Teaching and Leading Minds in Higher Education and Beyond
Become the best professor your students will ever have
College is the final stage of formal education for many students before embarking on careers and the rest of their lives. As future faculty, you can positively shape your students' future paths. Your academic program at CGU helps you develop excellence as scholars. The PFF program helps you become an inclusive leader of learning. Through participation in PFF programs and activities, you join like-minded faculty across the nation who seek to build excellence in teaching. The PFF program at CGU integrates your experiences in educational settings with research in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) to help you develop pedagogical knowledge and skills, whether you are new to teaching or are an experienced educator interested in continuing to grow.
History of PFF. The Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) program was a national initiative launched in 1993 by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) and the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS). The initiative aimed to transform how graduate students prepared for academic careers in higher education. Today, these goals are even more urgent as higher education changes radically. PFF programs play a critical role in helping graduate students prepare for productive and balanced faculty lives of ethical and excellent scholarly practice, teaching, and service. For more information about the national PFF initiative, please visit the website: http://www.preparing-faculty.org
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