What do we do?
Collaboration is the overarching mission and recurring theme guiding our work in support of faculty enrichment. More about Welcome to Faculty Enrichment
Where development implies progress toward an end product, conceptualizing faculty learning as enrichment emphasizes that such efforts represent institutional investment in faculty, and faculty’s investment in themselves, to learn.
—Faculty Development Committee, 2016; Stabile & Ritchie, 2013
Faculty learn best from each other. Join a group of colleagues as you explore new pedagogy, engage in interdisciplinary conversations, or support one another at a similar stage in your careers. More about Faculty Learning Communities
Faculty enrichment is a campus-wide effort. Check out programs across the college that support faculty with academic technology, internship and service-learning courses, grant proposals, undergraduate research, and much more! More about Campus-Wide Faculty Enrichment
Are you new to Keene State College and want to start the semester off right? We have an orientation just for you, whether you’re an incoming tenure-track, clinical, artist-in-residence, contract, post-doc, or adjunct faculty. More about New Faculty Orientation
More Professional Development
Internal funding sources can enrich your pedagogy and the intellectual culture at Keene State College. Professional, administrative, or technical staff members who teach, adjuncts, and tenure-track faculty are invited to apply for grants. If eligible, the pilot Faculty Fellows program is another option. More about Grants and Faculty Fellows
For your reference, archived here are key reports from Keene State College about faculty enrichment along with related research citations and handouts, especially on the topics of new faculty, mentoring, and college teaching. More about Resources