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Featured Faculty Hub Events

November 29, 2023
Upcoming Generative AI Programs
As we approach the end of the semester, a time when our students start turning in final projects and we begin to plan for the spring, I’d like to share a few opportunities for you to learn more about generative AI tools like ChatGPT and how they might affect your teaching and scholarship. I invite Continue reading.
November 10, 2023
Thankful for the Little Things
We here at the Faculty Hub are grateful to be working with so many engaged and committed faculty, staff, and administration members here at UR. We’re sending you best wishes as we head into the last part of the semester and the end of the calendar year. Little things we are grateful for… Kitty: Midday walks around Westhampton Lake Jane: Jersey dirt Kylie: Fall field trips to the eco-corridor with my FYS students Andrew: The Cuban sandwich at Passport Continue reading.
October 19, 2023
Welcoming Michael Reder
Greetings, everyone! We hope you had a restful Fall Break. We’re excited to co-host a campus visit (October 25-27) by Michael Reder, Director of the Joy Shechtman Mankoff Center for Teaching & Learning at Connecticut College, an expert in using writing and active teaching to support student learning. Michael’s visit will allow faculty and instructional staff to reflect on the upcoming launch of the new General Education curriculum in Fall 2024. Continue reading.
October 3, 2023
10 Things Worth Sharing This October
Howdy, I’m Andrew Bell, the Technology Consultant at the Faculty Hub. I’m excited to kick off a new monthly series around digital tools. I’m going to share information, links, videos, papers… some related to pedagogy and scholarship, some might not be… All of it will be related to concepts, tools, and ideas that have helped Continue reading.
September 22, 2023
Develop Your Talking Game and Explore the Truth
We hope everyone is back into the swing of things and enjoying the last days of warmer weather. Keep reading for some new AI resources and information about some exciting talks, including one with Matthew R. Kay, the author of Not Light, but Fire: How To Lead Meaningful Race Conversations in the Classroom. Continue reading.
August 11, 2023
Prepare for Fall 2023 With Our Pre-Semester Events!
We hope that you’re having a good summer. Here at the Faculty Hub, we’ve been getting ready for the fall, and we’ve put together some events to help you ease into the new semester. Continue reading.
July 20, 2023
Support for Faculty in the Age of Generative AI
(Another) Digital Pedagogical Challenge  The 2020 pandemic forced most of us educators to become literate in digital pedagogy tools that facilitated online and/or hybrid learning. That work was challenging and exhausting but our students greatly benefited from our efforts. The spring 2023 semester was the first semester where I felt like we were ‘returning to Continue reading.
May 9, 2023
May Events in the Faculty Hub
Faculty Hub May Days...Wrapping Up and Moving Forward. Continue reading.
April 17, 2023
Light at the End of the Tunnel
All of us here at the Faculty Hub are sending you our best wishes for this busy time of year. Please know that we’re here for one-on-one consultations if you’re looking for support with assessments, the last days of class, summer planning, and more. We’re also offering a series of events in early May--our Faculty Hub May Days--as a chance to reflect and take stock of the academic year and to think about what’s next. Continue reading.