The Center for Faculty Advancement connects and collaborates with the NYU community to recruit, retain, develop, and advance faculty whose scholarship, teaching and community engagement will positively impact the world. We accomplish this by providing knowledge, resources, mentoring, and engagement opportunities that prepare faculty to pursue their scholarly aspirations and meet key career milestones such as tenure, promotion and contract renewal. Through these and other services, we support the development of academic leaders and enable faculty to connect their work with communities across the globe. Email: facultyadvance@nyu.edu

In support of this mission, the Center for Faculty Advancement is partnering with Teaching, Learning & Technology (TLT) to offer a variety of resources to foster Learning Communities among NYU faculty and to support them in their teaching. We invite you to learn more about our programs and services below.


Teaching Consultations: Teaching a new class? Concerned about student participation? Eager to incorporate active learning or technology into your course? Whatever your pedagogical challenge or interest in enhancing your teaching practice, we offer all NYU instructors individual teaching consultations. We can help you clarify your learning goals to better design your course, identify effective strategies for student engagement, and ensure an inclusive environment in your classroom.

Consultants are available throughout the year to meet with faculty in-person or online. For individual teaching and design consultations, you can reach us at teaching@nyu.edu

Learn more about Learning Communities at NYU and about our ongoing Events & Workshops.


TeachTalks: The Office of the Provost and NYU IT are producing a series of pedagogy videos, or "TeachTalks," for global instructors. Each TeachTalk features an NYU instructor discussing topics such as active learning, teaching with technology, and incorporating local resources into courses.
 


PUBLICATION WORKSHOPS SUMMER 2020

The Center for Faculty Advancement invites you to participate in the upcoming Publishing Workshops where you will have the opportunity to learn how to publish an academic book or a college textbook. This new initiative will evolve in response to participants’ feedback and their needs. Our goal is to provide NYU & FRN faculty members the support needed to advance their professional and pedagogical publication agendas. The workshop will be led by Dr. Robert DiYanni, Adjunct Professor of Humanities, and Instructional Consultant for the Center for Faculty Advancement. Dr. DiYanni has published 40 books with major publishers including Random House, McGraw-Hill, Prentice-Hall, Pearson, and Princeton University Press.

Workshops on specific aspects of the book publishing process will follow at 2-week intervals beginning in June, halting in August, and re-commencing in September, please see the schedule below. Registration is required.

An Overview of the Book Publication Process
Recorded Tuesday, June 16

Writing a Book Proposal, Part 1
Tuesday, June 30, 9-10 am and 2-3 pm

Writing a Book Proposal, Part 2
Tuesday, July 14, 9-10 am and 2-3 pm

Securing and Evaluating a Book Contract
Tuesday, July 28, 9-10 am and 2-3 pm

If you have any questions, please email us at facultyadvance@nyu.edu.


An Overview of the Book Publication Process

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(Past Event Audio Recap 2020) HOW TO PUBLISH AN ACADEMIC BOOK OR A COLLEGE TEXTBOOK WORKSHOP

The audio and transcript for the Publishing Workshop held at NYU on February 27th is now available. Those who attended had the opportunity to engage in conversation about how to publish an academic book or college textbook. The workshop was led by Dr. Robert DiYanni, Adjunct Professor of Humanities, and Instructional Consultant at the Center for Faculty Advancement. DiYanni has published 40 books with major publishers including Random House, McGraw-Hill, Prentice Hall, Pearson, and Princeton University Press.

To request access to the transcript and audio files, contact us at facultyadvance@nyu.edu or go the download page.