Monday, 02 Mar 2020
"Improving your Interviewing Skills." Learn valuable tips on how to create different application materials for your job packet. You'll be ready for the job market in no time. Seating is limited; register in advance.
How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines.
Wednesday, 04 Mar 2020
Associate provosts Dawn Bratsch-Prince and Ann Marie VanDerZanden and VP for research Sarah Nusser will lead this presentation for tenure-eligible faculty. Mentors and department chairs are encouraged to attend in support of their mentees and new colleagues.
Find out what hasn't changed and what's new, including introducing some new tools that have been created to help make purchases and purchasing decisions. We will address commonly asked questions and leave plenty of open Q&A time with our cyBUY, P-Card and T&H Card experts and procurement agents.
"Writing the Research Statement." Learn valuable tips on how to create different application materials for your job packet. You'll be ready for the job market in no time. Seating is limited; register in advance.
Thursday, 05 Mar 2020
Many studies show regular meditation practice may be helpful for high blood pressure, psychological health, pain management and mitigating the effect of stress and sleep disorders. Join Karen Bovenmyer, (Future Faculty Development Program Coordinator, CELT) in a guided meditation experience suitable for use in your everyday life, in your classrooms/professional development sessions, and in your friend and family life.
"Part 2: Lit Review Without Tears: Tangible Strategies for Writing a Pain-Free Literature Review." A workshop for grad students to discuss purposes of the lit review, overview qualities of a successful lit review, and provide easy-to-apply techniques to help craft an effective argument in lit reviews with as little stress as possible.
Friday, 06 Mar 2020
This workshop will bring together a cross-disciplinary group of instructors across the College of Design to discuss best-practices and critical challenges that we face in developing and delivering these courses. The workshop will include information about service-learning efforts across campus, will suggest ways to cultivate community partnerships, and will provide suggestions for developing and delivering content.