We're delighted that you are joining Seattle University!

These webpages are designed to help you with your orientation as a new faculty member, and are intended to complement your experiences in our New Faculty Institute (NFI). NFI is organized by a planning team made up of representatives from the colleges on behalf of the Provost. 

NFI has six goals:

  1. To build community across campus through cross-disciplinary conversation.
  2. To explore the Jesuit Catholic mission of the university.
  3. To reflect on and discuss the art of balancing teaching, scholarship, and service. 
  4. To model and discuss effective teaching practices.
  5. To gain an awareness of key legal implications of working in higher education.
  6. To explain University-level expectations around rank and tenure for tenure-track NFI participants (in a follow-up session). 

 

NFI 2018 timing 

NFI 2018 will take place on Tuesday, September 11 and Wednesday, September 12. 

Separately, Faculty Services runs a "nuts-and-bolts" orientation twice prior to NFI, so you can choose the date that best suits you: 
For 2018, you can choose to attend the orientaiton on Thu, Sep 6 or Mon, Sep 10.

This means you will have clarified logistical issues early and so will be better able to focus on your own professional development as a faculty member at Seattle University during the two days of NFI. We are looking forward to meeting you!

Chart explaining New Faculty institute and the Orientation for new faculty

NFI 2018

Tue,
Sep 11 

Day One 
11:45–5:00pm 
Chardin 142

Jesuit Reception
5:00-6:30 
Arrupe Residence

Wed,
Sep 12 

Day Two 
9:30–5:30pm
Chardin 142

Follow-up Sessions

Fri,
TBA

 
Teaching in the Jesuit Tradition 
3:30–5:00pm
Location TBA
Fri,
TBA
 

Thriving at SU as a Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Member
3:30–5:00pm
Location TBA

Fri,
TBA

Rank and Tenure Panel
3:30–5:00pm
Location TBA

REGISTRATION for these follow-up sessions will open in the summer. 

Contact Us

Email: NFI@seattleu.edu

Phone: (206) 296-2144