Faculty Exchange Program
from SUNY Potsdam, SUNY Canton, Clarkson University and St.
Lawrence University are invited to participate in the Associated
Colleges' Faculty Exchange Program.
Colleges is offering a new opportunity for faculty
exchange among its
members. The Faculty Exchange Program affords a number of
advantages to those who avail themselves of it including offering
additional sections in specialty areas, getting to know colleagues
at another campus and enjoying the experience of teaching
at a different institution. From an institutional perspective,
faculty exchange enables departments to enrich curricular
options by drawing on expertise at the other campuses as well
as to address temporary staffing needs.
frequently the exchange will involve teaching one course at
the host campus, although teaching multiple courses through
the exchange may be possible. Courses taught through the Faculty
Exchange Program are generally considered part of a faculty
member's regular academic load unless other arrangements are
made at the home institution. Faculty involved in the Faculty
Exchange Program will receive a $500 honorarium from the home
you are interested in faculty exchange, contact your department
chairperson or your chief academic officer. All faculty exchanges
are initiated by the borrowing department and must be approved
by the chief academic officers of the borrowing and lending
institutions. Individual faculty members are encouraged to
contact colleagues or department chairs at other colleges
to explore possibilities.
should be arranged well in advance so that courses may be
listed in preregistration course schedules to ensure healthy
deadline for requests to participate in the Fall Faculty Exchange
Program is February 15. The deadline for requests for the
Spring Faculty Exchange Program is August 15.