What do we do?
The mission of Faculty Enrichment is to encourage and inspire the career-long professional learning of Keene State College faculty as teacher-scholars and leaders of a vibrant community of learners.
Our work emphasizes inquiry and innovation. Our programs and services are informed by evidence from research and practice, and are voluntary, formative (not evaluative), and confidential. More about Welcome to Faculty Enrichment
Faculty enrichment is a campus-wide effort. Check out programs across the college that support faculty and their students. More about Campus-Wide Faculty Enrichment
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 step in your career. More about Faculty Learning Communities
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
Internal funding sources can enrich pedagogy, embolden your career goals, and improve the intellectual culture of Keene State College. We offer grants for various employee groups of faculty and the criteria for projects are diverse. More about Internal Grants and Fellows
Keene State College offers a range of summer institutes and retreats for faculty to reflect in restful settings and reinvigorate their passion for the profession, no matter their discipline, career stage, or personal ambitions. More about Summer Institutes and Retreats
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 teaching. Or, check out the list of our colleagues who won the college’s Distinguished Teacher and Scholar of the Year awards! More about Resources
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We want your feedback: To help us improve programming, click on the link below to answer brief questions on this anonymous Faculty Enrichment Feedback Form.