Inclusive Pathways for Advancement in the Academy
Inclusive Pathways for Advancement in the Academy (IPAA) is a faculty development, onboarding, and retention initiative that invites Dartmouth's newest scholars into a space that allows them to deepen their sense of community as they explore and enrich their identities as teachers and scholars.
IPAA has worked with new faculty members (defined as people who have joined Dartmouth in the last three years) since 2018 and we're delighted to offer an adapted, hybrid program in winter 2021.
Interested in joining? Please submit our brief application by Friday, December 11th. We are looking to create a diverse cohort, and priority will be given to those who apply early. We will confirm you have a spot by December 18th. If you have questions or would like more information about the program, please contact Charlotte Bacon.
The program will convene via Zoom for six sessions. Over the course of these six sessions, IPAA participants will:
- Explore the intersections of identity, community, teaching, and scholarship
- Engage in community with peers and institutional leaders
- Develop a research timeline and grant map
- Identify relevant internal and external funding sources
- Articulate their teaching philosophies and beliefs
- Establish a plan to integrate evidence-based practices into their teaching
- Connect with Dartmouth resources and services available to support them
2021 Program Dates
(via Zoom from 2:50-4:40 PM)
Session 1: Jan. 12
Session 2: Jan. 19
Session 3: Jan. 26
Session 4: Feb. 2
Session 5: Feb. 9
Session 6: Feb. 16
Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity (IDE); Campus Climate and Culture Initiative (C3I); GrantGPS; Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning (DCAL); and Information, Technology, & Consulting (ITC)