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.
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Upcoming events are listed below. Click on session titles for full program descriptions and to register.
11:30 am–12:00 pm
Learn how to communicate about your research to wider audiences and increase awareness of your work in this session focused on media coverage of scientific scholarship.
Creating accessible and inclusive learning experiences is important for safeguarding all students’ course participation and ability to learn. In order to create rigorous, inclusive environments, we need to be mindful of situational factors at play in our pedagogical choices.
This online workshop will review the process for applying to Chicago Public Schools and discuss what to look for when visiting a school.
This session will review the process for applying to Chicago Public Schools and discuss what to look for when visiting a school.