Faculty Administrator Orientation to Carolina
The Faculty Administrator Orientation to Carolina is a cohort-based program that meets throughout the academic year. As an update to the CFE FADP program, the FAOC program provides an extensive introduction and overview of UNC Administrative Groups and Services. Participants will strengthen their network of support and contacts across UNC, and become oriented to campus administrative systems to aid in their leadership development.
Emily Boehm, CFE Faculty Development Consultant, and Barry Ramsey, Administrative Coordinator, Office of the Excecutive Vice Chancellor and Provost, will direct the 2021-22 FAOC.
The following offices and departments will be presenting during the 2021-22 FAOC: Office of Human Resources, Office of University Counsel, Ombuds Office, Information Technology Services (ITS), University Libraries, Finance and Operations, Office of the Provost, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and Office of Faculty Governance. View the 2021-22 FAOC Schedule for more details.
Who Should Apply?
This program is for mid to senior career faculty and/or faculty in administrative leadership roles.
Apply for Faculty Administrator Orientation to Carolina
Faculty can apply on their own, or be nominated. A brief letter of support from the chair is part of the application. Apply for the FAOC.
Session Topics and Schedule
Orientation Session – September 17
Office of Human Resources – September 24
Linc Butler, Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Office of University Counsel – October 29
Charles Marshall, University Counsel
Ombuds Office – November 12
Dawn Osborne-Adams, University Ombuds
Information Technology Services (ITS) – December 10
Finance and Administration – January 14
Nate Knuffman, Senior Associate (Deputy) Vice Chancellor for Finance and Operations
University Libraries – January 28
Elaine L. Westbrooks, University Librarian and Vice Provost for University Libraries; University Libraries Senior Team
Office of the Provost – February 11
Ron Strauss, Executive Vice Provost; Sara Reese, Director of Executive Talent Development
Office of Diversity and Inclusion – March 25
Office of Faculty Governance – April 8
Mimi Chapman, Chair of the Faculty, Professor of Social Work and Associate Dean for Doctoral Education, UNC School of Social Work
UNC and its External Publics – April 22
Tanya Moore, Associate Vice Chancellor, UNC Communications; Don Hobart, AVC for UNC Research; Regina Oliver, Editor and Director, Communications-General Alumni Association; and Mark Meares, Associate Vice Chancellor, Corporate and Foundations Relations