New Faculty Orientation

Panel in the 2019 ProgramIndigenous Mentoring Program

Are you interested in learning how to be an effective mentor to American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in STEM fields? 



Early Career Faculty Success Program

Equiping faculty with the knowledge of how to promote student success through achieving excellence in teaching, scholarship and service. 

Faculty Mentoring

The Early Career Mentoring Program matches new faculty starting with a network of mentors.


Offering certificates for Teaching Enhancement, Early Career Success, and Research & Creativity Leadership.


Teaching Online Program

Faculty support and training for teaching online through the Teaching Online Program (TOP).

Academic Leadership (DEAL)

Encouraging best practices and collegial development of MSU’s current and future academic leaders through highly interactive monthly workshops.

Faculty Learning Communities

Communities of practice around topics such as online teaching, writing groups, integrated learning, active learning, and others.


Connecting Faculty

Providing mentoring opportunities, group work in workshops and connecting faculty interested in particular grants or research topics.

Teaching Academy

Opportunity to gain new perspectives and insights into teaching by observing other faculty members who are using active teaching methods in their courses.

National Center for Faculty Diversity & Development

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National online resources for faculty, postdocs, and students designed to increase writing productivity, work-life balance, and overall academic success.



Other MSU Professional Development opportunties can be found on the Human Resources website.