NC State faculty members have many opportunities to participate in professional development activities that are related to campus life. We’ve provided a list below of some other organizations and groups on campus who provide enrichment activities for faculty members.
Fulbright Scholar Program sends 800 U.S. faculty and professionals abroad each year. Grantees lecture and conduct research in a wide variety of academic and professional fields.
Presentation on Fulbright Programs for Faculty including
panel discussion with recent Fulbright Scholars
Dr. Betsy Brown, Dr. Marc Cubeta and Dr. Susan Faircloth
Friday, March 22, 2013
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Light lunch will be provided
If you wish to attend, please contact Judy Austin at 513-3636 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Understanding across cultures, sexual orientations, religions, and all groups of people is integral to NC State. The Office for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion facilitates efforts of campus units, faculty, staff and student groups to bring people who are different together to interact and to increase diversity and inclusion on our campus.
Tuition Waiver. Permits the waiver of tuition for eligible full-time faculty and staff for up to three (3) courses per year, provided that such enrollment does not interfere with the employee’s normal employment obligations.
HR Academy. Provides an in-depth review of business practices, Human Resources, university policies, State and Federal Laws relating to Human Resources practices. Workshops for faculty in leadership roles.
QuickStart Business Practices Program. Provides an overview of the University’s business practices by introducing new and current employees to the policies and procedures.
Educational Assistance Program. Allows the University [must be approved by your Dean and/or department head] to reimburse full-time and part-time employees for academic costs and fees associated with successful completion of job-related courses.
Pathways Program. Year-long program with courses designed to link leadership development principles with university’s business needs (both supervisory and non-supervisory roles).
Performance Leadership. Program, designed for managers and project leaders, that emphasizes the interpersonal skills manages need to lead employees and teams to perform effectively.
Professional Development Courses. Provided through open enrollment opportunities and customized training interventions designed to foster career growth.
McKimmon Center for Extension & Continuing Education. Computer training and certification credentials, lifelong learning programs for adults, meeting facilities and events management services for large statewide, regional and national professional development meetings or small training sessions.