CETL

Programs

New Faculty Development Series

The purpose of the new faculty development series is to introduce faculty members (targeted 
towards those who have been at the university 1-3 years) to discussions about teaching, research, and engagement, and to facilitate their successful transition to the WSSU community.
 

· Participants will meet at various times during the academic year.Faculty Development
· The development series offers conversational forums where new faculty
  members can discuss issues ranging from classroom management, research
  development, to promotion and tenure.
· We hope these conversations will create the opportunity for newer faculty to
  improve their teaching and develop long-lasting friendships with new faculty
  colleagues.

Mid-Career Faculty Development Series 

The purpose of the mid-career faculty development series is to provide knowledge and skill building workshops to WSSU senior faculty on topics such as:

· enhancing pedagogy skills;Career Development
· increase knowledge and utilization of the scholarship of teaching
  and learning (SoTL);
· managing conflict productively;
· senior faculty leadership development;
· career mapping;
· communicating effectively; and
· developing productive partnerships

  Small-group sessions focus on mentoring participants’ strategic thinking about career
  development and offer a supportive forum to discuss issues relevant to teaching.

Special Topic Series

CETL offers a series of workshops on special topics. Each session offers an intensive, in-depth and interactive discussion of a single topic related to pedagogy. Workshop content seeks to draw upon best practices and promising practices designed to assist faculty to enhance student learning through teaching and scholarship.

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Phone: (336) 750-2000



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