Woman speaking at podiumNew Faculty Orientation

For our new CU Boulder tenure track and instructor track faculty members, the Office of Faculty Affairs sponsors a day-long New Faculty Orientation. This event takes place annually in the Fall semester, prior to the first week of class. As a new CU Boulder faculty member, you are joining a community of scholars and artists aiming to enhance the public good through their teaching, research, and service. New Faculty Orientation will provide important information, assistance, and advice to get you started at CU Boulder.

Note: New Faculty Orientation 2024 will be held on Monday, August 19, 2024.

More information about New Faculty Orientation

Read about New Faculty Orientation 2023 in CU Boulder Today 

Thriving at CU logoThriving at CU Series

A monthly workshop series for tenure- and instructor-track faculty who are in their first three years at CU Boulder. Meet other new faculty and 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 at CU covers the following content areas:

  • New Faculty Orientation
  • Thriving in the First Year: What I Wish I Had Known
  • Thriving in the Classroom: Handling Challenges
  • Thriving as a Scholar: Academic Freedom, Public Scholarship, and Research in Partnership
  • Thriving as a Mentor: Supporting Students Academically and Socioemotionally
  • Thriving in Community: Identities on Campus
  • Thriving in Community and Leadership: Faculty Relations and Governance
  • Thriving in Wellness: Resources to Support You

For questions regarding the Thriving at CU series, please email OFAFDS@colorado.edu.