Peer networks are faculty learning communities organized by different identities and faculty rank/appointment type. Peer networks meet on a regular basis to discuss issues of career development, create opportunities for collaboration and partnership, and give faculty participants strategies for navigating campus.
Current Faculty Peer Networks (2023-2024)
Other Peer Networks
ADVANCING Together Workshops (AT) – A year-long peer network for associate professors who identify as women. This peer network is designed to provide knowledge of the promotion to full process, tips on dossier preparation, and discussions of critical career decisions.
Keeping Our Faculties (KOF) – A year-long network of pre-tenure assistant professors who identify as women created to enhance agency in career advancement.