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Center for Faculty Development


The Center for Faculty Development hosts and offers workshops in teaching and research development and workshops to support the full spectrum of duties of faculty members.

September 2019

Participants will learn strategies on how to identify which students would be potential candidates for nationally competitive fellowships and programs. They will also learn how and why participating in the high-impact, co-curricular competitive application processes can help scholars seek new heights in the classroom and beyond. Examples of these experiences include, research scholarships, study abroad funding, enriching internship opportunities, engagement in public policy and social reform, and graduate fellowships. 

The workshop will be held in the Center for Faculty Development, IC 319, from 1:15 - 2:30 pm.

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Faculty members balance many responsibilities both within the university and their professional networks. How do you approach time management when the to-do list gets longer, research time gets interrupted, and students need mentoring? This workshop will feature “hacks” and resources to approach time management including bubble maps, bullet journaling, and short and long term planning tips. 

Presenters: Amy Arrington (public health), Dr. Michael King (organizational and student learning) 

Register and join us in the Faculty Development Center, IC 319, from 3:00 - 4:15 pm for this workshop.

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The spring 2019 Innovative Teaching Mini-grant recipients will present the projects, materials, and teaching strategies that the mini-grants supported. This session will help faculty to reimagine classroom strategies and consider ideas to invigorate the classroom.  

The Innovative Teaching Mini-grants are awarded each semester. The due date for proposals is typically the end of the second week of classes. Click here for more information on how to apply for a mini-grant.

Register below and join us on Monday, September 23, 2019 from 11:30 am - 12:45 pm in the Center for Faculty Development, International Center 319. Feel free to bring your lunch.

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Online education doesn’t necessarily mean that all learning occurs online. Join us for lunch and learn about methods and strategies for engaging online students in experiential learning activities outside of the Canvas classroom. Associate professor of Library and Information Science Catharine Bomhold will share ideas and lessons learned from engaging online students from all over the US in community service work as part of her Multicultural Populations online course.

The workshop and lunch will be held in the Center for Faculty Development, IC 319, from 12:00 - 1:30 pm.

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