Welcome to the CU Boulder faculty community, where our faculty are dedicated to a core mission of teaching, research, creative works, and leadership in the service of the public good. Our faculty teach and learn with over 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students on our beautiful campus. I am the faculty member who leads the Office of Faculty Affairs, the office on campus that strives to support faculty throughout their careers, from hiring to retiring.
Becoming a faculty member at CU Boulder doesn’t just mean you are going to teach at the foothills of the Flatirons - it means you are joining a community of scholars, artists, and scientists who are educating the next generation of citizens and leaders, and pursuing cutting-edge discovery and knowledge to inform and improve our democratic society.
We are delighted you have chosen to join our diverse and vibrant faculty community here at CU Boulder, and we look forward to working and growing together. Faculty Affairs is here to help faculty envision, develop, and sustain successful careers at CU Boulder, and to provide faculty with opportunities to engage with the campus community and create a sense of belonging to and ownership of the university.
Vice Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Affairs
Professor of Education
Join us for this new workshop series for tenure- and instructor-track faculty who are in their first three years at CU Boulder. Meet other new faculty and to get your questions answered! Participation in at least 8 “Thriving at CU” sessions over your first three years will earn you a faculty development certificate.
- Thriving in Community: Identities on Campus
- Date/Time: October 22, 2020 (Thursday), 8:30-9:30AM (MST)
- Join us for a virtual coffee hour, where our faculty panelists share their advice, perspectives, and experiences on how new faculty members with diverse identities can navigate the institution. The panelists’ remarks will be followed by interactive conversations and discussion.
- Register for the panel session
- Roadmap to Fall 2020: A framework for a COVID-19-ready campus experience, academic instruction and resource alignment
- Resources for Remote & Online Teaching from the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). CTL supports CU’s community of educators through teaching consultations, seminars, reading groups, and additional services
- Academic Technology Resources from the Office of Information Technology
- The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement (ODECE) works to achieve the University's commitment to inclusive excellence and uphold it as a priority across the campus.
- The Boulder Faculty Assembly (BFA) is the representative body of the faculty in the shared governance of the CU Boulder campus