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On behalf of the Marshall University family, we welcome you and wish you every success in your career at our institution. Because we are truly interested in helping you reach your greatest potential as teacher and scholar, we offer several programs tailor-made for faculty new to Marshall and/or new to the profession.

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New Faculty Orientation
The Center for Teaching and Learning, along with the Office of Academic Affairs, offers New Faculty Orientation sessions for both full-time and part-time faculty. This orientation session is offered prior to both the Spring and Fall semesters to assist new faculty prepare for their upcoming term. These sessions focus on crucial need-to-know policies and procedures, teaching tools and course planning, and other faculty resources.

Getting Started at MU
We have designed this page as something of a one-stop shop to help you get settled in the community and on campus. If you need to set up your computer account, make an appointment with Human Resources, request a parking permit, or find an apartment, this page will help you find the answers you need.

Research Boot Camp for New Faculty
Offered every spring term to full-time faculty in their first or second years at Marshall, Research Boot Camp is designed to provide an opportunity for focused, supervised writing time so that you may make significant progress toward the completion of articles, book chapters, grant applications, and other publishable research projects. You are a good candidate for RBC if you have data collected for your article, book, or study, and now need time, space, or more productive writing strategies to complete your writing.

Pre-Tenure Consultation
This confidential consultation service provides formative feedback to probationary faculty who are preparing tenure portfolios or who wish to be proactive in addressing issues that have been identified in annual reports or pre-tenure review.