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Negotiation and Communication Skills Workshop

Zoom

TEAM ADVANCE Professional Development Workshop Dr. Sheila Kannappan (Professor, Physics and Astronomy) will facilitate an interactive workshop on negotiation and communication skills. The workshop is tailored for women, but all faculty are welcome. TEAM ADVANCE especially encourages early-career faculty to … Continued

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Conversations on Teaching

Zoom

Carolina faculty are finding creative solutions to engage students and teach well in remote teaching environments. Join any or all of these informal sessions to ask questions, share ideas, and compare notes with faculty colleagues and instructional support staff. Restricted … Continued

Makerspace Course Design: Online, At Home, In Person

Zoom

Want to integrate design and making into your course, but not sure where to start? Join this session to learn how BeAM can support your students in creative maker projects, whether they’re working online, at home, or in-person.

Fulbright Scholars Info Session for Faculty and Postdocs

Zoom

Think you are competitive for a prestigious Fulbright Scholars award? You probably are. In these introductory sessions, faculty and postdocs will learn about the Fulbright Scholar awards, particularly the Core and Specialist awards. Attendees will explore options that match their … Continued

Connecting Carolina Classrooms with the World

Zoom

The Office of the Vice Provost for Global Affairs is hosting a workshop for faculty seeking to incorporate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) activities into their courses.

Understanding Promotion & Tenure Requirements

Zoom

Dr. Ron Strauss, Executive Vice Provost, will facilitate this workshop about understanding promotion and tenure requirements for early career faculty, pre-tenure and fixed-term. All early career faculty are welcome. Early career faculty participating in TEAM ADVANCE programs are especially encouraged to … Continued

CFE Course Design Institute

Zoom

Our Course Design Institute (CDI) is a structured sequence of workshops, activities, and working sessions held over a 3-day period (12 contact-hours overall) where a small cohort of instructors—generally between six and 14 colleagues—use the “backward design” approach to develop … Continued