"Research practice" refers to the process of conducting and publishing research, rather than to the topic of the research. The Center for Faculty Development helps faculty think through their strategies and approaches to conducting and writing up their research; in line with the Center's research-based approached to our work, we use the growing "research on research" to focus on such areas as:
Our support for SU faculty members' research practice includes the following activities:
In addition, we have an institutional membership to the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD) - jointly funded by Faculty Development and the Deans - that provides a further array of support to help faculty boost their scholarly productivity while improving their life-work balance.
We have also launched FAQNet to enable SU faculty to connect with one another on various topics. One section of FAQNet is devoted to a wide range of specific areas relating to research, scholarship, and writing. FAQNet requires you to use your SU ID and login to access colleagues' contact information.
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