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Workshop Sessions

Faculty Development provides various workshops throughout the year to augment faculty teaching. Below is a list of sessions by academic year with any available resources.


 

2011-2012 Academic Year

DateTopic and Speaker(s)Available Resources
Feb 3, 2012 Let's Talk Teaching: Who Are Our First Year Students?
Stephen Lucas (Secondary Education), Diane Timm (Counseling & Student Development), Melissa Ames (English) and Moetiz Samad (College Student Affairs)
Footage of Session
PowerPoint (1), (2), (3) and (4)
Jan 31, 2012 No Excuses for An Ugly Website
Roxane Gay, English
 

 

2009-2010 Academic Year

DateTopic and Speaker(s)Available Resources
March 2010 The Thesis and the Graduate Student
Krishna Thomas, Faculty Development
 
March 2010 The Thesis and the Graduate Student
Krishna Thomas, Faculty Development
 
Feb. 2010 Scholarly Databases
Karen Whisler, Booth Library; Dagni Bredesen, English; Charles Foy, History; Debra Reid, History
 
Feb. 2010 Engaging Students Through Integrated Teaching and Learning
Jon Oliver, Kinesiology and Sports Studies; Angela Anthony, Communication Disorders and Sciences; Jonathon Kirk, Music; Mildred Pearson, Faculty Development
 
Feb. 2010 Student Voices: Undgraduate Reserach and Creative Activity
Gerald Slattery, Family and Consumer Sciences; Stephanie Pescitelli, Biological Sciences; Bill Wolf, Physics and Mathematics; Jim Huetson, Recreation Administration; Heather Roy, Communication Studies; Angela Schaefer, Family and Consumer Sciences
 
Feb. 2010 Diversity in America and Its Impact on Education
David Butts, Communication Studies; Juanita Cross, Minority Affairs; Norman Greer, Communication Studies; Julie Hough, Disability Services; Jinhee Lee, History; Mildred Pearson, Faculty Development
 
Jan. 2010 Lilly Conference Recipients
Tesa Leonce, Economics; Kiran Padmaraju, Early Childhood, Elementary and Middle Level Education
 
Oct. 2009 Cardio Respiratory Fitness: The Foundations of Physical Fitness
Mark Kattenbraker, Kenesiology and Sports Studies
 
Oct. 2009 Teaching Professor Panel
Jon Oliver, Kinesiology and Sports Studies; Kathryn Bulver, Foreign Languages; Rigoberto Chinchilla, School of Technology
 
Oct. 2009 Mentoring Undergraduate Research
Bonnie Irwin, Honors College; Andrew Methven, Biological Sciences; Robin Murray, English; Lisa Taylor, School of Family and Consumer Sciences; Kraig Wheeler, Chemistry
 
Sept. 2009 Thinking Critically and Writing Well: Shaping Assignments to Impact Learning
Tim N. Taylor, English
 
Sept. 2009 Maximizing the Potential of Millennial Learning
Melinda Mueller, Political Sciences
 

2008-2009 Academic Year

DateTopic and Speaker(s)Available Resources
March 2009 Dealing With Distressed Students
Counseling Center
 
March 2009 Using Questionable Techniques to Impact Learning
Judy Barbour, EC/ELE/MLE
 
March 2009 Scholarly Databases
Karen Whisler, Booth Library
 
Feb. 2009 Academic Challenges: Teaching Proficient Students
-Bonnie Irwin, Honors College
 
Feb. 2009 Diversity in America and Its Impact on Education
Mildred Pearson, Faculty Development; Norman Greer, Communication Studies; David Butts, Communication Studies; Michael Loudon, English; David Radavich, English; Gopal Periyannan, Chemistry; Jeanne Ludlow, English; Krishna Thomas, Faculty Development
 
Jan. 2009 Safety in the Classroom
Dan Nadler, VP for Student Affairs
 
Dec. 2008 Healthful Eating for Active Living
Karla Kennedy-Hagan, Family and Consumer Sciences
 
Nov. 2008 Non-Traditional Students: Different Needs, Different Expectations
Kiran Padmaraju, EC/ELE/MLE
 
Oct. 2008 The Thesis and The Graduate Student
Charles Eberly, Counseling and Student Development; Greg Aydt, Academic Advising; Jocelyn Tipton, Booth Library; Krishna Thomas, Faculty Development
 
Oct. 2008 Mentoring Undergraduate Research
Bonnie Irwin, Honors College
 
Sept. 2008 Safeguarding Private Information
Various
 
Sept. 2008 Using Facebook as a Social Network to Enhance the Classroom
Bonnie Irwin, Honors College
 

2007-2008 Academic Year

DateTopic and Speaker(s)Available Resources
April 2008 Three Cs For Creating Rubrics
Lucia Schroeder, EC/ELE/MLE
 
March 2008 Photographic Exposure and Digital Printing of Photographs for the Classroom
Robert Wiseman, Booth Library
 
March 2008 The Good Humor Teaching: Fostering Positive Humor Development
Rich Cavanaugh, Sheila Simmons and Kathy Phillips, Health Studies
 
March 2008 Heart Disease: Assessment and Management of Personal Risk
Matt Kattenbraker, Kinesiology and Sports Studies
 
Feb. 2008 Graduate Mentoring Panel
Melanie Mills, Communication Studies; Ryan Hendrickson, Political Science; Bill Joyce, Business; Mildred Pearson, Faculty Development; Krishna Thomas, Faculty Development
 
Feb. 2008 Time Value of Money: Invest Now in Return for a Payoff Later
Bill Joyce, Business
 
Jan. 2008 Lilly Conference Panel
 
 
Jan. 2008 Food Physiology: Why We Eat More Than We Think We Do
Jim Painter, Family and Consumer Sciences
 
Nov. 2007 Using Video Clips to Increase Student Engagement
Kiran Padmaraju, EC/ELE/MLE
 
Nov. 2007 Using Popular Culture in the Classroom
Linda Ghent, Economics
 
Oct. 2007 Graduate Mentoring
Jinhee Lee, History
 
Oct. 2007 Teaching Critical Thinking Through Undergraduate Research
Eungseong Kim, Journalism; Bonnie Irwin, Honors College; Rebecca Throneburg, Communication Disorders and Sciences
 

2006-2007 Academic Year

DateTopic and Speaker(s)Available Resources
March 2007 Safeguarding Private Information
Julie Benedict, Training and Development
 
March 2007 The Teaching Professor Recipients Panel
Mildred Pearson, Faculty Development
 
Feb. 2007 Preparing to Teach Real-Life Issues
Audrey Edwards, Secondary Education; Barbara Powell, Counseling and Student Development
 
Feb. 2007 Teaching Gender in General Education and Diversity Classes
Penka Skachkova, Women's Studies
 
Jan. 2007 From Myths to Reality: Teaching Culturally Responsive in Higher Education
Pat Fewell, Secondary Education; Suzanne Enck-Wanzer, Communication Studies; Darrel Enk-Wanzer, Communication Studies
 
Jan. 2007 Informing Our Practice, Sharing Our Talents: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Bonnie Irwin, Honors College
 
Nov. 2006 The Wholesome Professor: Reducing Stress While Providing Teaching, Research and Service
Stacey Ruholl, Kinesiology and Sports Studies
 
Oct. 2006 Campus Climate Symposium Brown Bag
Cynthia Nichols, Civil Rights; Caridad Britto, Psychology
 
Oct. 2006 Mentoring Student Research
Caridad Britto, Psychology; Daneen Deptula, Psychology
 
Oct. 2006 Lessons Abroad, Lessons Learned
Wendy Williamson, Study Abroad
 
Sept. 2006 Engaging Our Students by Enraging Our Community: How to Incorporate Service Learning into Your Class
Bonnie Irwin, Honors College
 
Sept. 2006 Active Teaching in Large Classes: Engage Me or Enrage Me
Robert Fischer, Biological Sciences
 

2005-2006 Academic Year

DateTopic and Speaker(s)Available Resources
March 2006 Full and Bright Opportunities for Faculty Co-Sponsored by the Honors College
Fulbright Recipients
 
March 2006 Minority Affairs: What Can You Do to Help?
Mona Davenport, Minority Affairs
 
Feb. 2006 How to Develop and Lead a Study Abroad Program
International Study Abroad Panel
 
Feb. 2006 Culturally Responsive Teaching for the 21st Century Learner
Pat Fewell, Secondary Education; Mildred Pearson, Faculty Development
 
Feb. 2006 The Interaction Between Mentoring Undergraduate Research and Teaching
Mark McGuire, Biological Sciences
 
Jan. 2006 The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Informing Our Practice as Academicians
Bonnie Irwin, Honors College
 
Jan. 2006 How to Teach Non-Traditional Students
Tom Hawkins, Technology; William Hine, Continuing Education; Barbara Powell, Counseling and Student Development
 
Nov. 2005 Helping to Enhance Students' Learning by Engaging the Larger Community
Gloria Leitschuh, Counseling and Student Development
 
Nov. 2005 The Wholesome Professor: Reducing Stress While Providing Teaching Research and Service
Stacey Ruholl, Kinesiology and Sports Studies
 
Oct. 2005 The Teaching Professor
Teaching Professor Recipients
 
Oct. 2005 Veteran Faculty: Secrets to Success
John Best, Psychology
 
Oct. 2005 Safeguarding Private Information
Cathy A.; Joseph B.; Bryan C.; Sue Harvey, Registrar
 
Oct. 2005 From Research to Practice; Teaching to Engage Students
Tery Barnhart, History; Rick Ricci, History; Debra Reid, History
 
Sept. 2005 Testing and Grades Submission: Just a Click Away
Sue Harvey, Registrar
 
Sept. 2005 Wellness Catalyst: Finding Time For Me, Doing Something I Enjoy
John Pommier, Recreation Administration
 
Sept. 2005 Judicial Affairs: Helping Students With Academic Concerns
Keith Kohanzo, Judicial Affairs; Sandy Cox, Counseling
 
Sept. 2005 Veterans Circles
John Best, Psychology
 

2004-2005 Academic Year

DateTopic and Speaker(s)Available Resources
April 2005 Veteran Faculty Circles
John Best, Psychology
 
March 2005 A New Look at Questioning
Judy Barbour, EC/ELE/MLE
 
No Date Singing, Dancing and Salivating: How to Get Involved in Active Learning
 
 
No Date Faculty Burnout: Predictors and Prevention
 
 
No Date Reaching the Highs and Avoiding the Lows of Mentoring Student Reseach
 
 
No Date Keeping It Personal in Large Classes