Faculty Development

Faculty members at a Leadership in Academic Matters program

The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost (EVPP) provides a broad range of academic career development opportunities such as workshops, mentoring, and support to all faculty members, including department chairs and deans.

Development Opportunities

  • Workshops and Events presented by the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost (EVPP) provide a broad range of academic career development opportunities.
  • New Faculty Orientation provides an opportunity for new faculty members to learn about resources available to them as well as to learn about the history and culture of the University and what is expected of them as faculty.
  • The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) conducts teaching consultations, programs, and workshops regularly throughout the year.
  • The Leadership in Academic Matters program equips and supports faculty to be effective leaders in diverse roles at the University.
  • Teaching Race at UVA: Faculty Development Seminar invites Faculty from all schools and departments at UVA to participate in the first cohort of a faculty development seminar that will provide UVA faculty with an in-depth understanding of the history of race at UVA, in Charlottesville.
  • University of Virginia has joined the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity. This gives all UVA faculty, postdocs, and graduate students a free membership to the Center, with access to events, workshops, and other resources offering support for writing, research, balancing your life as a professional, and much more.

Pan-University Professional Development Opportunities


Contact

Jennie S. Knight, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice Provost for Faculty Development

434-924-5381
Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost
Booker House, 205A
1709 University Avenue
University of Virginia