Apply for teaching toolkit program by March 18

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On February 12, 2024

Teaching professors of all ranks are encouraged to apply for the four-week summer Teaching Toolkit Program offered by the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD). Applications are due Monday, March 18. 

This program supports faculty in teaching more efficiently and effectively, helping them reclaim time and energy for a healthier work-life balance. This online program runs from Monday, July 8, through Friday, Aug. 2. More information about the Teaching Toolkit Program is available online

The program costs $495 per person, but a limited number of full scholarships are available through the provost’s office. Applications for fully funded scholarships for the summer 2024 Teaching Toolkit Program are now being accepted. 

To apply for the summer 2024 Teaching Toolkit Program: 

Submit the following information to Dr. Kate Drowne, assistant provost for faculty development, at by Monday, March 18: 

Applications will be reviewed by a selection committee representing the three colleges, and applicants will be notified of decisions by Friday, April 5. 

If you have questions, please email Drowne at

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