faculty at all career stages. Its offerings focus on mentoring, work-life balance, productivity, and more. All CU Denver faculty, staff, postdocs, and students are welcome to create accounts.


Activate Your NCFDD Account

To discover what NCFDD can do for you, follow these two simple steps:

  1. Activate your membership by clicking here and entering your information;
  2. Once your account is activated, you can review and register for events, courses, and webinars.

 


 

Resources to check out:

  • Core Curriculum - 10 key skills necessary to thrive in the academy.
  • Resource Library - over 130 webinars with topics ranging from academic publishing to healthy relationships in academia.
  • 14-Day Writing Challenge - register for our upcoming challenge to experiment with daily writing, online community, and supportive accountability.

NFCDD Faculty Success Program

 

This 12-week intensive online program (sometimes referred to as “NCFDD Bootcamp”) helps faculty build the skills necessary to increase research and writing productivity while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Tenure-track, tenured, and IRC faculty are now eligible. Faculty Success Program alumni will have access to additional special programming throughout their careers.

 


 

Contact Our NCFDD Faculty Fellow

 

CFDA Faculty Fellow Dr. Ivan Ramirez supports departments and individual faculty members who want to match NCFDD’s resources to their needs. Contact Ivan (ivan.ramirez@ucdenver.edu) if you would like to:

  • Request a presentation on NCFDD at your department meeting or other gathering.
  • Host a workshop using NCFDD resources.
  • Find NCFDD resources that meet your goals.

Learn with Ivan

 

 


 

NCFDD Highlights   

Check out some of CU Denver faculty members’ favorite NCFDD Resources:

(If you haven’t yet made your free NCFDD account, you may do so at: https://www.ucdenver.edu/centers/cfda/faculty-resources/ncfdd). This account is required to access NCFDD resources.