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Adjunct Faculty Corner

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Welcome to the Adjunct Faculty Corner! We have put together a few resources and links for you to get started here at Pace University.

To take full advantage of the resources below you need to have an active Pace account. If you have NOT activated your account please follow these two simple steps.

  • Your username for most Pace University systems can be found here, If you can not find your account please contact your Dean's Office or Chairperson.
  • Once you know your username you can activate your account here.

Adjunct Faculty Webinars - FALL 2016

You can click on the links below to access the webinar during the scheduled date and time. 

The following webinars will review key resources that are available to adjuncts here at Pace.  Representatives from the Faculty Center, the Library, Information Technology Services and Human Resources will be on hand to present and answer questions during the webinar.  

The following webinar will highlight tips to increase student engagement when teaching.   We will discuss strategies, digital tools, and learning activities that can be done in the classroom and online to promote students' participation and interest.

The Faculty Center

Human Resources

  • HR Home - Forms, Contact, FAQs and more can be found here.
  • Banner training - Need some training on how to use Banner, look here.
  • Adjunct FAQs - A list of important questions that you may have.
  • Sexual Harassment Training - All new staff and faculty are required to complete an on-line Sexual Harassment training module within the first 30 days of hire. You will be receiving an email within the first 2 weeks of hire from Workplace Answers with a link to this training program. You are required to complete the training within the first 30 days of employment. Upon a successful score of 85 or above, print out your certificate to retain with your personal records.
  • UAFP Faculty
  • UAFP Website

Technical Services

Additional Resources