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Unit Head and Faculty Weekly Mailing 09-27-11

For Faculty

1. Student Academic Success Center/Tutoring Center Open House

2. Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence (CSCE) newsletter

3. “Evolution for Everyone” Fall 2011 events

4. U.S. Sen. Carl Levin is scheduled to visit GVSU - Sept 27, 4:00 p.m.

5. CUR Quarterly Call for Submissions (Fall 2012 issue), "Students as UR Change Agents"

6. Grant Writing Workshop with David Bauer –Oct. 6 and 7

For Unit Heads

7. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS -Outstanding Academic Advising and Student Services Award, 2011-2012

8. ICE (Intercultural Competency and Experience) team-teaching opportunity

9. CLAS Important Dates

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  1. Student Academic Success Center/Tutoring Center Open House 

Come see the new and improved tutoring center!

Date: 09/28/2011

Time: 4:00—6:00PM

Location: Student Academic Success Center, STU 200

Refreshments provided. No RSVP needed.

If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Kozminski at kozminsa@gvsu.edu or (616) 331-3588.

 

 

  1. Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence (CSCE) newsletter

The newsletter of the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence can now be accessed from the CSCE website under “About Us”.  http://www.gvsu.edu/cms3/assets/FDB6679A-05F0-9F7C-24A6E4810152FE74/sept_oct_2011_final.pdf

  1. “Evolution for Everyone” Fall 2011 events (attachment)
  2. U.S. Sen. Carl Levin is scheduled to visit GVSU  - Sept 27, 4:00 p.m.

U.S. Sen. Carl Levin is scheduled to visit Grand Valley State University to speak to students on Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 4 p.m. in room 132 of Lake Huron Hall on the Allendale Campus. The event is open to GVSU faculty, staff and students.

For more information, contact GVSU News and Information Services at (616) 331-2221, or the GVSU Political Science department at (616) 331-2320 or plsdept@gvsu.edu.

  1. CUR Quarterly Call for Submissions (Fall 2012 issue), "Students as UR Change Agents"
     
    The theme of the Fall 2012 CUR Quarterly will be ‘Students as UR Change Agents.’  We seek 4 or 5 authors who can write articles that focus on how students' demand for, views about, and experiences in UR have resulted in lasting changes in institutional policies and practices.
     
    We encourage articles that explore, among other things:
  • How the results of student research projects on teaching and learning within disciplines have been used by their institutions when revising curricula or pedagogy;
  • How student voices / input have shaped undergraduate research programs or institutional policies that support them;
  • How institutions have structured opportunities for students, through research, to explore and offer solutions to defined institutional issues; and
  • How mentors of UR have been influenced to change their practices because of what they have learned from their students.
     
    If you are interested in contributing an article or vignette, please submit a short (300-500 word) prospectus describing the focus of your proposed article or vignette online at http://cur.networkats.com/members_online/submissions/substart.asp?action=welcome&cid=99 by October 15, 2011. Decisions on invitations for full papers will be made by November 1.
     
    Final articles will be about 2500 to 3000 words in length. The final text for review and editing must be submitted by December 15, 2011.
     
    Deadlines
    October 15, 2011   Short (500 words) prospectus of proposed article or vignette submitted online.

    December 15, 2011    Final text for review and editing submitted to Kelly McConnaughay (kdm@bradley.edu) and Janet Stocks ( jstocks@bw.edu)
     
  1. Grant Writing Workshop with David Bauer –Oct. 6 and 7

From Sponsored Programs: Grant Proposal writing and searching workshops

  • "How to Find and Win Government Grants" on Thursday, October 6, 2011
  • "How to Find and Win Corporate and Foundation Grants" on Friday, October 7, 2011

The workshops are both presented by David Bauer and are offered at no cost to GVSU faculty/staff/graduate students. Reserve your spot now!

Beverly Dickinson, Office of Sponsored Programs

Center for Scholarly & Creative Excellence

 

  1. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS–Outstanding Academic Advising and Student Services Award, 2011-2012

Nominations for the 2011-2012 Outstanding Academic Advising and Student Services Award are now being accepted. This Award, established in 2007-2008 by Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Gayle Davis, is given annually to recognize outstanding academic advising and service to students. The University Academic Advising Council Awards Subcommittee will select and recommend one faculty member (only tenure track faculty or affiliate faculty are

eligible) and one administrative professional as recipients to the Provost.

Nomination Forms and all supporting materials are due at the Student Academic Success Center, 200 STU by November 1, 2011 at 5 p.m. To review the Award Criteria and to download the appropriate forms, please visit the GVSU Advising website at www.gvsu.edu/advising.

 

  1. ICE (Intercultural Competency and Experience) team-teaching opportunity

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  1. CLAS Important Dates

Important Dates

Event

Location

Sept. 27

UAS’s General Education Discussions – Ethical Reasoning

11:00-11:50 a.m., 2263 KC

Sept. 28

Unit Head Meeting

3:00-5:00 p.m., 2215/2216 KC

Sept. 30

Request for promotion or early tenure during W2012 Personnel Action

Submit your completed form to dean’s office (B-4-232 MAK)

Sept. 30

UAS’s General Educations Discussions – Problem Solving

1:00-2:00 p.m., 127A DEV

Oct. 1*

Faculty Award Nomination Packets

B-4-232 MAK

Oct. 3

Budget Requests 2012-2013 due

Electronic to Pat Haynes (link to website forms)

Oct. 3

Round 1 Schedule due to UH (tentative)

 

Oct. 8

CLAS Alumni Board meeting

 

Oct. 10

Midterms begin. Banner opens for Midterm grading

 

Oct.12

Unit Head Meeting

3:00-5:00 p.m., 2215/2216 KC

Oct. 13

Inclusion Advocates and Champions Meeting (required)***

9:00-11:00 a.m., Loosemore Auditorium

Oct. 14

CLAS Faculty Research Colloquium

2:30-5:00pm. 308 PAD

Oct. 15

Sabbatical proposals due to UH

 

Oct. 15

Space Requests Due

(link to website form)

Oct. 18

Midterm grades due by noon

 

Oct. 26

Unit Head Meeting

3:00-5:00 p.m., 2215/2216 KC

Oct. 28

Distinguished Alumni-in Residence Luncheon**

 

Oct. 28

Unit Materials for candidates for promotion to professor due

Dean’s office

Oct. 29

CLAS Mindgating

at Homecoming Expo

Nov. 1

Nomination packets due Outstanding Academic Advising and Student Services Award

200 STU

Nov. 1

Sabbatical Proposals due to Dean’s office

B-4-232 MAK

*Oct. 1 falls on a Saturday, applications will be accepted through Monday, Oct. 3.

** by invitation only

***To maintain your certification, Inclusion Advocates and Champions are required to attend.

 

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