Workshops & Events

Faculty Development Program courses and workshops convene the academic community and build relationships across schools and divisions. Programming falls into six core categories: Scholarship, Promotion, and Tenure; Teaching; Mentoring; Leadership; Academic Leadership Series (primarily for department chairs); and the Academic Communicators Network. Additional featured events include sessions on general University life. The Faculty Development Program also highlights select events offered by the Office of Dual Careers and Faculty Relocation and other campus partners that may be of interest to academics.

Stay informed about events and opportunities to learn and build community. Our Campus Community page, as well as the University’s events calendar, will inform you about other events happening on and near campus. 

Upcoming events are listed below. Click on session titles for full program descriptions and to register.

Money at Work 1: Foundations of Investing

12:00–1:00 pm
Zoom

Smart investing starts with a solid grasp of the basics. The more you know, the better prepared you are to make informed investment decisions. Brandon Evans, a financial consultant at TIAA, will highlight different types of investment options available as you make choices about your financial needs.

May.
18

Experiments in Grading and Assessment: A Faculty Panel

4:00–5:30 pm
Zoom

In this panel, instructors from across the disciplines will discuss their efforts to implement new grading and assessment methods aimed at better supporting student learning and fostering an inclusive classroom environment.

May.
25

Meet a Science Journalist: Maximizing the Impact of Your Scientific Research through News Coverage (featuring WIRED magazine)

1:00–1:30 pm
Zoom

Learn how to communicate about your research to wider audiences and increase awareness of your work in the last of a three-part series focused on media coverage of scientific scholarship. This session will feature Matt Simon, science writer at technology-focused WIRED magazine.

May.
26