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Faculty Inquiry Projects are “faculty communities” focused on particular questions around big ideas. Faculty communities will meet to discuss, problem solve, and share ideas focused on a set of questions that they agree to explore. Groups will meet 5 times throughout the semester either in-person or virtually via Zoom; schedules are set ahead of time and faculty apply to a particular group knowing that they are expected to attend at least 4 meetings. Each community will have one to two facilitators.

Call for Facilitators

We are looking for 6-10 experienced facilitators for the Faculty Inquiry Projects. Facilitators will be responsible for running individual Faculty Inquiry Projects with 5-10 faculty. Each facilitator will refine the inquiry area for their group, develop a set of broad questions to explore, schedule meeting times, facilitate discussions and present a final summary of their group’s accomplishments.


Incentive

  • Build experience facilitating faculty development
  • Connect with new colleagues
  • Receive a special consulting contract of $800 at the end of the project.


Facilitators must be available on December 4th and 11th from10:00-12:00 a.m. for preparation meetings. You may join in person or via Zoom.


If you are interested in being a facilitator, complete the form at the bottom of this page by Monday November 13, 2017.



** A call for participation will come after the facilitators are chosen.


Topic Areas for Inquiry Projects



  • Teaching
    • Examining Course Curriculum for Diverse Perspectives
    • Increasing interaction in large courses
    • Teaching a Writing Intensive Course
    • Acclimating to teaching at CI
    • Developing, Grading, and Managing Meaningful Course Assessments
    • Flipping your Math based class
    • Addressing sticky points in STEM courses
    • Managing Difficult Conversations in the classroom
    • Building facilitation skills for more productive discussions


  • Scholarship
    • Opportunities for Mid-Career Development
    • Re-energizing your research agenda
    • Managing your writing process
    • Turning teaching into scholarship
    • Building local capacity for research & scholarship


  • Managing your Career
    • Setting & reaching goals for productivity and personal well being
    • Defining your faculty brand: playing to your strengths while meeting expectations
    • Mediation techniques for addressing conflict
    • Balancing parenting and productivity
    • Managing stress over the long haul


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