FTEP runs several sub-programs to help faculty tackle specific challenges and find community:
- The New Assistant Professor Program (NAPP) invites tenure-track faculty in the first two years of their career and postdocs who wish to develop their career in tenure-track positions, i.e. teaching. Why participate in NAPP? Please follow this link to the NAPP Course Development Grant - Request for Proposals.
- The Early Career Faculty Program: Faculty Learning Communities (ECFP), which reaches faculty within their own schools, departments, and programs and serves faculty years 1-6, or those faculty who are pre-tenure.
- Making Teaching and Learning Visible is a community of practice in which faculty redesign a course and then publish a portfolio here on the redesign. MTLV is open to all faculty.
The FTEP office also serves as the headquarters for the President's Teaching Scholars Program (PTSP), which is likewise overseen by Mary Ann Shea. A system-based program, PTSP gathers scholars from all CU campuses into a singular guild that advances the scholarship of teaching and learning through advocacy and peer-publishing.
For anyone interested in getting started in publishing on the scholarship of teaching and learning, our President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) initiative is a great place to begin.