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Faculty & Staff: Resources

Represented through its Academic Senates, faculty participate in the shared governance of their campus and the CSU system.

More information about Academic Governance and Service

Practices, policies, and procedures for course proposals, new baccalaureate requirements, syllabus policies, grade appeals, plagiarism and withdrawal.

More information about Curricular Resources

The LCA professional development program is committed to providing the opportunities and space for all faculty and staff to thrive as scholars/artists, teachers, professionals and colleagues at all stages of their careers and in alignment with the core values of the college and institution.

Learn more about LCA Professional Development

The College Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) supports and promotes undergraduate research in all disciplines across LCA.

Learn more about CURE

The Center offers developmental opportunities and up-to-date pedagogical practices and guides for every SF State faculty member.

More information about the Center for Equity and Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CEETL)

Technical support and training resources.

More information about Instructional and Technical Support

More information about the College of Liberal and Creative Arts Travel Policy and Procedures

A grade of F may be assigned to a plagiarized assignment and the plagiarizing incident should be reported using the College’s reporting form. There are several strategies for preventing and responding to plagiarism.

ICCE provides opportunities for SF State faculty and students to become aware of and address issues of social justice through service-learning and civic engagement. We can provide information and support regarding engaged scholarship, community service learning courses, general resources around civic and community engagement, and we distribute mini-grants.

More information on ICCE Faculty Resources

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