Teaching Faculty at CityU – A Culture of Leadership

Teaching Faculty at CityU – A Culture of Leadership

Back in March, 2015, over 60 CityU faculty and administrative staff converged in our Seattle headquarters to participate in our second annual Faculty Development Conference.  The day was filled with excitement and celebration, as contributors to the first three volumes of our “Proven Practices in Higher Education” presented their main ideas in concurrent sessions throughout the morning.

At CityU, one of our main goals include cultivating a culture of leadership and excellence in faculty instruction; we are committed to building highly successful programs where students and alumni consistently meet their professional and personal goals.

Our instructors are at the heart of our university, and we understand that the success of our students is deeply intertwined with excellence in faculty instruction. Your ideas, your perspective, your opinions, and your stellar instruction are the cornerstones of our programs.

A positive work experience at CityU includes involving, informing, and developing our faculty.  We will continue to provide professional growth opportunities, and access to resources to benefit you and your family.

Some of the benefits we already provide to our teaching faculty include:

On the horizon:

We are excited about the many possibilities available to you at CityU.  Thank you to those who attended the Faculty Development Conference on in March, 2015. We hope to see all of you on Wednesday, September 30 from 5pm – 9pm or online in the Faculty Learning Center October 3-10! Thanks to the leadership of Sue Wolff, our Associate Director of Faculty Development, and her coordination with the Provost, Deans, and the Faculty Standards and Development Committee, we fully expect that this event will be a huge success, and just one more example of what we are capable of doing together at CityU!

Published September 28, 2015



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