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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Are you interested in an opportunity to create and lead professional development for St. Thomas colleagues? And get a stipend for your work? Submit a summer seminar proposal by April 21st!
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Center for Faculty Development
If you haven't heard yet the IDEA student feedback system is moving to an online platform for administration beginning summer 2017. All faculty and staff are encouraged to attend an information session on April 4 or April 11 to learn about the changes.
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Dr. Ann Johnson, Director, Center for Faculty Development / Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement
If you haven’t heard yet: the IDEA student feedback system is moving to an online platform for administration beginning this summer. We have some education sessions planned for April 4 and 11; faculty and staff are encouraged to attend. Getting up to speed is especially crucial for anyone teaching a summer course because that’s when we’ll begin implementation.
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Dr. Susan Callaway, Associate Professor of English / Director of the Center for Writing
From carpal tunnel syndrome to headaches, our bodies are probably telling us that we are doing too much as writers. This is ironic, of course, because most of us are trying to write more—desperate to find time to immerse ourselves in our own scholarship. But this will mean more time sitting in front of a screen.
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John Heintz and Merrie Davidson, Libraries
Have you been looking for some more sophisticated citation tracking tools? The Libraries may have part of the answer for you: we recently subscribed to Scopus. The database covers all fields in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
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