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Apply Now for Sponsorship for the Summer Faculty Success Program
The Office of Academic Affairs, through the division of Faculty Affairs, is pleased to co-sponsor a limited number of faculty members for several upcoming installments of the Faculty Success Program (FSP) through the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity.
The FSP is a 12-week online program designed to teach tenure-track and tenured faculty the skills to increase their research and writing productivity while maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
The next installment of the will be summer 2022 (May 15 through Aug. 6), with future installments planned for the Fall 2022 (Aug. 28 to Nov. 19) and Spring 2023 semesters (dates forthcoming). The cost per participant is $4,950, with discounts available for early registration.
Priority applications for participation in the summer 2022 FSP must be received by 5 p.m. on Monday, March 7. All other applications will be held for future program offerings. To be considered, faculty members must have activated their Syracuse University-affiliated account with the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity, made possible through the Syracuse University Institutional Membership.
Typically, the cost of participation is shared equally among three entities: the faculty member (through startup funds or other professional development funds designated for individual use, including internal grants); their department, school, or college; and by Faculty Affairs. Other proposed funding arrangements can be considered but are not guaranteed. Requests for funding from Faculty Affairs must include details of other available funds in support of participation.
Interested faculty members must submit a request for sponsorship indicating their interest in participating, including their specific reasons why participation at a specific time is desired, if applicable. Responses are limited to 1,500 characters (approximately 250-300 words).
For more information, please contact Marie Garland, Assistant Provost for Faculty Affairs, or by calling 315.443.0362.