Spring 2008 New Faculty Orientation – Request for Data and Updates on New Faculty Appointees

Published: December 10th, 2007

Category: Memos

Debra Walker King, Associate Provost, Faculty Development

This message is a reminder of the Spring 2008 New Faculty Orientation. The orientation will take place on January 31, 2008. We rely on you to ensure that all new faculty appointees are included in orientation. For each new faculty appointee, please provide the information requested on the form (New Appointee Information Form) by Monday, December 19, 2007.

New appointees, for the purpose of the New Faculty Orientation, are those persons new to the University this year and/or appointed after the last Fall Orientation Program that was held August 16-17, 2006.

Please be sure to submit the most recent contact information. Out-dated addresses and emails may result in faculty members not getting important registration materials in a timely manner. If your college has updated information for new faculty members, please submit a New Appointee Information Form with the latest contact information. The New Appointee Information Form may be found on the Faculty Development website at http://www.aa.ufl.edu/aa/facdev/forms/nfo/NewFacultyInfoForm.pdf. Also, if you have not yet filled out an interest form for the Information Fair or nominated potential Luncheon Mentors, please also fill out and submit a Coordinators/Participants form found online at http://www.aa.ufl.edu/aa/facdev/forms/nfo/CoordinatorContactInfoForm.pdf. Return these forms to Alison Hightower in 239 Tigert (PO Box 113050) or via email at ahightower@aa.ufl.edu. If you have any questions, you may reach Ms. Hightower at 392-4835.

Please inform your department administrators of this orientation so they will not schedule new appointees for assignments or departmental meetings on these dates. It will also be helpful if newly appointed faculty members are advised of the New Faculty Orientation in communications your office has with them.

Thanks so much for your support of this program.

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