Faculty Resources

Faculty Affairs

Faculty Affairs in the Office of the Provost provides comprehensive oversight, support and resources on all matters relating to faculty affairs including faculty recruitment and hiring, new faculty support, faculty retention, faculty career decisions and human resources.

Norah Vollmer, Manager, Faculty Affairs working closely with Greg Skazyk, Systems Functional Analyst and Project Officer, focus on advancing the overall strategic goals of Carleton University through the recruitment, retention, and ongoing support of excellent faculty, instructors, and librarians.

We are responsible for enhancing the University’s faculty recruitment efforts by providing advice about developing and maintaining a proactive, coordinated and supportive institutional approach to recruitment, transition and retention of academics at Carleton University. We provide advice on hiring policies and procedures and offer a synchronized strategy to support incoming and current academics. We invite you to review the information in these pages and contact us if you have any questions. More information for academic administrators can be found in the faculty affairs toolkit on CULearn.

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Teaching and Learning Services

The Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) is responsible for supporting Carleton University’s faculty, instructors, and librarians – providing effective tools to engage with students; to foster excellence in academics and teaching; and to provide leadership. This is accomplished through the Office of The Associate Vice-President (Teaching and Learning). Dr. Joy Mighty, the Associate Vice-President (Teaching and Learning) oversees three main units that provide teaching and learning services:

The Educational Development Centre is dedicated to the support of teaching excellence at Carleton University.

Carleton University Online (CUOL) provides alternative and flexible access to many Carleton credit courses.

Instructional Media Services (IMS) assists with classroom technology support needs, whether audio/visual and multimedia equipment for classroom instruction, special events or conferences.