Established to provide CHSS faculty with opportunities for continued, convenient,
and compelling professional development, the CHSS Faculty Development Series offers
lectures, workshops, small groups, and other events in support of all areas of faculty
work, including teaching, research and creative activity, and service to the university.
Ideas or suggestions from faculty for future events are welcome. Please send your
comments and suggestions to the Associate Dean for Academic Support.
Peers and Praxis
Wednesday, January 30, 12:15-1:30pm; History Center (SO 5074)
“Imitate This” (Bring your best assignment or lesson plan.)
Wednesday, February 27, 12:15-1:30pm; History Center (SO 5074)
“Learn from My Mistake” (Bring an assignment or lesson plan that didn’t go as planned.)
Wednesday, March 27, 12:15-1:30pm; History Center (SO 5074)
“Teaching with Technology” (Bring an assignment or lesson plan that effectively incorporates the use of technology.)
Join us for a new, informal series focused on sharing best practices for teaching.
Rather than featuring an invited presentation, these gatherings will invite participants
to engage in an informal, targeted conversation about assignments and lessons plans.
CHSS Faculty Book Group
Wednesday, February 20, 10:00am; Dean's conference room (SO 5010)
Tuesday, February 26, 12:30pm; Dean's conference room (SO 5010)
Tuesday, March 12, 12:30pm; Dean's conference room (SO 5010)
Wednesday, March 20, 10:00am; Dean's conference room (SO 5010)
*Please choose one date each month to attend. We will discuss chapters 5 and 6 at
both meetings in February, and we will conclude with chapters 7 and 8 at both meetings
A discussion of The New Education by Cathy Davidson.
CHSS Staff Book Group
Tuesday, February 5, 2:00pm; History Center (SO 5074)
Tuesday, March 5, 2:00pm; History Center (SO 5074)
A discussion of Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant.
Most Recent Event
Results from Gateways to Completion Course Re-design Lab
Tom Okie, Associate Professor of History Education and History
Kay Traille, Associate Professor of History Education and History
Ivy Way, Lecturer, Department of History and Philosophy
Video: Presentation Pt 1 - Pt 2 - Pt 3