|Professional Development Workshops & Events|
The Center for Faculty Excellence works with faculty to design workshops and supports events that cover a broad range of programs to meet their needs.
Ms. Loan Nguyen presents: Instruction on Campus Guides: Software to Facilitate Teaching and Learning on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Room 8 Doherty Library.
Mr. Joe Goetz presents: How to Avoid Plagiarism through Proactive Prevention on Tuesday November 29 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Room 8 Doherty Library
Faculty Development Workshops
New Faculty Orientation welcomes the newest members of the UST faculty, providing them with talks and discussions on the mission of the University, the Catholic Intellectual tradition, and in-depth discussions concerning the UST tenure and promotion process and the instructional resources available to them. For more information, contact Dr. Dominic Aquila, VPAA at firstname.lastname@example.org or (713) 525.2164.
“Let’s Talk Teaching”
The monthly facilitated discussions are on the fourth Tuesday of each month: September 29, October 27 and November 17 from 12:30-1:30 pm in Room 8 Doherty Library. Lunch served.
- The Tuesday, September 29th discussion has been moved to Wednesday, November 2nd at 12:00pm.
Teaching Enhancement Grants and Faculty Development Mini-Grants
The Center provides support for faculty teaching endeavors through two grant opportunities.
Courage & Renewal
Parker Palmer’s writings, lectures, and research on the courage to teach is now part of a center: Courage & Renewal: Reconnecting Who You Are With What You Do. The Center for Faculty Excellence consults with the North Texas/Fort Worth office on programs and retreats for faculty. Contact Dr. Mary Kelleher at email@example.com and
The President Seminar Series
Each year the President’s Office hosts six lectures to showcase faculty research and to enhance interdisciplinary dialogue among the academic community. These events are open to students, staff and all others in the university.
UST Health Promotion and Wellness
The Office of Health Promotion and Wellness is committed to promoting healthy lifestyles and the well-being of individuals at the university. For more information, contact Jesselyn Purvey, Assistant Director at 713.525.3513.