Who Are We?

Meet the Staff

Dr. Betsy BrownDr. Betsy Brown
Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs

206 Holladay Hall
Campus Box 7526

Betsy E. Brown serves as Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs at NC State, after joining the university as Special Assistant to the Provost in 2006.  She chaired the Working Group of Faculty Development in 2007 and is working to implement the group’s recommendations through the Office for Faculty Development. She works with a number of campus committees and academic programs on faculty and leadership development programs. In addition, she has worked with the NC State Office of International Affairs on program development and coordinated an international faculty development initiative in 2008 taking NC State faculty to Germany to pursue collaborative research and teaching opportunities with NC State’s international partners. <More>


Dr. Diane ChapmanDr. Diane Chapman
413 Clark Hall
Campus Box 7227

Dr. Chapman serves as the Director of the Office of Faculty Development in addition to her role as a Teaching Associate Professor in the Department of Leadership, Policy, and Adult and Higher Education.  Her research interests include program evaluation in workforce development, virtual human resource development, and instructional technology in teaching and learning. She is a previous recipient of the Gertrude Cox Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching and Learning with Technology, the Outstanding Teacher Award, the Alumni Association Outstanding Extension and Outreach award, and has been inducted in the Academy of Outstanding Teachers and the Academy of Outstanding Faculty Engaged in Extension. She has previously worked at UNC Chapel Hill and in training positions in the private sector.


Dr. Erin RobinsonDr. Erin Robinson
Assistant Director for Faculty Development
411 Clark Hall
Campus Box 7227

Dr. Robinson greatly enjoys her work with the Office of Faculty Development, specifically working with the Assistant Professor’s Learning Community. Previously she worked in academic advising and continued to teach. Her research interests include inclusive classroom spaces for non-traditional students, which lead to her interest in Universal Design for Learning. She is also interested in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning specifically the development of learning outcomes for first year introduction to college courses and internships for graduate students.


Jonathan Holloway

Jonathan Holloway
Program Coordinator
407 Clark Hall
Campus Box 7227

As Program Coordinator, Jonathan is responsible for managing the Thank a Teacher program, the Certificate of Reflective Teaching program, as well as providing developmental, logistical and programmatic support for other Office of Faculty Development programming. In addition, he maintains the OFD website and listservs. Previously, he served as a Library Associate at the NCSU Libraries. He holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in English from NC State.


Judy AustinJudy Austin
Faculty Awards Coordinator and Project Manager
415 Clark Hall
Campus Box 7227

As Faculty Awards Coordinator and Project Manager, Judy provides technical, logistical and design support for programming and events for the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs and the Office of Faculty Development. She manages the processes of system-wide awards, university teaching and other faculty awards, annual New Faculty Orientation and leadership development programs for administrators and faculty in the Office of the Provost.

No stranger to NC State, Judy’s experiences range from graduate of undergraduate and master’s programs to staff positions in the former Division of Undergraduate Programs as Program Coordinator for the First Year Inquiry Program where she was the recipient of the First Year College Outstanding Service Award and Undergraduate Programs Coordinator where she received an Outstanding Service Award from the UCCC.


Dr. Audrey Jeager
Faculty Scholar, Office of Faculty Development
Associate Professor, Leadership, Policy, and Adult and Higher Education

Dr. Jaeger is Co-Executive Director of the National Initiative for Leadership and Institutional Effectiveness. Dr. Jaeger’s research examines the roles of current and future faculty with emphasis on part-time faculty. She is a member of the Academy of Outstanding Teachers and Academy of Outstanding Faculty Engaged in Extension And Engagement. Her scholarship on faculty has also examined institutional variables that support and inhibit faculty involvement in community engaged teaching and research.