Preparing Future Faculty

131 E. 10th Street - 909.607.6225 - Director: Dr. Shamini Dias - pff@cgu.edu

 
 
 


PFF is a proud member of CGU's Student Success Center.

Toward excellence as teacher-scholars

The Preparing Future Faculty program can help you excel as a scholar-educator and prepare for a career in academia. The PFF program offers workshops and other opportunities to be part of a professional learning community that seeks to enhance faculty excellence. Drawing from both teaching practice and the scholarship of teaching and learning, PFF offers courses, workshops, and consultations in teaching and learning design, technology integration in scholarship and teaching, as well as career development. Along the way, you can earn a professional development certificate and build a strong teaching portfolio.

PFF programs are free to all CGU students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

PFF Program Description

PFF Program Schedule 

Professional Development Certificate Guidelines

 

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If you appreciate PFF or have ideas to help us improve what we can do for you
Tell us about it please. Email us at pff@cgu.edu

 

A little bit of history...

The Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) program was a national initiative that was launched in 1993 by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) and the Council of Graduate Schools (CGU). The aim of this initiative was to transform the ways in which graduate students prepared for careers as faculty members in institutes of higher education. Since the inception of PFF programs around the nation, this mission has become even more urgent. As higher education landscapes change radically, faculty face new challenges and opportunities both as scholars and educators. 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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