No more forms, copies, and signatures! Simply respond to this survey and your request for faculty development support will be received. Guidelines for your submission can be found here. You can also download the Travel Expense Report as well (must login to MyCarroll).
This year's Fall Faculty Retreat focused on change. The FDC plans to follow up the conversation with events throughout the year. Let us know if you would like to participate or if you have ideas about how to continue this important dialogue.
The FDC sponsors Carroll's Faculty Mentorship Program for new faculty! Check out our discussion boards here
Interested in becoming a mentor? Contact the FDC!
Faculty, download the Carroll travel, entertainment and miscellaneous expense report form from MyCarroll. (You must login using your Carroll ID and password.)
Get more information on external professional development opportunities.
Congratulations to the following faculty members, each of whom won the following awards and grants:
Teacher of the Year: Bob Swartout, History
Scholar of the Year: Brian Matz, Theology
Jerry Berberet Summer Research and Writing Grants:
Competitive Course Releases:
Please join in on the conversations about teaching at the teaching circle, scheduled for 12:30-1:50 in the Maronick Boardroom in the Cube (formerly, the Rogers Boardroom) unless otherwise noted.
Check back this fall for upcoming Teaching Circle opportunities. For more information, contact Virginia Cooper at email@example.com.
Below are the presentations for the 2013-2014 academic year. All colloquia will be held at 4pm in the Maronick Board Room.
September 27th: Russ Cargo presents on "Charity in America: How Philanthropy, Law, and the Middle Class Formed and Funded America's Nonprofit Sector"
October 25th: Brandon Sheafor presents on "The Natural History, Physiology, and Conservation of North American Pikas (Ochotona pinceps)"
January 31st: (TBA)
March 28th: (TBA)
November 13th: Faculty Development forum: From the Stage to the Lab: Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creativity across the Curriculum. This forum will be from 4-5 pm in the Trinity Lounge.
Check back here for an update on the 2013-2014 forums. If you have a topic or an idea that you'd like to submit for the forums, please contact the Faculty Development Committee.
Join us in the heart of the Rocky Mountains on the campus of Carroll College as we gather to talk about, learn, discuss and enhance our use of Moodle. Unlock the secrets of Moodle! For more information, see the Mountian MoodleMoot website.