Preparing Future Faculty Program
The Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Program assists graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in developing teaching skills and exploring the faculty role at the college or university level. You'll discuss learning theory and strategies, develop teaching skills, create classroom and job search materials, and work with faculty from a range of institutional types. By completing the program, you can expect to gain a realistic perspective on the skills required for success as a faculty member.
To receive a letter of recognition and certificate of program participation, you’ll complete the program’s two core courses:
- GRAD 8101: Teaching in Higher Education
- Offered in person Fall and Spring Semesters
- GRAD 8200: Practicum for Future Faculty
- Offered in person Spring Semester
You may also register for the elective topics courses offered Fall semesters online and also use the GRAD 8200 designator.
- Grad 8200: Teaching for Learning: An Online Course
- Fall 2019: Section 1, Course #33759
- Grad 8200: Multicultural Inclusive Learning and Teaching
- Fall 2019: Section 2, Course #33760
Non-degree students and Postdocs
Non-degree students and postdocs are welcome to enroll. Learn more about registration for non-degree students and postdocs.
Contact the PFF Program coordinator, Bill Rozaitis with questions.