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Faculty Development Committee

Overview of the Committee
The primary charge of this committee is to review full-time faculty requests related to professional development initiatives and screen nominees for faculty awards. The committee meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month (fall and spring), between 3:30 p.m. and 5 p.m.

Specific Responsibilities Include:

  1. Review full-time faculty funding requests to attend off-campus professional development conferences, seminars, workshops, etc. for approval.

  2. Review full-time faculty requests to receive Professional Growth Unit (PGU) credits for professional development, learning, and/or related activities for approval.

  3. Review full-time faculty requests for sabbatical leaves, retraining leaves, non-credit course reimbursement, and credit course reimbursement for approval

  4. Review full-time faculty requests to receive a mini-grant in support of an appropriate project for approval.

  5. Select the Master Teacher of the Year, finalists for the Professor of the Year award, and/or individual faculty members for special recognition.

  6. Assist the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) by providing counsel, lending aid at Faculty Development Days, helping in planning on-campus faculty development/learning activities, and the like.

The Committee is Comprised of:

  • 2 Faculty from Career Programs
  • 3 Faculty from Science, Business and Computer Technologies
  • 3 Faculty from Liberal Arts
  • 1 Faculty from Counselors and Advisors
  • 1 Faculty from Librarians and Technicians
  • 1 Faculty from Enrichment Programs