Welcome to the Office for Faculty Advancement!
The Office for Faculty Advancement is pleased to announce a brand new program undertaken by
the Southeastern Conference - "Emerging Scholars Program for Future Faculty."
The Program is designed to provide professional development and networking opportunities for current doctoral students and a limited number of postdocs who are considering careers in higher education. The overall goal is to encourage top scholars, particularly those from historically underrepresented groups to seek employment and mentorship within the fourteen (14) SEC member universities.
Department of Physician Assistant Studies, College of Health Sciences
Department of Anthropology, College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Sociology, College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology, College of Education
2021 Outstanding Teaching Awards
Regular and Special Title Series Faculty:
Jeff Cain, College of Pharmacy
Marc Cormier, College of Education
Sara Police, College of Medicine
Lecturer and Clinical Title Series Faculty:
Darshak Patel, Gatton College of Business & Economics
Olivia Davis, Gatton College of Business & Economics
Raven Piercy, College of Medicine
Katie McClain, College of Arts & Sciences
Ren Guerriero, College of Arts & Sciences
Cassandra Jane (CJ) Werking, College of Arts & Sciences
Sign up today for Faculty Success!
The Fall 2021Faculty Success Program, which will be offered August 29 - November 20, is all about learning the secrets to increasing your research productivity, getting control of your time, and living a full and healthy life beyond your campus.
The National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity's signature program is for tenured, and tenure-track, faculty who are looking for the perfect combination of empirically tested methods to improve research productivity through intense accountability, coaching, and peer support; and to propel your work-life balance and personal growth to a whole new level.
Click here for more information.
Click the image above to view a PDF list of resources on race and anti-racism.
This list provided by Cornell University.
Click here to see the May 2020 edition of the OFA Newsletter