Mid-Career Development Programs
Faculty development at Ohio University is intended to support our exceptional faculty in their roles as engaged teachers, scholars, researchers, creative artists and service providers throughout their academic career. The following programs and opportunities are intended to support mid-career OHIO faculty.
Faculty Fellowship Leave Program
At the end of each seven-year teaching period at Ohio University, each tenured faculty member having faculty status shall be eligible for a University Fellowship leave. The purpose of the University Faculty Fellowship Program is to enhance the professional skills of the faculty member through further education, study, research or creative work. It is the spirit of the program to permit the faculty member maximum flexibility in planning and determining their professional development.
Mentor Leaders: Learning Together FLC
The Mentor Leaders: Learning Together Faculty Learning Community (FLC) provides OHIO faculty with the skills and knowledge to become effective faculty mentors. The Mentor FLC is a University-wide faculty mentor training program for faculty who want to effectively participate in faculty mentoring programs across the University.
For additional information about the Mentor Leaders FLC, please contact Katie Hartman, Vice Provost for Faculty Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional Development Pathways
Ohio University's Human Resources has developed a comprehensive framework for professional development through its Professional Development Pathways. Pathways encourage, guide and recognize development of skills that are important to employees in a wide variety of positions. Completion of assigned learning experiences is rewarded with badges; specified collections of badges lead to Pathway Completions.