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The Office of the Dean of Faculty
The dean of faculty’s office is responsible for supporting and overseeing the academic mission of the College.
The office works closely with faculty and staff to:
- manage and direct the academic budget and College resources in support of the intellectual and educational mission
- establish and promote diversity and inclusion in the College’s hiring practices
- develop and strengthen the curriculum and the broad range of pedagogies on campus
- promote intellectual engagement, scholarly development, and cross-campus collaboration.
The dean of faculty oversees the College’s 35 academic departments and programs, as well as the McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives; the Miller Worley Center for the Environment; the Weissman Center for Leadership; the Career Development Center; The Lynk and Nexus; pre-health programs; the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum; the Office of the Registrar; the Office of Sponsored Research; Library, Information, and Technology Services; the Office of Student Success and Advising; and the Teaching and Learning Initiative.
Meet the staff in the Office of the Dean of Faculty.
Mount Holyoke's faculty members are innovative teachers dedicated to their students, and also active scholars, research scientists, and creative artists passionate about their disciplines.
Learn about faculty benefits, meetings, legislation, mentoring, research support and tenure.
Interested in joining our team of amazing faculty? Learn more about the types of positions we offer, and see the list of open positions.
Faculty remain an important part of Mount Holyoke’s intellectual community and enjoy privileges and benefits that continue after retirement.
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