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Call for Proposals Open!

Call for Proposals Open!

Present or be a panelist at the 2015 Graduate Student Conference. Registration is also open for attendees

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May


Friday, May 1
1:00 – 2:30 PM
CTL Conference Room - 589 Lucas
Preparing for Promotion for Non-Tenure Track Faculty Members
Colleagues share strategies for documenting effective teaching. Learn what constitutes evidence and how to collect and present it. Co-sponsor: Faculty Senate.
Tuesday, May 5
3:00 – 4:00 PM
223 Research Building
STEM Instruction: Helping Students Learn How to Learn in Your Class
Join the Biology Department’s Dr. Michael Howard to explore proven and easy-to-adopt tools and strategies to actively engage the students in the process of learning. He will share what worked best for his Intro BIO students and help you consider these strategies in your classes. You’ll leave with examples, technology tools, and a plan for your own course.

Facilitators
Dr. Michael Howard
Asst. Teaching Professor
Department of Biology, UMSL

Dr. Jayanthi Sriram
Post-Doctoral Fellow
Center for Teaching and Learning, UMSL
Friday, May 8
South Campus: Boeing Room, TLC
Special Series Begins: College of Education Online Course Development
The Center for Teaching and Learning will be offering a special online course development series for College of Education faculty who are developing an online course as part of the online Elementary Education program.
Friday, May 15
South Campus: Villa 155
Special Series Begins: College of Nursing Online Course Development
The Center for Teaching and Learning will be offering a special online course development series for College of Nursing faculty who are developing an online course as part of the online BSN to DNP program.
Saturday, May 16
ESH 103
Part-time Faculty Orientation
Orientations are organized for new full-time faculty, and part-time faculty in August before the Fall Semester begins. Additional orientations for Part-time Faculty are offered before the Spring and Summer Semesters begin in January, in May and in June. Faculty new to the University and those who have not attended an orientation are encouraged to register.
Monday, May 18
CTL Conference Room - 589 Lucas
Online in 9, Summer 2015, Begins
Online in 9 is a 9-week online course development series. The interdisciplinary sessions are two hours per week and set up a timeline for fully developing an online course to be taught in a later semester.

June


Friday, June 12
ESH 103
Part-time Faculty Orientation
Orientations are organized for new full-time faculty, and part-time faculty in August before the Fall Semester begins. Additional orientations for Part-time Faculty are offered before the Spring and Summer Semesters begin in January, in May and in June. Faculty new to the University and those who have not attended an orientation are encouraged to register.

August


Monday and Tuesday, August 12-13
Location TBD
Full-Time Faculty Orientation
Orientations are organized for new full-time faculty, and part-time faculty in August before the Fall Semester begins. Additional orientations for Part-time Faculty are offered before the Spring and Summer Semesters begin in January, in May and in June. Faculty new to the University and those who have not attended an orientation are encouraged to register.
Wednesday, August 20 - Thursday, August 21
Social Sciences Building
Graduate Student Conference
Offered annually, the GSC is a two-day orientation & professional development conference for all graduate students. A joint effort of the Center for Teaching & Learning and the Graduate School, the GSC provides resource and development opportunities for every level of graduate student, across all disciplines. Specialized sessions address the needs of both beginning and experienced TAs and RAs. All sessions are offered in three concurrent tracks: Surviving & Thriving in Grad School, Professional Development, and Teaching & Learning.

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