Grants available for faculty through Center for Faculty Development

YUMPs (Young Upwardly Mobile Professors) grant funds are available through the Center for Faculty Development to support tenure-track faculty for activities that advance them toward tenure.  Funded activities can include: attending professional conferences, hiring a research assistant, or buying books/software.  Please remind your tenure-track faculty that these funds are available to them. Funding Limit: $500/year Eligibility: […]

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CAHEP Early Career Faculty Workshop Nominations

You are encouraged to nominate a new tenure-track colleague or advanced doctoral candidate for the Council for the Advancement of Higher Education Programs (CAHEP) Early Career Faculty Workshop. This year’s workshop will take place during the ASHE preconference from 12:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel. […]

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September 2018 UCDALI  Executive Committee Meeting Minutes

Executive Committee Meeting Minutes  Fall 2018 – September 11 Meeting, SC 3121   Attendees: Joanne Addison (ENG), Eric Baker (Libr), Joan Bihun (PSYC), Maryam Darbeheshti (ENG & Applied SCI), Michael Harper (Bus), Rebecca Hunt (Hist), Pamela Laird (Hist), Lee Potter (Provost’s Office), Vivian Shyu (PSYC), Thorsten Spehn (PoliSci)   Welcomed at the meeting were additional […]

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Congratulations to Conra Gist, Margarita Bianco, and Marvin Lynn on Their Recent Publication

Congratulations to Conra Gist, Margarita Bianco, and Marvin Lynn on their recent publication “Examining Grow Your Own Programs Across the Teacher Development Continuum: Mining Research on Teachers of Color and Nontraditional Educator Pipelines” that appears in the Journal of Teacher Education (2018). Abstract Grow Your Own (GYO) programs are cited in recent policy briefs as viable […]

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Congratulations to Dr. Bryn Harris

Congratulations to Dr. Bryn Harris, for completing the year-long Professional Mentoring Skills Enhancing Diversity (PROMISED) Program and earning a Certificate in Research Leadership from the University of Pittsburg, Institute for Clinical Research Education. Dr. Harris has developed highly valuable skills for mentoring diverse trainees pursuing biomedical research careers. Again, congratulations Dr. Harris!

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