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Faculty & Staff Development Center
The Faculty Staff Development
Center has as its goals:
- To support the professional growth
and career development of full, part-time Faculty and administrative and support staff
of NYUCD. To identify, coordinate and develop educational or staff and faculty.
- To increase the skill level and
knowledge base of the entire NYUCD community through individual and group accomplishment.
To provide resources to departments to improve evaluation and orientation programs.
- To provide training and resources,
guidance, and facilitation for faculty and staff standardization and calibration.
To provide leadership and support to Division Heads, Directors, Administrators, Managers,
Supervisors, and Chairpersons, in their efforts to identify the developmental needs
of their personnel and to provide appropriate and effective interventions to meet
To achieve these goals, the Faculty
& Staff Development Center provides a number of programs, which include:
FSDC programming will focus on faculty standardization and general clinical programs
for faculty members, staff standardization and professional development in targeted
areas for administrators and staff, and general programs that reach both populations.
Grants for individual or group faculty/staff development are available from the Faculty
and Staff Development Center. Programs, projects, and activities that are college focused
(meet the need of the entire school rather than a segment) and facilitate achievement
of our mission, will be given priority. All programs, projects, and activities considered
for support will be evaluated in terms of their potential for contributing to the growth
and health of the college.
The NYUCD Faculty Staff Development Center provides program participants with certification
of their attendance at Center programs. Continuing dental education units are offered
in conjunction with the NYUCD Center for Continuing Dental Education. Certificates of
attendance are sent to all program participants on a quarterly basis. Participants are
responsible for maintaining their own records and for ensuring that they meet the specific
requirements needed for re-licensure and certification.
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