Center for Teaching and Learning

Faculty Fellows Program

Faculty Fellows 2015:  September 9-11*

* early packet pick-up and a welcome reception is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, September 8.

Email invitations as well as the registration period for FFP 2015 will begin late Spring.  The exact dates are to be determined.  In the meantime, please contact facfells@uw.edu with any questions.

 


Quick Links: 2014 Program Details

  • For more information contact Christine Sugatan at 206-221-3811 or email facfells@uw.edu.

About Faculty Fellows

The Faculty Fellows Program orients new faculty to the University campus community. The Program is facilitated by a number of campus educators, including those that have received campus-wide teaching awards. Presenters and facilitators actively engage our new faculty members on a number of topics including, but not limited to, panel discussions with UW students, effective teaching methods and techniques for balancing the demands of successful teaching and research.

Compensation

The Faculty Fellows Program will now use a compensation model that differs from the model of earlier years.  Colleges now decide whether or not to compensate Faculty Fellows participants in their college and at what level.  This change was approved by the Board of Deans and Chancellors in Spring 2013.  Chairs and directors were to be notified by their dean or chancellor.

If you or your department is unsure where the compensation stands, please direct any questions about compensation to the following:

  • UW Bothell:  Annie Littlefield, Academic Human Resources Specialist, at: academichr@uwb.edu or 425-352-5256
  • UW Seattle:  Please contact your college dean or administrator
  • UW Tacoma:  Alison Navarrete, Director of Academic Human Resources, Academic Affairs at: alison5@uw.edu.

Dates and How to Register

The Faculty Fellows Program will be held from September 9 through 11, 2015.  Quarterly follow ups will be held on early Winter and Spring quarters.

Once an email invitation has been received, participants must confirm their intention by registering through an online WebQ survey. The link is provided with the email invitation, and registrants will need their UW NetID to access the online form. Submission of the online registration form confirms full participation.

Instructions on how to set up your UW NetID can be found HERE.  Your home department should also be able to assist you in this process.

*Because participation in the program is invitation-only, external email addresses will be unable to access the registration form.  A UW NetID is required.

Program Schedule

The 2015 program is not available.  For a preview of similar topics and activities, you may refer to Faculty Fellows 2014 Final Program.  Please note that the program is now three days long with daily sessions subject to change.

UW Bothell:  Bothell will be hosting orientation for its new faculty on Wednesday, September 16 and Thursday, September 17, 2015.  For questions, please contact Robyn Smidley (rsmidley@uw.edu).

UW Tacoma:  Tacoma will be hosting orientation for its new faculty Monday, September 14 and Tuesday, September 15, 2015.  For questions, please contact Alison Navarrete (alison5@uw.edu).

Parking and Maps

Parking is not provided for Faculty Fellows Program participants.  Please follow the link for the campus map listing parking lots and building locations.  Most events will be held in Mary Gates Hall which is easily accessible for those who wish to park in the Central Plaza Parking Garage.  UW Seattle parking is $15 (cash or card) upon gate arrival.

More information

For information about the program, contact Christine Sugatan at 206-221-3811 or email facfells@uw.edu. New faculty should also contact his/her departmental administrator should there be any pending issues that our office is not aware of.