This section contains information for faculty on New Faculty Resources, Mentoring, Department Chair Resources, Benefits, Educational Benefits, Work Life Balance Resources.
|Teaching and Learning||Scholarship||Professional Development||About Faculty Development|
|Teaching Resources||Research Grants||New Faculty Resources||Mission|
|Media and Instructional Technology||Travel Grants||Mentoring||The Faculty Development Committee|
|Support for Student Success||Release Time Program||Department Chair Resources||Meet Our Faculty|
|Academic Integrity Resources||Sister Catharine Julie Cunningham Teaching Award||Benefits||Faculty Activities|
|Post Tenure Review||Educational Benefits||Events|
Rank and Tenure Info
|Work Life Benefits||Recent Colloquia and Workshops|
|Research Grants: Recent Work|
|Most Recent Professional Development Day|
A special welcome to new faculty! We hope that you will find everything that you need on our website, but if not, don’t hesitate to email us for assistance!
1. New Faculty Orientation
Held at the beginning of the academic year, our orientation introduces new full and part time faculty to our mission, key policies, and to members of the faculty community. Our goal is to provide basic information about the resources that you need to get started. Contact Faculty Development for more information.
2. How Do Things Get Done?
(We’ll be adding a link here to the contract and the faculty handbook – coming soon!)
(We’ll be adding a link here to the faculty handbook and probably the contract too – more soon!)
Our mentoring program includes partnering you with a faculty member in or outside of your school, informational and community building wine and cheese events, mentoring lunches, and more. Contact us for more information and read through all of the resources on the mentoring page.
- Feedback and coaching from the IDEA center
- Leadership Programs
- From Stanford: Making Chair Work More Satisfying and Attractive
- From John Wiley: Mining from the Middle: Making the Most of Resources
- Free Department Chair Inside Newsletter
- National Council on Faculty Development and Diversity
- Running Effective Meetings
(This section is still under construction and will include links to HR policies on leaves, retirement, etc. Information about individual faculty member’s benefits can be found on the adp portal.)
Notre Dame de Namur University is a member of the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC). As a faculty member at NDNU, you have the opportunity to send your children to other CIC institutions through the tuition exchange program. Learn more
(Articles and other information about work-life balance will be added here).