The Faculty Center facilitates mentoring programs for tenure-track faculty.
The MSF on teaching and learning is a mid-semester evaluation technique that provides instructors with rich and meaningful feedback from their students regarding the learning environment in a course. The process is entirely voluntary and data confidential.
A Faculty Learning Community is a cross-disciplinary group of six to twelve people who come together for a year-long adventure in active, collaborative, and dialogic learning. Participants become a community of learners, not a decision-making body, task-force, or committee.
The safe zone training involves learning about, providing a safe space for, and being a resource for LGBTQIA students on campus.
Our Provost, Jim Newell, hosts an informal faculty/professional staff lunch in the Provost's conference room, Bole Hall from 12:15-1:30 p.m. Conversations are open and the agenda is determined by the faculty/staff in attendance.
RILED, the Rowan Instructional Leadership and Educational Development, is a teachers' consortium housed in the Faculty Center at Rowan University. Their mission is to advocate on behalf of Rowan's tenure-track instructors and provide them with opportunities for professional development and leadership in teaching excellence on campus.