Faculty Resource Network

The Faculty Resource Network (FRN) at New York University is an award-winning professional development consortium that sponsors programs for faculty and administrators from a nationwide network of over 50 colleges and universities. The FRN hosts lectures, symposia, intensive seminars, and visiting scholar opportunities to improve the quality of teaching and learning at its member and affiliate institutions. Since 1983, the FRN has leveraged the collective experiences and expertise of its constituencies to accomplish a common goal of meeting the professional development needs of faculty and administrators.

The FRN is grounded in effective and practical pedagogical development and believes that sustained collaboration among institutions and their constituents strengthens the holistic growth of educators centering around three pillars:

  • Collaborative and dynamic networking among colleges and university partners
  • Independent research and scholarship
  • Undergraduate-focused program development and supports

Upcoming

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FRN National Symposium 2022

November 18 & 19
New Orleans

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Network Winter 2023

January 9–13
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Application deadline:  October 21

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FRN Teach Share

January 17-19, 2023
Online via Zoom

Proposal deadline:  December 9
Registration deadline:  January 13

FRN Leadership Initiative

FRN Leadership Initiative

Fall 2022 & Spring 2023
Online

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Remote consultations with NYU’s Immersive Technology Lab

Ongoing  |  Remote

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Scholar Remote Fellowship Program

Affords Network faculty the opportunity to pursue research projects supported by the vast digital holdings of NYU’s Division of Libraries.

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Scholar Remote Consulting Opportunity

Confidential teaching consultations are available for faculty of FRN institutions.

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Visiting Scholar Programs

Participants spend either a semester-long sabbatical or a month-long summer residency engaging in research, revising and developing curricula, or producing manuscripts for publication.