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The Preparing Future Faculty program prepares you for excellence and success in your future career.
Warning: PFF workshops might enhance success even while you are at CGU!
Participate in PFF in two ways
Become a PFF Fellow
Participate in PFF Workshops
Click here to fill in the online application form
Click here to download the application form
PFF Workshops List
You're in graduate school because you made a choice.
You chose this path through a Masters or Doctoral program because you're not content to merely work; you seek a career that gives you agency, where you can make a difference. You will lead. You will work with large or small groups; mentor others and contribute to their development and flourishing; pay attention to diversity and global cultures in designing work; confront and work with the ethics of information use and research; use technology to access, manage, and share information.
Earning a PFF Certificate
The PFF program offers modular and flexible opportunities for developing many of these skills and capacities. Topics covered include:
1. Curriculum design, assesment, and active teaching
2. Technology integration for teaching, scholarship, and networking
3. Publishing and conferences
4. Navigating the tenure track process.
A certificate of program completion will be offered. Although, at this time no notation will be made on your transcript, you'll be an outstanding job candidate in your field.
Become a PFF Fellow
Share your expertise while further sharpening your knowledge and skills.
Become a peer teaching-learning mentor who belongs to a professional learning community of scholars
To qualify, you need a passion for teaching and learning, some teaching experience (both college level and K-12 teaching are relevant), and an eagerness to commit to and engage with the following:
Building a common set of best practices in teaching and learning within the PFF Fellows community.
Sharing your knowledge and skills to improve PFF teaching materials and processes.
Helping facilitate or lead facilitation of workshops for PFF.
Developing peer mentoring capacities by offering feedback and reflection guidance to peers.
All PFF Fellows will be profiled on the PFF website and have offiical letters of recognition of their work as part of the PFF Professional Development Community.
If you are interested, please email Shamini Dias at email@example.com