Center for Faculty Development

The University of St. Thomas Center for Faculty Development supports the professional growth of faculty by providing responsive programming and grants to support faculty development in pedagogy, engagement of the profession, and service.

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The horrific events in Charlottesville bring forward, once more, compelling teaching opportunities, and we have aggregated several resources and ideas for teaching after Charlottesville.
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Angela High-Pippert, a female faculty member, stands in front of the classroom.

In a recent article in Faculty Focus, “Teacher Characteristics and Behaviors that Make a Difference,” Maryellen Weimer highlights a variety of qualities that students identify as significant to their learning. Although much of the list might not surprise any of us, it does serve as a useful reminder of how what we do affects how our students learn.
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Get your grant applications in for Fall 2017 semester!
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Center for Faculty Development
Doing whatever we can to include all students in our classrooms, whether face-to-face or online, is part of our mission to advance the common good.
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Do you have a topic that you would like to explore in depth with colleagues next year? Why not lead a Faculty Learning Community next year? Submit a proposal by June 9, 2017!
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