The FTI is an impactful experience for faculty and meets many demonstrated needs in physics and astronomy undergraduate education and STEM faculty professional development.
The flagship part of the Physics and Astronomy Faculty Teaching Institute (FTI) is a four-day, in-person or virtual workshop to meet the needs of today’s instructors to educate a diverse population, use effective teaching practices, and develop a robust knowledge base around teaching.
Formerly known as the New Faculty Workshop (NFW), the FTI celebrates 27 years of programming to support physics and astronomy faculty to have successful and fulfilling careers, and educate a diverse population of students.
Faculty who attend the FTI will:
Past evaluations have demonstrated a strong impact of the FTI on teaching practices.
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