Santa Clara University

Faculty-Development

New Faculty

A special welcome to our New Faculty!  We hope that you will find everything you need on our website, but if not, don't hesitate to email or call Anne Riconosciuto, ariconosciuto@scu.edu, 554-2746, for assistance.

New Faculty Orientation

Held in September each year on Monday, one week before the first day of the fall quarter on the undergraduate calendar, New Faculty Orientation introduces new faculty to Santa Clara’s mission and key academic administrators, and provides basic information to help them get started as teaching scholars. Contact the Faculty Development Program for more information.

New Faculty Program Coordinators

Provide special support and individual consultation to new faculty colleagues.

David Feldman (Counseling Psychology)
Tonya Nilsson (Civil Engineering), and
Tim Urdan (Psychology)

How does it work here?

Need an introduction to governance and policy committees at SCU? Follow the link to our Governance website for information.

Need more information about policies and procedures pertaining to your faculty appointment, rights and responsibilities?

See the Provost's site for the Faculty Handbook and the Policies and Procedures Manual.

Other Opportunities for New Faculty

Other events include mentoring lunches throughout the year and a spring retreat and tenure information session specifically for new tenure-track faculty.  Contact Anne Riconosciuto, x2746, for more information.

Got food? How about Mother Nature?

New in town and wondering where to eat or enjoy the great outdoors? Check out the interactive Google Maps links below.  Email suggestions or updates to Anne Riconosciuto.

Lost on campus?

Try the interactive campus map.

 

Faculty Development Program

Eileen Razzari Elrod
Assoc. Vice Provost for Faculty Development
St. Joseph's Hall, #124
408-554-4136

Anne Riconosciuto
Administrative Associate
St. Joseph's Hall, #113
408-554-2746

Fax: 408-551-1873
Key Contacts

Download the Key Contacts PDF

Campus Map

Need to know where to go?

Try the interactive campus map.

 
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