Planning for a Professional Improvement Leave Fellowship

Location
Zoom
Start Date
End Date

Hosted by the Office of Faculty Development

Are you considering applying for a Professional Improvement Leave Fellowship in the spring? In this workshop, you will learn about the application process and characteristics of what makes a successful application. A panel of recent fellowship recipients will share their application tips and strategies. The session will provide time for questions and discussion.

Professional Improvement Leave Fellowships provide a one-semester release for select non-tenure track faculty (excluding those with access to sabbaticals or those who are funded entirely on grants or contracts) who have completed six years of service. Professional Improvement Leave Fellowships support professional improvement activities that directly relate to the faculty member’s job responsibilities and/or advance important initiatives for their department or college.

Presenter: Michelle Budig, Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs and Professor of Sociology
Presenter & Facilitator: Christiane Healey, OFD Faculty Fellow; Sr. Lecturer, Biology

Panelists:
Justin Fermann, Senior Lecturer II, Chemistry, CNS

C.N. Le, Senior Lecturer II, Sociology, SBS, and Director of the Asian & Asian American Studies Certificate Program
Jane Sackett, Senior Lecturer II, Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, SPHHS
Erika Zekos, Senior Lecturer, Undergraduate Program Director, Architecture, HFA

 

This event is part of OFD's Supporting Non-Tenure Track Faculty series.