About the Program
The Office of Academic Leadership and Faculty Affairs (AL-FA) offers grants of up to $2500 per person, depending on available funds, to support eligible faculty members’ participation in the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD) Faculty Success Program (FSP). The highly acclaimed Faculty Success Program is an intensive, 12-week virtual boot camp offered through NCFDD that combines empirically tested methods, coaching, peer discussions, and accountability tools to help academics thrive in their careers and achieve healthy work-life balance. Sessions are offered in the Summer, Fall, and Spring. The spring session for 2023 runs from January 22nd – March 31, 2024.
Boise State University is an institutional member of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD). The Center provides all Boise State faculty members, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students free access to a number of the NCFDD’s programs and resources. Institutional Members are eligible for priority registration in the Faculty Success Program (FSP), whereby seats may be reserved and registered ahead of the public registration period. The Alumni Program is an additional key benefit. After completing one session of FSP, faculty can continue to enroll in the FSP Alumni Program free of charge for as long as their institution remains a member.
Depending on the amount awarded, this grant may cover up to approximately half of the tuition for this 12-week program. Faculty will need to pay for the remaining tuition cost (approximately $2250 if one registers early) through additional sources such as matching funds from the faculty member’s home department, college, start-up funds, or other sources.
Boise State’s FSP Grants program is intended to enrich the personal and professional lives of faculty in the belief that living full and healthy lives beyond the Boise State campus enhances their ability to better serve students.
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