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  • 1. MASTER RESEARCHER: RESEARCH, ASSESSMENT AND SCHOLARLY ENGAGEMENT 2nd Friday of the Month, 12:00 P.M. Rosenwald 114 Bernard Singleton, Steve Buddington, Darwish Abdulla and Freddy Hill Coordinators Workshop Facilitator(s) Date Audience Faculty Research/Creativity Bernard Singleton Fall Semester Deadline: Tenure-track Activity Incentive Mini-Grant 10/8/09 Faculty Program Spring Semester Application Handout Deadline: January 19,2010 Sabbatical Mini Grant Freddy Hill November 1, 2009 Tenured Applications Due to Faculty Dean Assessing Student Learning Ramona Jean- January 5, 2010 Faculty and Outcomes: Educational Programs, Perkins and Phyllis Staff Support Programs, and General Worthy Dawkins Education, QEP Stern Auditorium Faculty Learning Communities Phyllis W. Dawkins January 8, 2010 Faculty (Study Teams on Grant-Writing, Active Learning (Book), Clickers, Collaborative Learning and Kearny West – Student Learning Communities, Techniques, Barkley, Cross, Lunch for 30 Netbooks, etc.) etc., Sign Up to Receive a Personal Copy of the Book (Must Commit to Attend to Receive a Book Scholarship of Teaching and Steve Buddington January 8, 2010 Faculty Learning (SoTL) and Phyllis Worthy Kearny West – Dawkins Lunch for 30 Faculty Research and Creativity Bernard Singleton January 12, 2010 Tenure Track Incentive Mini-Grants Faculty Research and Publication Tips Mona Lisa Saloy, February 12, 2010 Faculty and Jerri Ward, Alan Staff Colo’n, Jessica Harris Rubric Development and Use Ramona Jean- March 12, 2010 Faculty and Perkins and Phyllis Staff Worthy Dawkins Classroom Assessment Techniques Eartha Johnson March 12, 2010 Faculty (Adopted from Angelo and Cross) Assessment Clear and Simple, Consultant April 9, 2010 Faculty and Barbara Walvoord, Author Staff Sign Up to Receive a Personal Copy of the Book (Must Commit to Attend to Receive a Book)
  • 2. ENHANCEMENT and ENGAGEMENT SERIES 1st Thursday of the Month, 4:00 P.M. DUICEF 207 Dorothy Smith and Eartha Johnson, Coordinators WORKSHOP FACILITIATOR Date Audience The Millenial Student and Toya Barnes- January 5, 2010 Faculty and Helicopter Parents Teamer and Phyllis Staff Dawkins ks/CRLT_no26.pdf Retention: It is Everyone’s Toya Barnes- January 5, 2010 Faculty and Business Teamer, Eartha Staff Johnson, Phyllis W. Dawkins Academic Advising: How to Get Carla Morelon- January 5, 2010 Faculty Students to Matriculate Quainoo, Freddye Hill, Lenetria Jefferson Mentoring for Scholarship Dorothy Smith February 4, 2010 Junior and New Faculty Knowing Your Faculty Handbook Abdallah Darwish February 4, 2010 Faculty Promotion & Tenure Process Ruby Broadway, February 4, 2010 Tenure-Track Chair Faculty Lana Chambliss Faculty Portfolios: Preparing for John Wilson, Betty March 4, 2010 Faculty Faculty Evaluation Dennis and Phyllis W. Dawkins Institutional Review Board (IRB): Lynn Strong and April 1, 2010 Faculty How to Prepare and Obtain Keith Wismar Approval
  • 3. ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGY 3rd Friday of the Month, 4:00 P.M. Will Alexander Library – 2nd Floor Azubike Okpalaeze, Cynthia Charles and Anthony Smart, Coordinators WORKSHOP FACILITIATOR Date Audience Microsoft Office (Word, Kim Robinson January 4, 2010 Faculty and Staff PowerPoint, Excel,) Using Clicker Technology Anthony Smart and Phyllis January 5, 2010 Faculty and Staff for Quick Classroom Dawkins January 8th (FLC) Feedback Using Blackboard: Azubike Okpalaeze, Kim January 6, 2010 Faculty Beginner and Advanced Washington, Kim Robinson Faculty Learning Phyllis W. Dawkins January 8, 2010 Faculty and Staff Communities Blended & OnLine Courses Using Tegrity on Azubike Okpalaeze and January 15, 2010 Faculty Blackboard Kim Washington Jenzabar to Enhance Audrey Clements and January 5-6, 2010 Faculty and Staff Effective Academic Anthony Smart Advisement Flashlight Survey: Steve Ehrmann, February 19, 2010 Faculty and Staff Conducting Classroom Consultant, TLT Group Surveys for Course Improvement Information Literacy Cynthia Charles March 19, 2010 Faculty and Staff Social Networking as a Tool Cynthia Charles, Azubike March 19, 2010 Faculty and Staff for Learning Okpalaeze Inspiration: A Concept Carlen McLin, Azubike March 19, 2010 Faculty and Staff Mapping Tool Okpalaeze, Ramona Jean- Perkins Using LiveText (Electronic Kimberly Rutherford and April 16, 2010 Faculty and Staff Portfolio) to Store Course Carla Morelon-Quainoo Information
  • 4. MASTER TEACHER: ACTIVE LEARNING & TEACHING PEDAGOGY 1st Friday of the Month, 12:00 P.M. Kearney West Sherri Marina, Ramona Jean-Perkins and Clinette-Washington, Coordinators WORKSHOP FACILITIATOR Date Audience How All Students Learn Sandra McGuire, July 16, 2009 CTLAT Committee Consultant, Louisiana At LSU State University (LSU) January 6, 2010 Faculty and Staff Critical Thinking Rubric Gary Brown, Consultant, September 27, Faculty and Staff Washington State 2009 University Learning Communities to Joye Hardiman, December 11, Faculty and Staff Support the QEP Consultant, Former 2009 Executive Director, Evergreen State College Syllabus Development – Ramona Jean-Perkins January 5, 2010 Faculty Template Classroom Freddye Hill and January 5, 2010 Faculty Management/Civility in the Carlen McLin Classroom/Diversity Plagiarism: Resources and Freddye Hill January 6, 2010 Faculty Strategies to Decrease this Behavior Active, Cooperative and Phyllis Dawkins February 5, 2010 Faculty Collaborative Learning: Sign Up to Receive a Personal Copy of the Book (Must Commit to Attend to Receive a Book New Faculty Activities: Henry Finley, Tuskegee February 5, 2010 Faculty University Communication Skills- Writing, Sherri Marina and March 5, 2010 Faculty and Staff Reading, Speaking Clinette-Washington
  • 5. Quality Enhancement Plan Workshops Dorothy Smith, Ramona Jean-Perkins and Henrietta Harris, Coordinators WORKSHOP FACILITATOR DATE Audience How All Students Learn Sandra McGuire, July 16, 2009 Faculty and Staff Consultant, Louisiana January 5, 2010 State University (LSU) QEP Pilot Workshops: Dorothy Smith, Phyllis September 2009 QEP Pilot Faculty Learning Communities, Dawkins, Carla Morelon- for Fall and Spring Communication and Quainoo, Kimberly December 16, 2009 Semester Community (LC3 ) Rutherford, Henrietta Harris January 6, 2010 Critical Thinking Rubric Gary Brown, Consultant, September 27, 2009 Faculty and Staff Washington State University Learning Communities to Joye Hardiman, December 11, 2009 Faculty and Staff Support the QEP Consultant, Former Executive Director, Evergreen State College Assessing Student Ramona Jean-Perkins and January 5, 2010 Faculty and Staff Learning Outcomes: Phyllis Worthy Dawkins Educational Programs, Support Programs, and General Education, QEP Classroom Assessment Eartha Johnson March 12, 2010 Faculty Techniques Using LiveText (Electronic Carla Morelon-Quainoo April 16, 2010 Faculty and Staff Portfolio) to Store Course and Kimberly Rutherford Information Student Engagement Tentative: Vincent Tinto, May 2010 Faculty and Staff Syracuse University or Jillian Kinzie, NSSE
  • 6. Resource Center Azubike Okpalaeze and Cynthia Charles, Coordinators (Check-Out) Books Journals Memberships Online Tools Laptops Clickers Data Projector Netbooks Other Resources: "Professional Writing (Scientific, Military, Technical, Business, Etc.) – For Writers and Editors," e-book version. This e-book lists for $5.95
  • 7. Off-Campus Opportunities (Apply for a Travel Grant) 2010 Conferences on Teaching and Learning January 12­13 9th Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning Niagara University, New York [Keynote: Dr. Mathew Ouellett]­information/ 20­23 AAC&U's Annual Meeting: Project Kaleidoscope and What Works in  Science Reform Washngton, D. C.   February 5­7 Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching Evidence­Based Learning and Teaching Koury Convention Center, Greensboro, NC 12  Deadline for The Network Summer 2010 seminar application is now online! To  learn about our summer seminars and to register, see the FRN Network Summer  web link at   Application Deadline is Friday, February 12, 2010.  Applications for the Summer  and Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 Scholar­in­Residence Program also are available  online ­ Learn more at  Application  deadlines for Summer and Fall 2010 is Friday, February 12, 2010. Spring 2011  application deadline is Friday, September 10, 2010.   26 Deadline The Call for Proposals for the 2010 FRN National Symposium on  "Engaging Students in the Community and the World" has been posted at callproposals.html  Submissions will be accepted until Friday, March 26, 2010.
  • 8. 18­20 AAC&U Conference General Education and Assessment: Maintaining Momentum, Achieving Priorities Network for Academic Renewal Conference Seattle, Washington 19­20  THE COLLABORATION'S CONFERENCE ON  "ASSESSMENT FOR THE CHANGING LEARNING ENVIRONMENT" Bloomington, Minnesota Today, as institutions closely scrutinize the return from ever more limited  resources, assessment of student learning and educational programs is more  critical than ever. The Collaboration's winter conference, which  will explore  what individual faculty and staff can do to foster their own continuous learning  and development as teaching professionals and how colleges, universities, and  other groups strive to create environments that characterize learning  organizations. The conference will examine how teaching and student learning  have improved from these practices, as witnessed by experts such as:   * L. Dee Fink, a nationally­recognized expert on college teaching and faculty  development. Fink has a doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1976. In  1979, he founded the Instructional Development Program at the University of  Oklahoma and served as its director until his retirement from Oklahoma in May  2005. He was president of the POD Network (Professional and Organizational  Development) in Higher Education (2004­2005), the primary professional  organization for faculty developers. At the present time he works as a national  consultant in higher education and the author of Creating Significant Learning  Experiences: An Integrated Approach to Designing College Courses (Jossey­Bass,  2003) and co­editor of Team­Based Learning: A Transformative Use of Small  Groups in College Teaching (Stylus, 2004).   * Peggy Maki, a consultant with Peggy Maki Consulting. Maki will a  preconference session on "Planning Assessment Backwards to Dive Deeper into  Pedagogy" and a closing session on "Options for Technology­Based Assessment:  Current and Emerging Possibilities."   * A rich assortment of presenters of nearly 30 preconference and concurrent  sessions on creating a culture of assessment, technology, rubrics and other  assessment tools, collaboration, and other topics.  
  • 9. Registration information and a detailed brochure will soon be available on our  website at  March 3­5 2010 International Team­Based Learning Conference New Orleans, LA 10­12 3rd Annual SoTL Commons Conference Georgia Southern University ­ Statesboro, Georgia [Keynote speakers: Carolin Kreber, Kathleen Mckinny, and GaryPooler] 12­13 Lilly­West Conference on College and University Teaching Cal Polytechnic State University, Pomona, CA April 8­9 2010 Oklahoma Higher Education Teaching and Learning Conference Northeastern State University ­ Broken Arrow Campus May 21­23 “Designing Courses for Significant Learning” Dee Fink & Associates  will host their annual national workshop on  in  Chicago, IL at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare 17­18 SoTl Academy 2nd Annual Conference Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan 21­23 The Teaching Professor 2010 Conference Cambridge, MA
  • 10. June 3­5 Lilly­East Conference on College and University Teaching Washington, D.C.  
  • 11. Online Workshops Cynthia Charles, Coordinator If you get at least 10 faculty to commit to participating in one of the workshops offered by these online companies, we will pay for the workshop. Just click on the link, and search for workshop to support teaching, learning, technology, research, evaluation and assessment. Then send a list of committed participants, and we will assist you in scheduling and paying for the workshop. Innovative Educators: Faculty Focus: Magna: Resources for Higher Education Campus Technology: Teaching and Learning with Technology Group (FridayLive) A Frugal Innovation workshop TBA soon. Workshop: Information Literacy Best Practices 20 January 2010, Wed02:00 PM3 February 2010, Wed03:00 4 February 2010, Thu01:00 PM22 April 2010, Thu05:00 PMKhoury Conference Center Greensboro NC Workshop: Information Literacy Assessment 25 February 2010, Thu02:00 PM11 March 2010, Thu03:00 16 March 2010, Tue01:00 PM30 March 2010, Tue02:00, Workshop: ePortfolios 8 April 2010, Thu01:00 PM22 April 2010, Thu02:00, More specifically, these are the workshops that the links above advertise: Comprehensive Student Advising: An Integrated College-Wide Approach to Facilitating Student Success et=1102882064127&s=111728&e=001WET454s0EXB9uM5IVrJBtBeOGpjRxwcE0wn5K2Kq1M- Z5UtNOpchKNxj7eCmCKF1Anzp_x1mmvsLMfn-KWuvuW-iJiP6XdJwWwuct7PJ2FGxpakD- bJYMWh8r0-HdevHKcHSdcrLV-QQpAWv807uZIJITEHbHR3K Wednesday, February 10th ~ 1-3EST If you can not make this date and time, you can watch the recording. The recording is included at no extra charge. Innovative Educators et=1102882064127&s=111728&e=001WET454s0EXDVokHNmqC8IdVmqoVZglA_dZK3JJQDwCouUES7L aaY5g5uTr6zphtRjxnyIB5vAMvk0Uj8qpLr7G2DQQ1aIYQ9EZcgl5EgAONBScnlTULbmpcmqqyNlWDn Upcoming Events - Academic Advising Online Symposium et=1102882064127&s=111728&e=001WET454s0EXAbcuFfd0zAZLvIfZAMixR6vEcnjkDu8m8OrfrhyGWtY I2mxySVZCeCw838QLmDnq73CtLp4YZ3BgqkiRO8KbEsn8ahnKv8ZxbTnqzd12s6qKgf3SfVIfQ2utowiCG jd1wUlVaZxhKtrsq1WkxQJpK6 - Spring 2010
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  • 15. Most institutional representatives will benefit from this workshop, including Presidents, Vice-Presidents, Deans, Directors, Institutional Researchers, faculty, and staff. Who are the speakers? ________________________________ Luzelma G. Canales, Interim Associate Dean of Community Engagement & Workforce Development Luzelma G. Canales currently serves as the Interim Associate Dean of Community Engagement & Workforce Development at South Texas College. She oversees the development and implementation of initiatives related to community engagement and nontraditional programs (non-credit) for the College. She establishes and maintains collaborative relationships and partnerships with community organizations, members of the community, institutions of higher education, public school districts, and other private/public organizations and agencies. Luzelma oversees the development and delivery of all continuing education and corporate training programs. She is also responsible for identifying and responding to grant opportunities, ensuring compliance with College grants/contracts, and facilitating accountability and management reviews for all college offices and departments. She serves as the College lead on the Achieving the Dream: Community Colleges Count initiative, which is a national project addressing the achievement and attainment gap for underrepresented students. She is also the lead in the Excelencia in Education Starting Point: Community College and the Accelerating Latino Student Success (ALASS) at Texas Border Institutions initiatives, which focused promoting Latino student success. Luzelma is also serving as the lead for the Public Agenda/MDC Community Engagement and Leadership Development pilot, which engages the diverse stakeholders in the region in community conversations focused on student success issues. To date, Luzelma has worked with four area School Districts and STC Division of Academic Affairs to establish four early college high schools. Canales has over 20 years of higher education experience. Luzelma was awarded the Meritorious Service Award in 1995 by the President of the University of Texas – Pan American and the Presidential Jaguar Excellence Award in 2005 by the President of South Texas College. Ms. Canales holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Pan American University, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas – Pan American, and is currently completing the dissertation requirements for a Doctorate of Philosophy in Human Resource Development from Texas A&M University – College Station. Paul Hernandez, Dean of Student Support Services Paul Hernandez currently serves as Dean of Student Support Services for South Texas College. He is responsible for providing leadership in the Office of Counseling and Advising. The department of Counseling and Advising provides academic advising, career and personal counseling, special services for students with disabilities, and assistance with special populations. Mr. Hernandez also oversees the College Success Coaches (previously Retention Specialsists) assigned to Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. Mr. Hernandez leads the training for all faculty advising, Beacon Mentoring Program, a case-management approach to holistic student advisement. Mr. Hernandez has over 18 years of higher education experience including time as a full-time faculty member and Program Chair in Social Behavioral Sciences and continues to teach as an Adjunct faculty member. He has presented at numerous national conferences on the development and application of Bilingual Counseling Education Curriculum and the Promoting of Counseling Services via the Internet. He has served as an institutional leader for the National Science Foundation as a member of the Foundation Coalition Program. The primary goal of this program was to expand math and science education to Minority Serving Institutions of Higher Education. Paul was awarded the Student Services & Development Jaguar Excellence Award in 2006 and. He is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors and serves as a Licensed Professional Counselor Board Approved Supervisor. Mr. Hernandez holds a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science in Psychology from Texas A&M University – Kingsville. Forward email
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