Current Faculty and Graduate Student Resources

For Faculty

Alden Poole Faculty Mentor Award

Alumni Chairs in Public Engagement

Ifill Faculty Growth Funds

Professional Development Funds

University Faculty Forms (annual reviews, sabbaticals, tenure-track vouchers, etc.)

Recommended Reading (available in Ifill Dean's Office)

  • Peter Brooks and Hillary Jewett, eds., The Humanities and Public Life (2014)
  • Martha Nussbaum, Not For Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities (2010)
  • Doris Sommer, The Work of Art in the World: Civic Agency and Public Humanities (2014)
  • Randy Stoecker, Liberating Service-Learning and the Rest of Higher Education Civic Engagement (2016)

* see also the Ifill General Information folder on the G:Drive for key documents (faculty meeting agenda and minutes, College policies and procedures, etc.)

For Chairs

Dean's Fellows Program

Disrupting Bias and Shortcuts

* see also the Ifill General Information folder on the G:Drive for key documents (leadership meeting agenda and minutes, faculty hiring documents, etc.)

For Graduate Students

Graduate Student Professional Development Fund

University Resources Supporting Faculty Life

Faculty Policy Manual (2010-2017)

Center for Excellence in Teaching

Community Engagement

Center for Student Success (Advising, Disability Access, Career and Global Education, Tutoring, Writing)

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Action Council (DEIAC)

Library

Provost

Registrar (graduation requirements, course catalogs, forms, etc)

Sponsored Programs (Faculty Development Fund, IRB, etc)

Technology Support