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Faculty/Staff Programs

Faculty/Staff Development Programs Overview

Program
Intended Audience
Program Intention
Academic Administrative Network (AAN) Associate deans and other administrators To exchange information and provide support structure
Academic Staff Mentoring Program


All academic staff, especially probationary & recurring fixed-term staff The goals of the program address survival skills for new staff, a supportive academic and professional environment, career advancement, and balance in all aspects of employees' lives.
Center for Instructional & Professional Development (CIPD)

Faculty, teaching academic staff and teaching assistants (TA's) Variety of programs designed to enhance the quality of instruction & the student learning experience at UWM & provide professional assistance
Classified Staff Mentoring Program

All classified staff, especially first year employees The goals of the program address survival skills for new staff, a supportive academic and professional environment, career advancement, and balance in all aspects of employees' lives.
Department Chair Network

Academic department chairs

Provide training & support structure for department chairs (i.e. monthly brown bags, email reflectors)
Department Chair Retreat

Academic department chairs

2-day retreat; program to focus on department chair duties & new campus initiatives
Faculty Mentoring Program

All faculty, especially assistant professors

The goals of the program address survival skills for new faculty, a supportive academic and professional environment, career advancement, and balance in all aspects of employees' lives.
Faculty Sabbatical Program Lined faculty with tenure Develop scholarship and/or enhance teaching/student learning
Graduate School (UWM)

Faculty & research academic staff To enhance scholarly productivity at UWM, especially funded research
Individual Schools/ Colleges & Divisions

Faculty & academic staff

Varies (primarily research in academic units; position description-related in others
International Opportunities/Center for International Education Faculty & academic staff

To provide support for a variety of international educational and research initiatives
Learning Technology Center (LTC)


Faculty & teaching academic staff


Technology to enhance the quality of instruction & the student learning experience at UWM & porvide professional assistance
New Faculty/Staff Orientation

New faculty & academic staff

Orient new staff to campus, the community, support services, governance, developmental opportunities
Service Learning Professional Development Opportunities Faculty & teaching academic staff


To provide support for the development of service learning components for existing or new academic courses
Tuition Reimbursement Program


Faculty, academic & classified staff


Pursue degree program designed to enhance productivity in current UWM role; updated procedures for applying are currently being developed
UWM WWHEL Chapter (Wisconsin Women in Higher Education Leadership) Faculty & staff


To provide support for women who hold or aspire to leadership positions in higher education
UW System Division of Academic Affairs (Grant & Funding Sources)



Faculty & academic staff




To provide support for a variety of the UW System educational and research initiatives; note that many of these programs are cost-shared with UW campuses; the Provost's Office is typically the conduit for submissions