Announcements

Complimentary Access to National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity

As part of the university’s commitment to improving the campus climate, an institutional membership with the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD) is now available to all faculty, postdoctoral workers and graduate students at no cost. The NCFDD is an independent professional development, training and mentoring community of scholars and students from more than 450 colleges and universities. Its resources are intended to benefit faculty and students of color, as well as all who are in need of general mentoring and looking for support during their career transitions. To activate your membership, visit the NCFDD website. For more information, visit Diversity Matters

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Upcoming Events

December
14
Friday, December 14, 2018 -
10:00AM to 11:30AM
Contemplative Pedagogy Working Group Meeting

Come join the Contemplative Pedagogy Working Group for our final meeting of the semester. The meeting will include sharing strategies and reflecting on our fall teaching. For more information about contemplative pedagogy, please visit our CP page.

 

January
16
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 -
12:00PM to 2:00PM
Spring New Faculty Orientation

This "just-in-time" orientation is open to all new full-time faculty beginning their appointments in January 2019.

February
01
Friday, February 01, 2019 -
9:00AM to 10:30AM
Map Your Mentor Network

Traditional ideas about mentoring—often pairing a senior faculty member with an early-career faculty member—has the potential to result in unfulfilling professional development. Join us to discuss the mutual mentoring framework and how identifying a network of mentors can help you thrive as a new faculty member. 

February
05
Tuesday, February 05, 2019 -
10:00AM to 11:00AM
Mutual Mentoring Information Session 1

Mutual Mentoring Information Sessions will cover the components of TEFD's Mutual Mentoring Team Grant and Micro Grants. All interested applicants are required to attend one information session in order to be considered for a grant.

Faculty Profile

Megan Lewis on Collaborative Learning
Assistant Professor | Theater

“To understand what I think about collaborative learning, you have to understand what I think about theater.”

Dr. Megan Lewis shares her experiences with team-based learning in the first of 22 interviews that TEFD conducted over the last several months with faculty engaged in collaborative and critical teaching practices. Each faculty interview will yield a long-form video on a theme—in this case collaborative learning—and a few shorter, more in-depth videos on specific topics of common interest. Videos will be published throughout the summer on TEFD's Faculty Voices page. Thanks to Dr. Lewis and the other extraordinary faculty who have shared their expertise.