Considerations for Pursuing Promotion to Full Professor
Anne Libby, PhD, discusses how to get ready for promotion to the rank of Professor.
Promotion to Professor represents working toward a significantly higher academic standard. For most people, promotion is generally achieved through a multi-year plan. Dr Libby shares several special considerations for planning to achieve this noteworthy promotion.
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All CU Denver faculty members have free access to the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity’s (NCFDD) resources through the CFDA.
Have you ever wondered which NCFDD resources best meet your needs?
In April (April 19, 2023, 11:00-12:00, via Zoom), Dr. Ramirez will highlight the NCDD’s resources for EDI-focused mentoring.
Register at: https://cu-tips.corsizio.com/c/63d187491477a730fc5aabea