PFFP Workshops:  These individual workshops cover a variety of topics and issues.

E-Learning Workshops:  PFFP participants have the opportunity to attend the Electronic Learning Workshops organized by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL).  These workshops focus on learning topics and skills that are useful in a face-to-face, online or hybrid (combined online and face-to-face) course.  Participants who attend all six e-teaching workshops and present a final project can earn an E-Learning Certificate.  All requirements do not need to be met in one semester.  The series will be offered every semester.  Registration is suggested but not required through an online registration form Participants can earn PFF equivalency credit for attending these workshops. 

Career Services Workshops:  The Career Services Center, in conjunction with the Graduate School, offers workshops hosted by representatives from Career Services.

Questions:  Contact Maggie Cinto at or call (414) 288-5957.

PFFP Workshop Schedule 2015





Future Faculty


Sponsored by the Graduate School, the PFF program provides development opportunities for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. The aim of the program is to help prepare participants for a successful career in higher education as an academic, with emphasis on developing skills to teach effectively and preparation to navigate the initial stages of an academic job search.

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