Career & Benefits
Johns Hopkins University is an institutional member of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD). The independent center provides professional development, training, and mentorship opportunities.
As an institutional member, graduate students, post-doctoral associates, and faculty members from all ranks can enroll in a free individual membership to get access to the center’s online resources. All faculty members at Johns Hopkins are able to sign-up for an account to access the center’s online resources, including: webinars, multi-week courses, discussion forums, accountability matches, and career center, among others.
Resources focus on increasing productivity, time management, maintaining work-life balance, resolving conflict, personal organizations, and cultivating mentors, sponsors, and collaborators
Activate Your Institutionally Sponsored Membership
- Go to the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity website
- Select the “Become a Member” tab
- Select Johns Hopkins University
“The Faculty Success Program” of the NCFDD gave me great evidence-based tools to help increase my productivity and gain additional insight into what works best for me personally. I’ve gotten so much done this summer! I also enjoyed the chance to bounce ideas off of the other members in my small group of amazing, and interesting faculty from diverse disciplines, and locations. Some of us plan to continue meeting weekly after the program has ended.”
Roni Neff, PhD
Assistant Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health
Educational Support & Training for Faculty
The mission of the Center for Educational Resources (CER) is to partner with faculty and graduate students to extend their instructional impact by connecting innovative teaching strategies and instructional technologies. The Center’s mission aligns with the evolving role of the Sheridan Libraries as they advance from print-based repositories to electronic collaboratories that enable application of digital collections and networked services to new approaches in instructional and scholarly communication. The CER is located in the Garrett Room of the Milton S. Eisenhower Library on the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University.