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Faculty Workshops and Events

Faculty Bag Lunch Series

Academic Affairs is pleased to announce a Bag Lunch Series for Faculty, including information and strategies for academic advancement. While a few sessions are designed for specific faculty groups and are so indicated below, most sessions are open to Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors, as well as certain Academic Federation titles. Program registration is listed on the right column.

Please contact Brad Horton at to be placed on the waitlist for a bag lunch that is full.

New Faculty Workshop

To assist new academic senate faculty in the development of a successful career at UC Davis, Academic Affairs offers a workshop for incoming faculty every fall quarter. This day-long session provides an overview and orientation in key areas of interest to incoming faculty. Topics may include the academic personnel process, dossier evaluation, shared governance, work-life balance and policies, and Faculty Code of Conduct. Whenever possible, the workshop features advice from recently-tenured faculty. The session represents a great opportunity to network with colleagues and gain valuable information about faculty development at UC Davis. A complimentary continental breakfast and catered lunch are provided.

Please note that if you are a School of Medicine new faculty in the Clinical X and Clinical Professor series, our feedback from previous attendees indicates that the information provided at the new faculty workshop on the Davis campus was not as helpful to the new faculty in these series, as was that presented at the School of Medicine new faculty workshop.

For further information, please contact Lynn White, Executive Analyst to the Vice Provost - Academic Affairs, at (530) 752-2072 or

Workshop Schedule

2023 New Faculty Workshop - Davis Campus
Tuesday, September 19, 2023, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Mondavi Center - by invitation only
Please contact Lynn White at

Past Workshop and Presentation Materials for Associate Professors and New Faculty

Please send any questions or suggestions for topics to:

Brad Horton
Program Coordinator, Faculty Relations and Development
(530) 754-1375