From the Director - September 2014
President Sullivan: “We . . . must be ardently committed to nourishing and sustaining a vibrant culture of inclusivity." We all want to believe that our classrooms are truly welcoming and inclusive, but have we put that conviction to the test?
Faculty Development Grant Deadlines
Upcoming Faculty Development grant deadlines for AY 2015-15.
Fall open house hosted by Faculty Development
Sept. 26 from 2:30-4 p.m. All faculty invited to drop by the Hearth Room (ASC 240) to mingle with your colleagues, learn about upcoming events and our services, and meet your colleagues who support the Center and its programs.
Campus wide Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration!
“UST Unidos” Hispanic Heritage Month 2 will be held September 15 - October 15 and serves as an opportunity for the UST community to embrace the Hispanic culture through cultural, educational and social on-campus events. Be a part of this campus tradition, while making new friends and celebrating diversity!
International Education Center Travel and Seminar Grants for UST Faculty
In conjunction with the Office of Academic Affairs, I am pleased to invite applications for a pair of grants to support faculty initiatives to internationalize the University of St. Thomas. The international grants are from the University of St. Thomas International Education Center (IEC) and are combined with additional support from a faculty member's dean.
All faculty invited to drop by to mingle with your colleagues, learn about upcoming events and our services, and meet your colleagues who support the Center and its programs.View Event Information »
Minneapolis Campus! Explore ways to get students to actively participate in discussion by using a number of structured discussion exercises. Open to all part-time and full-time faculty.View Event Information »
What's one thing you can do to make your classroom more inclusive for international students? All faculty are invited to connect with members of UST's current class of graduate and undergraduate international students.View Event Information »
Publishing a book represents, for many faculty, the ultimate scholarly challenge. In fact the prestige surrounding book publishing may be so intimidating that it prevents faculty from even drafting a proposal, let alone approaching prospective publishers. All part-time and full-time faculty are welcome to attend.View Event Information »