Creating a Faculty Development Plan (FDP) for Yourself

Spring 2018

Mar 15, 2018 [ADD TO YOUR CALENDAR]
3:00pm-4:00pm
348, James E. Walker Library (LIB)
Instructor:

Section Information

This workshop is designed for faculty members who are interested in working on their faculty development plans. A faculty development plan (FDP) is a short- or long-term plan for optimizing teaching, research, and/or service activities. It entails conducting a self-assessment, setting specific go...

Read More »

This workshop is designed for faculty members who are interested in working on their faculty development plans. A faculty development plan (FDP) is a short- or long-term plan for optimizing teaching, research, and/or service activities. It entails conducting a self-assessment, setting specific goals, determining how best to achieve those goals, and then evaluating the outcomes of your efforts. The workshop will benefit any faculty members (tenure-track or tenured, FTTs, adjuncts) who are interested in articulating, developing, and balancing their teaching, research, and/or service activities. The session will review the purpose and value of an FDP, its essential components, and how to create a working document. Participants will receive materials for developing their own FDP.

« Read Less

Register Now

All fields are required
You must have a valid FSA account to register
(Do not include @mtsu.edu)