Faculty Hub

Upcoming Faculty Hub Events

October 16, 2020
New Website and Faculty Development Opportunities
Same Address, New Design . . . The Faculty Hub is proud to release our new website with a reorganized resource page, as well as updated program and services pages. We have developed this site to support the goals of the Faculty Hub.  Please let us know how you like it!  You can also now … Continue reading New Website and Faculty Development Opportunities
October 15, 2020
Introducing the Faculty Hub’s Redesigned Website
The Faculty Hub is proud to release our new website this week. We have developed this site to support the goals of the Faculty Hub: to foster excellence in teaching, cultivating cross-disciplinary interactions for scholarly exchange, and promoting professional development for faculty at all career stages. I wanted to share with you some of the … Continue reading Introducing the Faculty Hub’s Redesigned Website
October 9, 2020
Programs and Consultations, Mid-Fall 2020
As we reach the mid-point of fall term, the Faculty Hub extends our thanks to all faculty and staff for maintaining our academic mission, despite the challenges. We have had many opportunities to work with faculty, especially since March 2020, and we are always seeking additional ways to help the faculty. Please take a few minutes to review … Continue reading Programs and Consultations, Mid-Fall 2020
August 28, 2020
Faculty Hub Update
Dear Colleagues, We hope your first week of teaching has been rewarding and that you are taking steps toward greater comfort and confidence in the new modes of engagement. I want to pass along a few updates from the Faculty Hub regarding upcoming offerings, opportunities to consult with Faculty Hub Associates and the Inclusive Pedagogy … Continue reading Faculty Hub Update
August 21, 2020
Back-to-Teaching Event Documentation
Dear Colleagues, The Faculty Hub has prepared materials for you from the Back-to-Teaching event on Wednesday, August 19. You may now access the compiled Q&A document, the Zoom chat, and the link to the Panopto video in Box. In addition, here is a list of resources compiled by the Faculty Hub, we hope you find … Continue reading Back-to-Teaching Event Documentation
August 14, 2020
Back-to-Teaching Event and Experiments in Blended Teaching
Dear Colleagues, Enclosed are some updates from the Faculty Hub. Back-to-Teaching event All who are teaching in fall 2020 or staff who support teaching are invited to attend a full University Back-to-Teaching Symposium on Wednesday, August 19 from 9-10:30 a.m.  Updates on the latest information and resources available will be provided by representatives from the … Continue reading Back-to-Teaching Event and Experiments in Blended Teaching
August 6, 2020
Faculty Hub Recommendations and New Sessions
Dear Colleagues, This is an update from the Faculty Hub about helping you prepare for fall term teaching. We have been experimenting with the new classroom technology for blended teaching with students in the classroom, masked, with distancing and students participating via Zoom, synchronously.  We tested four common scenarios:  an interactive lecture with Q &A, … Continue reading Faculty Hub Recommendations and New Sessions
July 29, 2020
Update From the Faculty Hub
Dear Colleagues, This is another update from the Faculty Hub. We want to continue to inform you about opportunities for faculty development this summer. Our second summer course, Responsive and Flexible Teaching, is in its final week of delivery. It is not too late to join us!  To gain access to the course, administered through … Continue reading Update From the Faculty Hub
July 9, 2020
Faculty Hub Course on Responsive and Flexible Teaching
The Faculty Hub invites all course instructors to participate in Responsive and Flexible Teaching, a three-week online course that mimics a highly flexible course delivery where faculty experience this from a student’s perspective. This online course will be led by the Faculty Hub and will include sessions with several online learning experts. All synchronous sessions are in … Continue reading Faculty Hub Course on Responsive and Flexible Teaching