2016 - 2017 Faculty Learning Communities
Faculty Learning Communities are intensive faculty development experiences that are academic yearlong, structured, multidisciplinary communities typically of 8 - 10 members. Membership may be full or part time faculty (including adjuncts), graduate students and staff. Typically, they meet twice a month virtually or in person, but this varies by group, and tend to include a social component.
To join an FLC, please contact the leader(s) of the desired community.
- Beginning Backward Design within the Biology Department
- Benchmarking Digital and other College Level Literacies
- Building Interdisciplinary General Education Courses
- Cognitive Science
- Developing Student Resilience Inside and Outside of the Classroom
- Professional Development for Department Chairs
- Sustainability in the Curriculum
- Teaching Diversity in the classroom
- Women’s Mentor and Network Circle (WMNC)