Howard University Preparing Future Faculty Program (HUPFF)

Howard University Preparing Future Faculty Program (HUPFF) The HUPFF program prepares graduate students of all disciplines for careers in our nation's professoriate. The program presents an integrated view of the roles of a professional academic through Seminars, Site-Visits, and Internships.

10/12/2010

Tomorrow: "Understanding the Rules for Getting Tenure"
Location: Annex #3 (The Graduate School Building) Room 317a
Time: 3:00 pm

09/20/2010

Teaching Assistant / Associate Workshop
Date: September 22, 2010
Location: Browsing Room in Founders Library
Time: Registration begins at 8:00; Workshop starts at 9:00

09/14/2010

Come to our Fall General Body Meeting!!!!!!
Date: September 15, 2010
Location: Annex #3, Rm. 205
Time: 3:00 Food will be served!!!!

09/01/2010

Greetings PFF Fellows:

We would like to welcome you to our new HUPFF fan page. Here, you will be able to stay updated on our upcoming events and give us feedback on our seminars and workshops.

We look forward to a productive semester!!!!

09/01/2010

Come to our Fall General Body Meeting!!!!!!
Date: September 15, 2010
Location: Annex #3, Rm. 205
Time: 3:00

Address

Howard University Graduate School
Washington D.C., DC
20059

Website

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Howard University Preparing Future Faculty Program (HUPFF) posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Shortcuts

Nearby home improvement businesses


Comments

The online portal isn't open yet. It should be soon.We're searching again, and I'm the contact person. The Department of Biology at the University of Richmond seeks to fill two full-time visiting faculty positions (non-tenure track) for the 2018-19 academic year, beginning August 2018 and ending May 2019. Both positions have the possibility of renewal for a second year. We are looking for broadly trained biologists with expertise in cellular/molecular biology, ecology/evolution, and/or interdisciplinary training spanning both concept areas. Applicants should demonstrate a strong commitment to high quality undergraduate education and an interest in teaching at a primarily undergraduate institution (PUI). The position entails teaching four units per term, including introductory level courses with lab (where each count as a unit) and upper level electives in the candidate’s area of expertise. Research space and access to equipment may be made available based on synergy with existing faculty research programs. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in hand by August 20, 2018. Applicants should apply online at http://jobs.richmond.edu and upload a cover letter; a statement that addresses their teaching experiences and their vision for being a teacher-scholar at a PUI; a current curriculum vitae; and the names of three references who can address teaching effectiveness and potential. References will be contacted once a short-list of candidates is made. Review of applications will begin immediately and qualified applicants will be considered until the position is filled. Questions concerning the position and application process should be directed to Dr. Omar Quintero ([email protected]). The University of Richmond is committed to developing a diverse workforce and student body and to being an inclusive community. We strongly encourage applicants address how they envision contributing to these goals in their application materials. We are especially interested in recruiting individuals who have interest or experience in broadening access and inclusivity in STEM disciplines (Integrated Inclusive Science) which aligns with the University’s strategic plan (https://strategicplan.richmond.edu/). For more information on the department, see http://biology.richmond.edu/. The Department of Biology is housed in the Gottwald center for the Sciences, which also houses the Departments of Chemistry and Physics and had an extensive renovation/expansion of laboratory and teaching facilities completed in 2005. Approximately 50 biology majors graduate each year, many of whom go on to attend top graduate and medical schools. Members of the Department of Biology have access to two University-owned field sites that are approximately 15 and 45 minutes away from campus.