- Academic Calendar - consult the Academic Calendar for important semester dates, holidays, and schedules.
- Brightspace - NYU Brightspace is an online learning management system that all faculty should use in their courses, whether they meet in person or online.
- Center for the Advancement of Teaching - The Center for Faculty Advancement (CFA) is devoted to faculty support and development — from recruitment to career advancement — throughout the faculty life cycle. Our goal is to foster both individual scholars and the academic community at large by enhancing research and teaching excellence within NYU, and promoting public engagement with the world outside of NYU. Additional resources for faculty advancement may be found here.
- Copyright and Other Information
- Course Feedback - a.k.a. course evaluations. GPH administers both midterm and final course evaluations each term for all full-semester courses. Shorter courses only receive a final evaluation.
- Final Exam Schedules - final exam information for your class(es) will appear in Albert several weeks after the start of the semester.
- Grading Guidelines
- How to Pull Grades from 'NYU Brightspace'
- Incomplete Grade Request Form - Incomplete grades should only be given in special cases such a medical emergency or family crisis.
- Moses Center for Students with Disabilities
- Policy on Religious Holidays
- Textbook Orders
- Turnitin - Turnitin is a plagiarism prevention and detection tool, an additional feature added to NYU Brightspace and licensed by NYU for use by all faculty. Turnitin compares student document submissions to several sources: previous student submissions, the Internet, and several databases containing periodicals, journals, and other publications.
Below are resources to assist you putting your course syllabus together.
Deadlines for New Course Proposals: Course proposals are due 3 weeks before each Academic Affairs Committee meeting as outlined below. For example, if you would like your proposal to be reviewed at the October 25th meeting, the documents should be submitted no later than October 4th.
The required forms - course proposal form, the draft syllabus, as well as the GPH Guide to Syllabus Preparation & Checklist - should be completed and signed, where necessary, and sent to Lisa Kroin, Director, Registration & Academic services at firstname.lastname@example.org. They may be found below. The proposer's Chair/Program Director should be copied on the email as well. Please note that AAC will make every effort to review your course proposal at the meeting you submitted it for; however, it depends on what other items are on that meeting's agenda.
For Spring 2024, the deadlines and meetings are as follows:
Deadline to submit course proposal
|Wednesday, February 7th
Wednesday, January 24th
|Wednesday, March 6th
Wednesday, February 14th
|Wednesday, April 10th
Wednesday, March 20th
|Wednesday, May 1st
Wednesday, April 10th
Documents needed for submitting course proposals.
- GPH New Course Proposal Instructions
- GPH New Course Proposal Form
- GPH Syllabus Template
- GPH Guide to Syllabus Preparation & Checklist
Additional recommended resources:
- Assessing Group Work
- Assessment Rubric Guide
- Awarding of Credit Policy
- ASPPH Learning Taxonomy
- CEPH Foundational Competencies
- Grading Methods for Group Work
- GPH Guide to Course Design
- GPH Program Proposal Form - to be used when proposing new concentrations, certificates, and programs.
- MPH Instructor Guidelines for Encountering Student Issues in a Course
- Preparing a Syllabus
- Sample Syllabus #1
- Sample Syllabus #2
- Statement of Academic Integrity - included at the bottom of the GPH syllabus template