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  • Mathematics professor Joe Latulippe won the 2016 Board of Fellows Faculty Development Prize for his Alzheimer’s research. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

    Unraveling the Stuff that Dreams are Made of

    JOE LATULIPPE, PHD Read More
  • Drilling Down: A Passion for Lakes Research

    Drilling Down: A Passion for Lakes Research

    LAURIE GRIGG, PHD Read More
  • Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, Tara Kulkarni. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

    What it Means to Be Resilient

    TARA KULKARNI, PHD, PE Read More
  • Photo: Exterior of fabric-concrete home design

    Building With Fabric and Concrete

    PROFESSOR ELEANOR D’APONTE Read More
  • During Convocation on August 29, 2017, President Richard Schneider named Hinkle as NU’s 25th Charles A. Dana Professor: only the second in biology since the program’s inception in 1974. “I am standing on the shoulders of giants,” she says. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

    Growth factor

    KAREN HINKLE, PHD: DANA PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY Read More
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I am very pleased to share with you, in my capacity as faculty development coordinator, some of the excellent work being supported by the Faculty Development Program at Norwich University. Funded with endowed income, the program provides support for faculty to develop their scholarship, creative work, and teaching by attending and presenting at conferences, workshops and courses, conducting research, and developing curricula in innovative ways.

Given the substantial commitment to teaching—the faculty at Norwich carry a 3-4 teaching load each year—being able to find ways to connect their teaching and scholarship ensures that faculty are staying engaged with developments in their areas, making contributions to the body of knowledge in those fields, and integrating the most up-to-date research into their courses. Our generous funding resources help to facilitate that work, enabling faculty to study traffic patterns in Ghana, to trace the footsteps of an Irish abolitionist, and to study in a comparative context nation-building in Botswana and Zimbabwe. Closer to home, faculty travel to libraries and archives, study manuscripts, design and build, and conduct experiments in the labs at Norwich and elsewhere with colleagues and collaborators.

No matter where they are working, our faculty serves as models of teacher-scholars striving to enrich their fields, the university, and their students’ intellectual lives.

Lea Williams, PhD
Professor of English
Faculty Development Coordinator

Faculty Development News

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  • Laurie Grigg and Elizabeth Gurian win Outstanding Mentor Awards +

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