The College of Arts & Sciences invites faculty to two upcoming grant workshops. These workshops are open to all university faculty and provide an opportunity to interact with experts across campus and network with colleagues with similar research interests. In preparation for the upcoming workshops, faculty can view the slides […]Read more ›
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The college will again be offering a promotion dossier workshop series for Arts & Sciences faculty at the end of spring semester. I’m sending this out now as an early announcement for the workshop dates; will send a follow-up note about the series after spring semester begins. A&S Promotion Dossier […]Read more ›
A faculty professional development workshop on “Increasing Your Grants Intelligence” is Monday, Nov. 14, from noon to 2 p.m. at Baker Center. Registration for the workshop is limited to 50 people, but the presentation can be viewed online. View the PowerPoint for “Increasing Your Grants Intelligence.” Watch live or later […]Read more ›
The first College of Arts & Sciences faculty workshop on “Increasing Your Grants Intelligence” is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 14, from noon to 2 p.m. in Baker Center 240/242. Registration for the workshop is limited to 50 people. Lunch will be provided Register online.Read more ›
The College of Arts & Sciences invites applications for Faculty Learning Communities for the 2015-16 academic year. Faculty Learning Communities are interdisciplinary faculty groups engaged in an active, collaborative, semester- or year-long initiative. Proposals for the Faculty Learning Communities to be sponsored in 2015-16 should focus on a topic within: […]Read more ›
Faculty, instructional staff and Teaching Assistants are invited to “Daring to Collaborate: Faculty Teaching & Learning Showcase” on Tuesday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Faculty Commons in Alden Library. The showcase, sponsored by the College of Arts & Sciences, focuses on collaborative opportunities in teaching […]Read more ›
Mapping New Worlds Of Interdisciplinary Enquiry is a new faculty learning community. Mapping New Worlds of Interdisciplinary Enquiry seeks to facilitate the development of emergent interdisciplinary areas of study through the definition of their boundaries, the articulation of the questions they seek to answer and the controversies they embrace, along […]Read more ›