SUNY Center for Professional Development (SUNY CPD) Academic Programs are designed for the academic communities comprised of faculty, librarians, faculty developers, and instructional support staff. Programs are based upon identified needs from the campuses and SUNY communities and in support of the strategic priorities for Academic Affairs in the SUNY strategic plan. Program areas include all aspects of teaching and learning, research, assessment, and the effective use of technology in education.
Programs are delivered in a variety of formats:
Customized and Delivered to You
Academic Programs can be customized to meet your particular training or professional development needs. Programming can be brought directly to your campus, dedicated to your Academic staff; or your campus could act as a "Regional Site."
Meeting Your Needs
To provide you with training and professional development appropriate to your needs, Academic Programs conducts periodic Needs Assessments.
The SUNY Center for Professional Development (in partnership with other SUNY stakeholders) offers a wide variety of certificate programs including:
Each program was designed to assist faculty and staff in planning a well-articulated, systematized path for their professional development. Program participants learn the essential skills and knowledge needed to work in higher education. All courses are online and asynchronous as well as engaging and interactive.
If you have questions contact Chris Price, SUNY CPD Academic Programs Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUNY Faculty Development Community of Practice
This community is open to those in SUNY who are involved with supporting teaching and learning and faculty/staff development efforts throughout the system. Membership in this community gives you access to:
Faculty developers, faculty or staff from centers for teaching and learning, teaching, learning, and technology centers, and/or librarians, instructional designers, or other staff who are involved with supporting faculty in their instructional development are invited to join the Faculty Development Community of Practice. If would like to be part of this community, go to http://commons.suny.edu/groups/fact-task-group-tl/ and submit a request to join the group. For more information or questions, contact Chris Price, Academic Programs Manager at email@example.com or 585-395-5025.
Programs Offered in the Past - A sampling of the broad range of programming we have offered includes: