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Leadership, Enrichment and Development

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The office of Leadership, Enrichment and Development offers support to faculty through a variety of services and programs with the following goals:

  • providing resources on and support of teaching and learning
  • promoting awareness and honoring of teaching excellence
  • promoting research and scholarly activity by providing financial support through grants and travel subsidies
  • promoting the enhancement and recognition of a community of scholars through campus activities
  • providing a program of orientation to new faculty
  • providing professional development for part-time faculty

Visit for an overview of the faculty development opportunities offered from LEAD.

Faculty Development Programs & Grants:

Follow the links to more information about these programs and grants or contact the LEAD. Deadlines for proposals or applications associated with these programs and grants will be posted on the What’s New? page as they become available.

Faculty Conversation #2:
Social Action: A Beacon for Student Success

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
4:00-6:00 p.m.
Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
Join your colleagues for an interactive professional development session which includes a self guided tour of the “This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers for the Civil Rights Era”. This will be followed by a panel discussion with community leaders and then an open discussion with faculty. Free parking, admission to the museum, and food/beverages included. Click here for more information

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