NCFDD Faculty Success Program
The Faculty Success Program is an intensive bootcamp where academics work directly with a coach and small group of other faculty to implement the skills and strategies to maximize their success. Provided through the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD), the program is for advanced post-docs, tenure-track faculty and tenured faculty who are looking for coaching and peer support to propel their research productivity and work-life balance to new levels.
The program includes:
- Weekly training modules where you learn the skills and strategies that increase productivity and promote work-life balance.
- 12 Small Group Support & Accountability Conference Calls that enable you to connect deeply with other academics and your faculty coach to receive individualized guidance, problem solving and support.
- Access to an exclusive Faculty Success Program online community to track productivity, interact with other participating academics, ask questions, get feedback, share resources, exchange ideas, find support and more.
- Access to private coaching with the program's Master Coaches.
Applications for the Summer 2022 program are due March 18th, and scholarship recipients will be notified by April 4th. To find out more about the Faculty Success Program check out the NCFDD website.
To submit an application, click here.
You can also access a recording of the February 25, 2022 NCFDD Informational Session for more information by clicking on the button below:
The goals of the Faculty Success Program are to increase:
- Success in publication and securing external funding for research
- Confidence as independent scholars
- Healthy relationships with departmental colleagues
- Job satisfaction and commitment to the University of Missouri System
- Individualized support for under-represented faculty
Participating academics are expected to:
- Act as responsible, self-directed adult learners who are open to feedback
- Regularly review the weekly trainings in the online community
- Attend and actively participate in the Small Group Support & Accountability Calls
- Complete the weekly homework assignments guided and supported by your Small Group Faculty Coach
- Track daily progress on writing, research and personal goals in the program's private online community
The UM System has an institutional membership to NCFDD, meaning any faculty member, post-doctoral fellow, graduate or professional student at a UM System university can access the breadth of NCFDD resources at any time. Details on how to access these materials can be found on the UM website and you can find a list of NCFDD Spring 2022 Events by clicking here.
Resources for Institutional Members
- Monthly Core Curriculum Webinars
- Guest Expert Webinars and Multi-Week Courses
- Library of All Prior Trainings
- Monday Motivator
- 14-Day Writing Challenges
- Dissertation Success Curriculum for Graduate Students
- Buddy Matching (by request)