Faculty Fellows Program Provides Incentives, Structure to Improve Teaching
Winston-Salem State University recently implemented its Faculty Fellows Program, a comprehensive, two-tiered model of faculty development to serve the diverse needs of tenure-track and tenured faculty members. The program was initiated by the Office of Faculty Affairs under the leadership of Associate Provost Denise Pearson in fall 2012 with a cohort of approximately 40 faculty members.
- Faculty Fellows Program Provides Incentives, Structure to Improve Teaching
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