Programs for Faculty

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Course Design Studio


Faculty will be able to design a course integrating backward design by writing measurable outcomes, identifying evidence using an analytic rubric, and implementing active teaching and relevant technology (Three-8 hour days).

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Teaching Workshops


Active Learning, Cooperative, Collaborative Learning, Effective Syllabus, Learning Theories, 21st Century Skills: Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, Classroom Dynamics & Facilitating Productive Discussions, Assessing, Measuring & Evaluating Your Teaching, Inquiry/Project-Base...

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Inclusive Teaching

Summer 2018

Provides inclusive teaching practices and prepares them to promote diversity and equity through their interpersonal interactions, research, and pedagogy. Faculty will be better equipped to write compelling diversity statements and teaching philosophies.

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Studio


Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) session to assist faculty in researching their teaching.


New Faculty Orientation

September 2018

Newly hired faculty orientation shares information on Learning Theories, SoTL, Faculty and Student Panels, Integrating Relevant Technology and Course Design with Syllabus Guide (6 hours).

Celebrating Teaching

Spring 2018

Celebrate Teaching highlights exemplary faculty instruction across campus. It is an opportunity to showcase interactive teaching approaches in an afternoon of energetic communal learning through concurrent quick chats.

Apps & Appetizers: Tools for Teaching and Research Communication

Winter 2018
Through this event, educators will share ways which they visualize their research and help students connect concepts. Explore designing infographics, video presentations, blogs, and tools for formative assessment. 

Additional Support

Teaching Conversation


Informal, scheduled chats on teaching in higher ed.



Confidential one-on-one.


Classroom Observation


Requested classroom observations provide faculty with measurement tools to self-evaluate their level of effective teaching. The method integrates the Assessment (Observation); Measurement (rubric); and Evaluation.

Faculty Fellowship Program


Offering office hours to share research-­‐based practices on teaching and learning, grant writing or research; Developing studios and/or workshops related to teaching, learning, assessment, and/or the scholarship of teaching and learning; Co-­‐leading a Faculty Development or Assessment Think Tank, etc.

Higher Ed. Certification Program


Research-based Effective Teaching in Higher Education; SoTL; ARM Ed Tech; and Advanced Instructional Practices.