Preparing Future Faculty and Professionals (PFFP), sponsored by the Graduate School, provides professional development opportunities for graduate students. Graduate students are welcome to participate in all PFFP activities as part of their preparation for pursuits in academia, as well as other careers. The Graduate School works in collaboration with the Center for Teaching and Learning, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, the Writing Center, the Career Services Center, the 707 Hub, the Kohler Center, the Office of Community Engagement, GROW and Campus Ministry to offer wide-ranging opportunities for professional development.
PFFP participants prepare individual development and mentor plans and engage in activities organized around seven concentrations: teaching, scholarship, leadership, career development, professional development, intra- and entrepreneurship, and service and mission.
The programs collaborating with PFFP provide students opportunities to complete PFFP requirements, including workshops.
Successful completion of the requirements for the PFFP Program is recognized with a notation on the graduate student's official university transcript. For more information call (414) 288-5957, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website.