The Office of Faculty Development serves as the hub for faculty development programs, initiatives, and activities for the 13 Schools and Colleges of the University. Programs and activities sponsored by the Office support new faculty, junior faculty, mid-career faculty, and senior faculty in career development, research, scholarship , publishing, leadership development, and professional satisfaction. Programs offered by the Office of Faculty Development include the Junior Faculty Writing and Creative Works Summer Academy, the Scholarly Productions Workshops, the Junior Faculty Forum, the Chair Leadership Academy, and the New Faculty Orientation held at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters. In conjunction with the Office of the Provost, the Office of Faculty Development hosts the monthly faculty receptions where we encourage faculty to engage with their colleagues, share ideas, and enjoy themselves in a collegial and fun environment.
One of the seminal programs of the Office of Faculty Development is the Junior Faculty Writing and Creative Works Summer Academy. Since 2016, more than 100 members of the Howard University faculty participated in the Summer Academy as either Faculty Scholars, Scholar Coaches, or Visiting Scholars. Under the leadership of Associate Provost Okianer Christian Dark, the Summer Academy continues to positively impact the scholarly output of Howard's esteemed faculty. The Summer Academy is supported by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Be sure to visit the Junior Faculty Writing and Creative Works Summer Academy page by clicking on the link. Check out our Web site regularly for updates and information on all of our programs. And always remember to follow us on Twitter @HUFACDEV.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 2020:
The spring New Faculty Orientation is scheduled for Tuesday, January 7, 2020 in the Interdisciplinary Research Building. All faculty who are new to the University and who have not completed a previous orientation are required to attend. More details are forthcoming.