October 4, 2013
Site visits are a chance to experience the academic culture of other institutions in the COPFFN Network. Graduate students, undergraduate students or postdocs interested in gaining exposure to a different type of faculty and campus environment, especially those applying to be COPFFN Fellows or Provost's Fellows, are encouraged to join a site visit. Each individual will be matched with a faculty mentor on the host campus for lunch and a departmental visit.
March 18, 2013
COPFFN Fellows and Provost’s Fellows in the Libraries have the opportunity to pursue the Professional Development Certificate for
Preparing Future Faculty (PDC:PFF) or the Preparing Future Professionals (PDC:BGIA)The PFP project parallels our PFF project, but
places graduate students in internship sites offcampus.
November 20, 2012
Each year we arrange for our graduate students and postdocs in our COPFF Network to participate in faculty mentorships on partner campuses. COPFFN Fellows are not funded, but any interested graduate student or postdoc may apply to have a mentorship with a faculty member on another campus in the COPFF Network. Faculty members review the Fellows' CVs and select those with whom they would like to work.
November 19, 2012
The PFP project parallels our PFF project, but places graduate students in internship sites off campus.