An online bootcamp with a supportive community
In an effort to support faculty in their research productivity, the College of Arts and Sciences offers fellowships for CAS faculty to participate in the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD) Faculty Success Program.
Improve research productivity through intense accountability, coaching, and peer support.
National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity
The NCFDD Faculty Success Program Fellowship is a 12-week online boot camp designed to help faculty “improve research productivity through intense accountability, coaching, and peer support and to propel… work-life balance and personal growth to a whole new level.”
Pending the availability of funds, the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) will offer 2 fellowships for the NCFDD Faculty Success Program Fellowship and 1 fellowship for the NCFDD Post-tenure Pathfinders Program for the following academic year for faculty who have completed at least three of the workshops offered through the CAS Faculty Development Program during the current academic year. Priority will be given to early career professional and tenure track faculty (i.e., pre-promotion) for the NCFDD Faculty Success Program Fellowship. Mid-career faculty who have completed the FSP will be given priority for the NCFDD Post-tenure Pathfinders Program, Those who have completed both the NCFDD FSP and Post-tenure programs are eligible to apply for a “service sabbatical” (i.e., one academic year with no service commitments), which includes a $5000 research fund.