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Office of Faculty Affairs

WHAT WE DO: Support faculty and faculty leadership in the development of an exceptional learning community at the University of Kansas

HOW WE DO IT: Centering the values of care, community, and equity, the Office of Faculty Affairs leads initiatives and provides guidance in the areas of faculty advancement and recognition, faculty relations and policy, and faculty development and growth

Our Framework:

The Office of Faculty Affairs is guided by a framework of Care, Community and Equity in all of our services and programming.
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faculty named Fulbright Scholars from 2021-2022
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current Distinguished Professors from over 30 disciplines

KU Faculty Development Academies

May 13-17, 2024
Take some time to elevate your own learning after the semester ends!

Upcoming Faculty Events

Faculty Affairs Highlights and Updates

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LAWRENCE — In her inaugural Distinguished Professor Lecture at the University of Kansas, acclaimed lawyer, advocate and scholar Sarah Deer will amplify sexual violence survivors' voices and the relation to tribal statutes.

Kathleen Lynne Lane Roberts Distinguished Professor of Special Education, will present “Wouldn’t It Be Great If … Systematic Screening in Comprehensive, Integrated, Three-tiered (Ci3T) Models of Prevention” at her inaugural distinguished professor lecture at 5:30 p.m. April 3 in the Malott Room of the Kansas Union.

LAWRENCE — A top scholar in special education, Kathleen Lynne Lane has co-written 14 books and published 242 journal articles and 56 book chapters on how to prevent and respond to learning, behavioral, and social and emotional well-being challenges. Much of the University of Kansas researcher’s work focuses on systematic screening within school-based tiered systems.

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