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National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD)

Introduction to NCFDD

As a part of the University’s continued mission towards achieving Inclusive Excellence, the Office of Inclusive Excellence is pleased to announce that Georgia Southern University has joined the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD) as an Institutional Member.

The NCFDD is a nationally recognized, independent organization that provides online career development and mentoring resources for faculty, staff, post-docs, and graduate students. They provide a variety of virtual programs and resources including:

• Weekly Monday Motivator

• Monthly Core Curriculum Webinars

• Monthly Guest Expert Webinars

• Access to Multi-Week Courses

• Access to Dissertation Success Curriculum for graduate students

• Private Discussion Forum for peer-mentoring, problem-solving, & moderated writing challenges

• Monthly accountability buddy matches

• Access to 14-Day Writing Challenges

• Access to a Faculty Podcast that highlights faculty experiences and presents career advice

• Access to the Member Library that includes past webinar materials, referrals, and readings

To claim your free Institutional Membership, complete the following steps:

1) Go to

2) Choose your institution from the drop-down menu.

3) Select “Activate my Membership”

4) Complete the registration form using your institutional email address (i.e.

5) Go to your institution email to find a confirmation/welcome email. Click “Activate Account” in

the email.

If you have any questions about the membership, please contact:

Dominique A. Quarles, Ph.D,
Associate Vice President of Inclusive Excellence & Chief Diversity Officer

If you have any technical questions, please email NCFDD at

Additional NCFDD Resources and Information

  • About NCFDD
    • Membership Overview The NCFDD has members from almost every discipline and represents a broad range of colleges and universities. We offer the following programming and resources to assist faculty, postdocs, and graduate students in making successful transitions throughout their careers. – NCFDD

Last updated: 8/17/2022