A Note from The NCFDD Team
This is a time of highly unusual circumstance as individuals and institutions are confronting the COVID-19 crisis. We understand that necessary safety measures mean that your routine has changed dramatically and many faculty members are being asked to develop new ways of teaching very quickly. To support our members during this time we have curated a list of support resources specifically in response to the current climate, you can access those here. As we are also thinking ahead to the return to campuses and rhythm of a typical semester, we also want to continue to share our planned resources with you to give you tools to consider and reflect on. As always, the resources at NCFDD are here to help you set goals, measure productivity, and practice self-care during these extraordinary circumstances.
If you're feeling overwhelmed, check out this video from NCFDD Founder Kerry Ann Rockquemore. It's all about checking in with yourself, identifying your needs, and figuring out what could be good at this difficult time.
The National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity is an independent professional development, training, and mentoring community for faculty members, postdocs, and graduate students. They are 100% dedicated to supporting academics in making successful transitions throughout their careers.
Annual Membership is Covered for all Princeton Graduate Students!
All enrolled graduate students (as well as their faculty mentors) can access all the benefits of the NCFDD: Princeton has paid for an institutional membership which allows all graduate students to access the site for free. If you have difficulty, please contact us at email@example.com, or contact NCFDD. You'll receive a weekly motivational email (the Monday Motivator) and access to the full NCFDD Core Curriculum, guest expert webinars, intensive multi-week courses facilitated by national experts, a private discussion forum, monthly writing challenges, and the opportunity to connect with a writing accountability partner.