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Ready to Elevate Your Writing in 2024? Join the Summer Writing Group Program!

Celebrating its 11th year, the CFE Summer Writing Group (SWG) Program brings together faculty across all disciplines and career levels into small, peer-led groups for a summer of productive writing in a supportive environment. With hundreds of projects completed, over 500 faculty members have already benefited from SWG’s collaborative atmosphere.

Interested in joining this year’s program? Submit your application by Wednesday, April 24!

Apply for 2024-25 Faculty Leadership Development Programs

The CFE is now accepting applications for three of its faculty leadership development programs: Leadership Fundamentals, Faculty Administrator Orientation to Carolina, and Women ADVANCE Leadership.

CFE Leadership Development Programs support faculty leadership development at all career stages. They are designed to meet your career goals and leadership development needs whether you are an aspiring, new, or experienced leader. Faculty may be nominated or apply on their own. For Leadership Fundamentals and Faculty Administrator Orientation to Carolina, a brief letter support from the department chair, division director, or supervisor is part of the application.

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New Call Announced for CFE/Lenovo Grants – Focus on Generative AI

The CFE/Lenovo Instructional Innovation Grants Program provides support for instructors using technology in innovative and impactful ways to further student learning. This year the program will focus on supporting efforts to better understand generative AI and its role in teaching and learning. Three categories of grants (Curricular Development, Communities of Practice, and Scholarship of Teaching and Learning) will be funded. Proposals are due May 5, 2024. For more information on the grants and how to apply, review the 2024-25 Call for Proposals.

Generative AI Training Modules for Faculty Now Available!

We are excited to release the Generative AI Modules, a five-part professional development series focused on using generative AI for teaching, scholarship/research, and productivity, with an introduction by Provost Chris Clemens. The modules are asynchronous and can be accessed on demand by faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and course instructors. Each module includes interactive learning activities, resources, and video-based instruction.

UNC Committee on Generative AI

The Generative AI Modules were developed as part of the UNC Committee on Generative AI, commissioned by Provost Chris Clemens. Explore other generative AI resources for employees developed by the committee.