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Faculty College

Faculty College is an in-service educational program that allows faculty and instructional academic staff members to: offer programs, courses or other educational experiences to their colleagues; arranges for experts from outside the University to make presentations; or engage in intensive, short-term work with UW Oshkosh faculty and academic staff members.

Faculty College is an in-service educational program that allows faculty and teaching academic staff members to:

  • offer programs, courses or other educational experiences to their colleagues,

  • arranges for experts from outside the University to make presentations, or

  • engage in intensive, short-term work with UW Oshkosh faculty and academic staff members.

Faculty College programs may be offered at any time; however, most are conducted during fall and spring interim. Conducting a program through Faculty College requires the submission of a proposal and, in some cases, a final report of the program.

Submitting a Faculty College Proposal

For detailed information about Faculty College, procedures for submitting a proposal, eligibility and evaluation criteria see the Faculty College section of the Faculty Development Fund HandbookPLEASE READ THIS SECTION OF THE HANDBOOK IN ITS ENTIRETY, AS A PROPOSAL NARRATIVE OR OTHER MATERIALS MAY BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE YOUR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION. You can also download the Faculty College Application and Budget Form.

Past Faculty College Awards

To see who has previously received Faculty College awards, see Awards and Recognition.

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by Reinke, Heidi L last modified May 30, 2012 02:45 PM