Curriculum Innovation Faculty Awards—Call for Proposals
Proposals due no later than Monday, October 31
The FCTL Advisory Council is soliciting proposals for the creation or improvement of high-impact learning practices.
Additional Information can be found on the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning website.
If you have any questions contact the FCTL.
Inclusive Instruction for Diversity Mini-Workshops
Want to reach all your students? Want to be culturally inclusive, but not certain how? Come try out a few strategies with us. Each mini-workshop will target different inclusion goals and strategies. Practice with us at all or any of the mini-workshops. Sponsored by the Division for Diversity and Inclusion and the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning. 35 participant maximum per session. Sign up for one or for all.
Facilitator: Dr. Jamaine Abidogun
Inclusive Instruction for Diversity Mini-Workshop: Diversity for Learning
TBA (Spring 2017)
Inclusive Instruction for Diversity Mini-Workshop: Inclusion of Diverse Perspectives
Thu, Nov 17 2016
Strong Hall 0200
Inclusive Instruction for Diversity Mini-Workshop: Developing Inclusive Content
Thu, Dec 01 2016
Strong Hall 0200
Please RSVP via email at Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.
Crossing Borders Films – “American Textures”
Date: Thursday, October 27
Time: 3:00–5:00 p.m.
Location: Cheek Hall 102
Crossing Borders Films is creating powerful intercultural discussions on college campuses across the United States. Film director Arnd Wächter will be at Missouri State University Oct 27th to screen the film. This screening will be followed by an open discussion with Mr. Wächter. This event is open to all members of the campus community. Faculty interested in facilitating multicultural and diversity discussions in their classrooms are encouraged to meet Mr. Wächter and learn more about his work. Visit the Crossing Borders website for more details about the film. For more information on this event email the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.
MSU Faculty Write Program Retreats–Fall 2016
Thursday, October 27
Friday, November 11
Tuesday, November 29
Monday/Tuesday, December 19–20
Time: 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
The Faculty Write Program focuses on promoting faculty productivity and camaraderie through writing-based experiences such as interdisciplinary writing retreats held twice a month, workshops, and 15-day writing challenges. Writing retreats include breakfast and a light lunch, opportunities to develop a strong network of peer support and accountability, and voluntary feedback sessions. Sessions are facilitated by Dr. Mandy Benedict-Chambers and held in the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, Meyer Library Room 204, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Please email the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning or call 6-3059 to register.