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Fall 2023: Faculty Success Program

The UW Office for Faculty Advancement is once again offering partial support for faculty to participate in the upcoming session of the highly effective NCFDD Faculty Success program.

Open to all UW faculty with an active NCFDD account. Priority will be given to assistant professors with specific plans for using the FSP to help gain tenure and associate professors who demonstrate specific plans for using the FSP to help gain promotion.

The Office for Faculty Advancement will provide one-third of required tuition on a cost-sharing basis with faculty members’ departments, colleges, schools, and/or campuses.

About the Program

• Experience a 12-week boot camp for tenure-track and tenured faculty
• Become part of a highly supportive community of colleagues focused on achieving both personal and professional goals
• Participate in community calls with colleagues and productivity coaches
• Use the FSP Online Community to track productivity, interact with other program participants, get feedback, exchange ideas, and more

Fall 2023 Session

August 27 – November 18, 2023
FSP tuition for UW faculty: $4,750
Submission deadline for support from the Office for Faculty Advancement: Tuesday, May 16 , 2023
Registration close date for all others seeking to participate in FSP with Early Bird registration: June 6, 2023

For more information regarding FSP, please visit:

How to Submit your Request for Support

Please complete the brief survey found here: no later than Tuesday May 16, 2023.

And attach a brief proposal that includes the following in this survey:
Copy of your 3-page CV
One-page description of how your participation in FSP will contribute toward your professional development and plans for tenure or promotion
Evidence of seeking support from your department and school or college
Decisions will be made on a rolling basis until all awards have been issued.

Space fills quickly, so please do not delay submitting your request!

For assistance, contact Leyla Salmassi, Manager in the Office for Faculty Advancement at