For Faculty

Photo: Jewish Studies Professor Eran Kaplan

Dedicated to teaching, discovery and creativity, our faculty also play significant roles in making San Francisco State a better place to learn and engage. Taking charge of the intellectual well-being of students, they practice what they teach, advise and learn daily from their students. We welcome you to your home in Liberal & Creative Arts, the College of Ideas.

Academic Governance and Service

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

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Curricular Resources

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

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College Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE)

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

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Center for Teaching and Faculty Development

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

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Instructional and Technical Support

Technical support and training resources.

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Travel Resources

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

Plagiarism Resources

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.

Read about the College of Liberal & Creative Arts Practices Regarding Plagiarism or Other Forms of Cheating

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Report of Plagiarism/Cheating, College of Liberal & Creative Arts [PDF or Word]

Institute for Civic and Community Engagement (ICCE)

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.

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