The Committee on Teaching and Scholarship is soliciting proposals from faculty and staff to host workshops, roundtables, and presentations during Faculty Development Day, to be held on Tuesday, May 6, according to Lauretta Frederking, committee chair. The theme of Faculty Development Day will be “From PHL 220 to Graduation: Infusing Ethics throughout the Curriculum.” The committee will host Jim Baillie as keynote speaker and many breakout sessions will reinforce what is taught in PHL 220 in classes across all disciplines. Proposals related in some way to the theme of ethics, but also the promotion of teaching or professional development are encouraged. Please contact Frederking at 8076 or firstname.lastname@example.org with proposals, questions, or requests for additional information. Committee members include Eric Anctil, Genevieve Brassard, Lauretta Frederking, Aziz Inan, Angela Hoffman, Kathleen McManus, Laurie McLary, Mark Meckler, Stephanie Salomone.
The Social Justice Program invites all faculty and staff to “Perspectives on Social Justice and Leadership: Transforming Theory to Practice,” a presentation offered by Joe Gallegos, UP professor emeritus and now Oregon state representative. His presentation on transforming theory to practice will take place on Thursday, March 6, 4 to 5:30 p.m., in Buckley Center room 163. For more information contact Lauretta Frederking at email@example.com.
The Committee on Teaching and Scholarship cordially invites all regular faculty to submit proposals to receive funding from the Arthur Butine Faculty Development Fund. Faculty can download Butine application materials, review selection criteria, and consult the timeline for applications by visiting here. Applications are due to the chair of the Committee on Teaching and Scholarship (Lauretta Frederking, political science, firstname.lastname@example.org), and the applicants’ respective department chairs (if CAS) and deans no later than noon on Friday, October 4. Please note that applicants must discuss proposals with their respective deans prior to submitting applications for consideration.
A final reminder: All interim or completed project reports of previously funded proposals are due to the chair of Teaching and Scholarship no later than Friday, September 27. Report forms can be downloaded from the website listed above.
Please contact Frederking at email@example.com for further information.
The Ad Hoc President’s Advisory Committee on Inclusion is hosting community listening sessions at the following times and locations:
- Tuesday, April 2: Staff Listening Session with Stacey Watanabe and Br. Thomas Giumenta, C.S.C., noon to 1 p.m., Buckley 015
- Wednesday, April 3: Faculty Listening Session with Gary Malecha and Elayne Shapiro, noon to 1 p.m., Franz 107
- Wednesday, April 3: Student Listening Session with Austin Veiga and Lauretta Frederking, 7-8 p.m., Buckley 310
- Thursday, April 4: Student Listening Session with Kirsten Rivera and Bob Duff, 5-6 p.m., Buckley Auditorium.
Any community members who cannot attend listening sessions may submit anonymous comments and suggestions using the form found at http://tinyurl.com/d7596dz. For ADA questions regarding accessibility of listening sessions or the anonymous survey contact Paul Myers, health center, at 7134 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Committee on Teaching and Scholarship is soliciting proposals from faculty and staff to host workshops, roundtables, and presentations during Faculty Development Day, to be held on Tuesday, May 7, according to Aziz Inan, committee chair. Proposals related in some way to the promotion of teaching, scholarship, or professional development are encouraged. Please contact Inan at 7429 or email@example.com or any other member of the committee with proposals, questions, or requests for additional information. Commitee members include Ray Bard, Susan Hinken, Shannon Mayer, Mark Meckler, Eric Anctil, Lauretta Frederking, Elayne Shapiro (for Renee Heath 2012-13), and Chris Hallstrom (for Stephanie Salomone spring 2013).