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Resources for Faculty at all Career Stages

 

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  • 2022 University Teaching Awards

    Congratulations to the 2022 University Teaching Award Winners!

    Board of Governors’ Award for Excellence in Teaching: Geoffrey Sayre-McCord Mentor Award for Lifetime Achievement: Jenny Ting Distinguished Teaching Awards for Post-Baccalaureate Instruction: Jocelyn Glazier, Alexa Chew, Theresa Palmer, and Beth Posner Tanner Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching: William … Continued

  • Promoting Mental Health: A CFE Resource

    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

  • Supporting Anti-Racism and Addressing Racist Violence

    April 2021 Ongoing racial violence, including the shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. in our own state, has traumatized our campus community. The Chauvin conviction for the murder of George Floyd, while a step toward change, cannot erase the continued trauma … Continued

  • Fulbright Scholars Program

    The Fulbright US Scholars program is a competitive cultural exchange in which selected US citizens receive monies to study, teach, or conduct research abroad. CFE supports faculty Fulbright Scholars by providing application assistance, holding information sessions, holding Fulbright Day in … Continued

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    Summer School Teaching with Technology Mini-Grant Program

    Update for Summer 2021 Given the campus shift to remote teaching in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid-19, this program has been suspended for Summer 2021. The Summer School Office partnered with our colleagues in Digital and Lifelong Learning (DLL, … Continued

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    CFE/Lenovo Instructional Innovation Grants Program

    Technological change continues to influence life and work on campus and beyond. UNC-CH instructors are using technology to explore new opportunities to engage students, lower barriers to student access, and make their own teaching practices more satisfying and effective. The … Continued