Announcements

New Faculty Orientation coming soon!

New faculty full- and part-time are welcome to attend the upcoming New Faculty Orientation in August! This year new hires from last year are welcome to join as well for any or all of the events. To learn more about the schedule and register, please CLICK HERE.

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For Graduate Students: Creating a Diversity Statement

Institutions of higher education are becoming more deliberate at targeting future faculty who can meaningfully contribute to diversity and inclusion initiatives. More often job ads are requiring separate statements, in addition to a teaching philosophy that specifically address these issues. We will work to help you navigate this topic and develop a strategy for writing […]

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Upcoming event! Inclusive Pedagogy: Privilege Matters

The College of Liberal Arts, the Department of Communication and Journalism, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, CITL, and the Department of English will be hosting an interactive workshop exploring how and why privilege is relevant to inclusive pedagogy.  To learn more and register, CLICK HERE!

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New Partner Event: Community Based Research Workshop

The Community Based Learning team of Linda Silka, Ed Laine, and Lois-Ann Kuntz is offering a 2-hour workshop on Community Based Research Wednesday January 13th from 2:00-4:00pm.  They’ll provide guidance on using community-based research approaches to teach your undergraduate students to help find solutions to community problems. Come join them for this online workshop and […]

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Faculty Support Hours

Faculty Support will now be available until 9:00 pm EST, Mondays through Thursdays. Click HERE for our Faculty Support page.

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Attend our Brightspace Feedback Forum – Friday 23rd @ 3:00 pm

  Please share your input! What do you love about Brightspace? What would you love to see done differently?  Maybe we can help.  IT, CITL, and Faculty Senate IT Committee will host this discussion to hear about what features would make the learning for your students better, and your teaching more streamlined. It also may […]

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Classroom Orientations to Tech and Pedagogy for Fall

Teaching In Person?  Be sure to learn about the details and technology in your classroom. Two options exist – our recommendation?  Do Both! 1)To learn about YOUR teaching space set up an appointment with Media Services for a walk through. Schedule 30 minutes and select your room. Book Your Appointment Here 2) To learn about […]

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