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John Jay has an institutional membership with the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD), which offers resources for faculty across career levels. Membership is open to PhD students, part-time and full-time faculty members at John Jay.
To claim your account: (a) Go to https://www.facultydiversity.org/join; (b) choose John Jay College from the drop-down menu; (c) select “Activate my Membership”; (d) complete registration with your jjay email address; (e) confirm in jjay email by clicking “Activate Account”.
The Faculty Opportunity Fund (FOF) supports full-time faculty members' professional development
- Refer to the application form for information on award eligibility, the application process and criteria, and funding categories.
- The FOF selection committee plans to evaluate applications 4-6 times per year, as needed: Feb 1, April 1, June 1, Sept 1, Nov 1.
Faculty members can apply to either be a mentee or a mentor for a colleague. Mentorship is often focused on tenure and/or promotion, as well as on other career goals (e.g., scholarship; leadership development). Calls for participants are sent in late summer/early fall.
Resources to facilitate faculty members' success in reaching their career goals:
Faculty can apply for leadership development training (supported by funding from the Faculty Opportunity Fund). Watch for email announcements for upcoming opportunities.
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To learn more about the Black/African-American affinity group, please email Miss Purdie (email@example.com) or Rulisa Galloway-Perry (firstname.lastname@example.org). To inquire about the Hispanic/Latinx affinity group, please email Maribel Perez (email@example.com). To learn more about the Asian/American affinity group, please email Toy-Fung Tung (English; firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Anru Lee (Anthropology; email@example.com). To inquire about female faculty or 'faculty while parenting' affinity groups, please email Angela Crossman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Faculty (and their families) can access assistance with emotional wellbeing; child, adult and elder care; legal and financial challenges; and daily living tasks (e.g., finding pet care). For details, visit www.myccaonline.com, download the CCA@YourService app, or call 800-833-8707. Code: CUNY.