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Course Design Institute

November 2, 2022

Course Design Institute   Each CFE Course Design Institute (CDI) is a structured sequence of workshops, activities, and working sessions held over a 3-day period with a 6- to 12-member cohort of UNC instructors. Together, we use backward design approaches … Continued


February 22, 2022

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FF 2020 Test

February 22, 2022

Full Schedule Tuesday, August 4 12:30-2:00 PM Meet the CFE 2:15-3:30 PM What’s Your Plan? Building an Individual Plan for Success at Carolina 3:45-5:00 PM Introduction to Research Support at Carolina Reviewing Your Teaching Checklist Developing Your Mentoring Network: Making … Continued

Promoting Mental Health: A CFE Resource

October 13, 2021

Teaching Strategies to Promote Mental Health and Wellbeing in Crisis Our campus community has been impacted by the tragic loss of student lives in our mental health crisis. As our campus responds to this crisis, we grieve these losses. To … Continued

Faculty Foundations 2020

July 21, 2020

Faculty Foundations is an annual workshop series that connects new and early career faculty with what CFE has to offer with respect to teaching and learning, research support, leadership, mentoring, and succeeding as a faculty member here at Carolina.  Full … Continued

CFE Faculty Foundations 2019

July 9, 2019

Monday, August 12, 2019 Meet the CFE: Luncheon for New Faculty 504 Wilson Library Check-in at Noon Program starts promptly at 12:15 Join us for lunch, connect with other new faculty, and meet each of our staff to learn about … Continued

Matthew Belskie

April 5, 2019

Matthew serves as the liaison to the Center for Faculty Excellence from the College of Arts and Sciences Information Services (OASIS). Prior to working at UNC Chapel Hill Matthew was an Educational Technology Coordinator at the UW-Milwaukee School of Education, … Continued

Evaluating Mentoring

October 16, 2018

Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted.” – Albert Einstein Why Evaluate Mentoring? Effective data-based evaluation of mentoring is important for at least three reasons: 1. Helps to overcome biases and … Continued

Mentoring for Diversity and Inclusion

October 16, 2018

Mentoring of women and underrepresented minorities is inextricably embedded within, and influenced by, the department’s climate. Mentoring alone is unlikely to make a significant difference in the successful retention, promotion and professional development of women and faculty of color in … Continued

What is Mentoring?

October 16, 2018

Mentoring is an interpersonal, developmental relationship that exists to benefit the mentee.   The Functions of a Faculty Mentor 1. Career Enhancing Mentoring – those aspects of the relationship that enhance learning the ropes, strengthening professional skills and scholarship, and … Continued