SPRING/SUMMER 2012 EVENTS


EVENT CALENDAR

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REGISTER FOR AN EVENT

To register, visit the seminar registration site.

MONTHLY CALENDARS

May June July August


EVENT LISTING

Date Location Title Presenter Description
Mon-Fri.
April 30 -
May 4
9-5
Fred Meijer Center for Writing

120 LOH
Week-Long Faculty-Staff Writing Retreat Link to register Work on your dissertation, book manuscript, article, or other writing project in a quiet space with support from the Writing Center. Lunch and snacks provided. Register by April 15.
Wed-Thurs.
May 2, 12p
through
May 3, 3p
Pierce Cedar Creek Institute
Hastings, MI
The 14th Annual Teaching Life Retreat: Faculty at Mid-Career: Reflection, Celebration, Inspiration Christine Rener

Dana Munk

Pew FTLC
Come to the retreat for reflection and dialogue around teaching. You will have the opportunity to interact informally with a small group of colleagues from a range of disciplines.
Mon-Fri. June 4-8 303C DEV Personnel Portfolio Workshops Pew FTLC Staff Working closely with faculty mentors, participants will compose their Integrative/Reflective Statement and prepare other supporting materials for the portfolio in accordance with their college and unit personnel policies.
Thurs, Fri, Mon, Tues. June 21, 22, 25, 26 1142 KC Personnel Portfolio Workshops Pew FTLC Staff Working closely with faculty mentors, participants will compose their Integrative/Reflective Statement and prepare other supporting materials for the portfolio in accordance with their college and unit personnel policies.
Mon-Fri.
Aug 6-10
9-5
Fred Meijer Center for Writing

120 LOH
Week-Long Faculty-Staff Writing Retreat Link to register Work on your dissertation, book manuscript, article, or other writing project in a quiet space with support from the Writing Center. Lunch and snacks provided.
Thurs.
Aug 9
9 - 4
2270 KC New Faculty Institute Excellence in Teaching Award Winners This workshop is open to all new tenure-track, affiliate, and visiting faculty and is specifically designed to introduce useful pedagogical strategies to help new faculty get off to a great start in the classroom. For more information and to register, please contact us at ftlc@gvsu.edu.

Wed.
Aug 15
7:45 - 3:15


Thurs.
Aug 16
8 - 3

AM - KC
PM - The Connection
(Allendale)

AM - EC,
2nd Floor
PM - DEV
(Grand Rapids)
New Faculty Orientation   New Faculty Orientation is for all new tenure-track, visiting, and affiliate faculty. More specific Information will be sent directly to individuals.
Fri.
Aug 17
9 - 12
111D DEV New Part-time Faculty Orientation   The Part-time Orientation introduces recently hired faculty to the mission, vision, and values of GVSU, technology resources, the library system, and other resources to support your teaching. It also provides helpful guidance in course planning.
Fri.
Aug 17
1 - 4:30
138E DEV Part-time Academy Part-time
Faculty
Part-time Academy is a set of practical, teaching-focused sessions organized specifically around the needs and interests of part-time faculty. Visit the Part-time Academy webpage for more information about this opportunity.
Fri.
Aug 17
4:30 - 6
Hager-Lubbers Exhibition Hall
105E DEV
Part-time Reception   Join us for a welcome back reception and an opportunity to meet colleagues.

Wed.
Aug 22
8:30 - 3:10

215 Eberhard Center 18th Annual Fall Teaching Conference

Dr. Karen Swan, University of Illinois

GVSU Faculty

The theme of the 2012 conference is Educational Technologies and Unplugged Strategies to Promote Deep Learning. Dr. Karen Swan, James J Stukel Professor of Educational Leadership from the University of Illinois, will speak about educational technologies that really work and a range of GV faculty will describe how they facilitate student learning with and without technology.  Please register and join us.
Fri.
Aug 24
11:30
Field House Fall Convocation   Campus wide picnic follows the ceremony.

 

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