Adjunct Professional Growth Program (APG)

​​​​​Eve​ry Semester DMACC’s Teaching and Learning Center offers unique training fo​r DMACC’s adjunct faculty.

  • Adjunct faculty members have to be approved by their provosts to participate in the program.
  • There are five mandatory meetings during the semester on the topics of teaching and learning facilitated by Dr. Anna Conway and other DMACC faculty.
  • Each adjunct needs to attend 2 events of their choice hosted by the T&L Center during the semester and establish a mentoring relationship with a DMACC full-time faculty member.
  • Each adjunct is asked to record 15 min of their teaching via Kaltura on Blackboard
  • Upon successful completion each participant receives a certificate and a $300 stipend.

APG program was launched by Dr. Anna Conway in 2016, since then hundreds of DMACC adjuncts have benefited from this program.

Adjunct Professional Growth-2 Program

The APG-2 program is developed for those adjunct faculty members who have completed the APG (1) in the past. The goals of APG-2 is to focus on such topics as: Obtaining a full-time teaching employment in higher education, presenting your best practices at a regional conference, best teaching practices in online and traditional classrooms.

This program is only offered once a year during the spring semester at DMACC. The program requires that participants attend the scheduled meetings and participate in a 1-day Summer Institute that takes place in July.

Per successful completion, participants receive a $300 stipend.

This is a DMACC district-wide program. Locations will be announced after registration is closed, and seats are limited.