"The Center for Teaching Excellence is an incredible asset for junior faculty members. Center staff members are leaders in the field of faculty teaching development and the other professors that attend their workshops and seminars are a supportive group of the best teachers at U.Va."
Vice President for Research - Research Development support is provided by the Office of the Vice President for Research, as well as school-specific resources.
U.Va. CHARGE (an NSF ADVANCE program)
School Diversity Resources
The University of Virginia Women's Center programs and services for students, staff and faculty
Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies primarily for students
Chinese Students and Scholars Society includes faculty from mainland China
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Center at the University of Virginia
Networking, Mentoring & Professional Development
The Ignite program connects early career faculty interested in teaching.
The Leadership in Academic Matters program supports and guides nominated faculty who demonstrate leadership potential.
The Center for Leadership Excellence provides resources for faculty and staff across the university for professional and career development.
The Center for American English Language and Culture (CAELC) helps new faculty and other members of the UVA community to improve English language and American cultural skills.
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences includes both formal and informal, department and school level mentoring
Darden School - new faculty are mentored by the Senior Associate Dean for Faculty and Research and the relevant Area Coordinator; they also participate in an annual faculty peer review process.
The Quantitative Collaborative (QC) Quantitative partnerships and interdisciplinary collaborations for those using quantitative methods to analyze social behavior
Medicine pairs all new research faculty with a senior faculty mentor for general advising.
The Center for Teaching Excellence offers broad support for faculty on teaching and learning
Ignite, a program for new faculty interested in becoming better teachers
Course Design Institute, providing intensive training in course design
The University Academy of Teaching award-winning professors offer coaching and mentoring to new faculty
Nucleus helps faculty improve STEM education in introductory-level courses at UVa using research-based pedagogies and assessment
Teaching with Technology Summer Camp provides hands-on learning opportunities for instructors interested in using technology in their courses
“Get Ready to Teach” includes material on online teaching (SCPS)
FERPA Training how to manage student information and privacy
UVA BOX: Cloud-Base Storage & Collaboration Service
UVACollab online Learning Management System
Resources in the Schools
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