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Thursday, November 11 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Fellow Travelers: Re-thinking faculty fellowship for the Post-COVID Age

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This session is based on a recently completed web-scraping study conducted by the presenters examining the aims of 220 faculty fellows programs in the United States (Colby et al., under review). The study identified five modalities that describe the primary purpose of fellows programs, including Honor, Learning, Advocacy, Extension, and Capacity. In this interactive session, these modalities are used heuristically to help participants plan to design, revitalize, or redesign a fellows program. Participants connect with others interested in designing and researching fellows programs that provide measurable return on investment and that raise the organizational development capacity of their institutions.

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Susan Colby

Director of Faculty Professional Development, Appalachian State University
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Laura Cruz

Associate Research Professor, Penn State
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Danielle Cordaro

Associate Professor, Director, Center for Faculty Development, University of Mount Union

Thursday November 11, 2021 11:30am - 12:30pm EST