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APT to Lead is cohort-based professional development program for Academic Professional Track (APT) faculty members in or pursuing academic leadership positions.

Faculty Development Leave provides full-time tenured faculty unique opportunities to expand their scholarship and professional development.

Faculty Affairs hosts monthly sessions focused on informational and development opportunities for faculty.

Faculty considering retirement have multiple resources available to them as they preparing for their career transition, and Faculty Affairs encourages their continued engagement with Texas A&M post-retirement.

Generating Professional Success (GPS) workshop is designed to help faculty review expectations and learn about successful strategies for promotion on the academic professional track.

The "Got Tenure! Now What?" workshop helps recently tenured faculty begin their journey to full professor by identifying successful strategies.

Mentorship programs are available to Texas A&M faculty to support their professional development and their contribution to creating and sustaining our nurturing working and learning environments.

The Mid-Career Accelerator is a learning community for mid-career faculty to focus on building and maintaining professional success strategies at least three years post-tenure.

New Academic Leader Orientation provides new leaders of Texas A&M faculty the tools and resources to create and develop the optimal working and learning environments.

New Faculty Orientation provides new Texas A&M faculty members the tools and resources to initiate successful careers in Aggieland.

This workshop helps early career tenure-track faculty review expectations and successful strategies for receiving tenure. This program occurs annually along with the "GPS" and "Got Tenure! Now What?" workshops.