The CFD supports ODU Faculty with training & mentoring in teaching & pedagogy, research & scholarship and professional development.
I am pleased to welcome you to Old Dominion University's Center for Faculty Development. As a university dedicated to innovation in research, teaching, and scholarly activities, the Center furthers Old Dominion University's commitment to educational excellence. Faculty at all ranks will find resources at the Center to enhance their career planning and advancement. The Center provides opportunities for faculty to develop effective teaching and learning strategies, participate in workshops aimed at promoting collegial conversations, and engage in forums to highlight faculty accomplishments.
Excellent mentoring empowers faculty to be the best they can be. Learn more about what ODU has to offer.
Offering faculty resources tied to teaching and learning, research success and professional development.
ODU is serious about the ethics of research. The link below takes you to vital information about research integrity and scientific misconduct and ODU’s policies about these matters.
Visit this site for webinars focused on faculty development.
Consultations and observations designed to help teachers become more reflective and skilled professionals.
Faculty Forums & Salons
Visit this link to listen to informative conversations from our Faculty Forums and Salons.
Visit this site to find myriad ways to relax, reflect, breathe, be inspired, or even laugh.
Visit this link to find essays written by Old Dominion University faculty members on a variety of instructional strategies that may be useful in your courses.
The Fall 2021 Provost's Spotlight will honor Lawrence Weinstein, a professor of physics and Eminent Scholar at Old Dominion University and a researcher with the ODU Experimental Nuclear Physics Group at the Jefferson Lab.
The Spotlight will be held Monday, Nov. 1, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at University Theatre and includes an introduction by Provost Augustine O. Agho and an interview with Dr. Weinstein led by CFD Director Annette Finley-Croswhite. A reception will follow in the Atrium.
Acclaimed Teacher, Honored at Nov. 1, 2021 Provost's Spotlight | Lawrence Weinstein, a professor of physics, University Professor and Eminent Scholar, was the guest of honor at the fall 2021 Provost's Spotlight, held Monday, Nov. 1, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at the University Theatre. Dr. Weinstein is also a researcher at the Jefferson Lab. The Spotlight recorded event includes an introduction by Provost Augustine O. Agho and an interview conducted by CFD Director Annette Finley-Croswhite.