Faculty Center for Teaching
Faculty Center for Teaching Conferences
FCT can offer funds to help support a faculty member’s participation in a teaching conference or teaching-related workshop of a larger meeting. Please contact Amy Hark if you are interested in attending a conference. We ask that you provide the following information to support your request:
- name of conference/workshop
- location and date(s) of meeting
- a brief description of the conference (website link would be fine)
- a brief statement (no more than a paragraph) on how youenvision
attendance at this workshop impacting your courses or otherwise affecting your professional development.
Teaching Conferences 2013-2014
A brief description of upcoming conferences highlighted by members of the Muhlenberg Faculty - please send ideas for this page to Amy Hark.
7 Principles for Smart Teaching with co-authors of the book How Learning Works
Temple University's 12th Annual Faculty Conference on Teaching Excellence will be held on Friday, January 17, 2014.
For more information, see http://www.temple.edu/tlc/programs/Faculty_Conference/main.htm
Lilly Conferences on College and University Teaching and Learning provide
opportunities for the presentation of the Scholarship of Teaching and
Learning. The Lilly National Conference in Bethesda, MD will be held May 29 - June 1, 2014. The conference theme is “Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning.” Registration
and call for proposals opens October 16. For more information, see http://lillyconferences.com/
Chautauqua Short Courses are an annual series of forums in which scholars at the frontiers of various sciences meet intensively for several days with undergraduate teachers of science. The courses provide an opportunity for invited scholars to communicate new knowledge, concepts and techniques directly to college teachers in ways which are immediately beneficial to their teaching. For a partial list of 2014 courses, see http://campus.udayton.edu/~physics/gkm/chau/