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February 2019

Tenure/Promotion: “What if you need an External Reviewer? (or a candidate in your department does) Do you have Questions?”

When:  Wednesday February 6, 2019, 9:30 to 10:30 am
Where: Memorial Hall, room 169  

Q & A session:

Jim Newell, Provost, Kevin Dahm, Senate T&R Chairperson, and Bonnie Angelone, Director of the Faculty Center will be holding a question and answer session about acquiring an external reviewer for tenure candidates AND those thinking about promotion to full. This can be useful for Department Chairs/Heads and even committee members. Anyone interested is welcome! 

To register, click here. To see the registration page properly, be sure to sign into Google Drive with your Rowan credentials (you might have to sign out of all other Google Drives).

The Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award 

The purpose of the award is to honor one permanent faculty member with an outstanding record of teaching and a sustained record of commitment to student learning. Application deadline is February 13, 2019. Award amount: $4000.00 The award is presented at a ceremony in April. 

Mid-Semester Focus

MSFs for Spring 2019 will be conducted weeks 6, 7, and 8 for those interested.
Space is limited.
Week 6 is February 25 through March 1
Week 7 is March 4 through March 8
Week 8 is March 11 through March 15
 
Please use this link to signup using your Rowan username & password. Note: You might have to sign out of other Google accounts.

For questions, please contact Natalie Kautz (kautzn@rowan.edu) in the Faculty Center.

Faculty Online Teaching Course - Spring Session

February 12-April 8, 2019 

The Faculty Center and Rowan Online are please to announce that registration for the Spring Faculty Online Teaching (FOT) course is now open. To register, go to https://marketplace.rowanonline.com/store/events/items/18426 "Seating" is limited.

Contact Carla Sbrana at sbrana@rowan.edu with questions.

Faculty Center Presents: Magna Mini-series - Motivating and Engaging Generation Z Learners

Tuesday, February 12 at 2:00 pm
Memorial Hall Rm 169 (ATTIC)

Upon completion of this seminar, you’ll be able to:

  • A stronger understanding of who Generation Z is
  • Important contexts that shape this generation
  • Insights on how to motivate, engage, and connect with the students and learners that inhabit the environments in which you teach and lead

To register use this form with your Rowan username & password. Note: You might have to sign out of other Google accounts.

Department Committees and Chairs/Heads T&R Information Session 

WHO: All Department Chairs/Heads AND T&R committee members, please consider attending.
WHEN:  Tuesday, February 26, 2019, 3:30 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
WHERE: the ATTIC (in Memorial Hall, Room 169)

RSVP: use this link SESSION RSVP. Be sure you are logged in to Google with your Rowan credentials.

The University Senate, in cooperation with the Provost's Office, will be offering a T&R information session - FOR Department committees & chairs/heads! Senate T&R chair, Kevin Dahm, will present a short program on the T&R process and preside over Q&A.



March 2019

Information Session for T&R (Tenure and Recontracting) for Candidates

Friday, March 1, 2019
10-11 am
Memorial Hall room 169

Senate T&R chair, Kevin Dahm, will present a short program on the T&R process and preside over Q&A. Register here.  Be sure you are logged in to Google with your Rowan credentials.

Faculty Center Presents: Magna Mini-series -Student Technology Skills: Expectations vs. Reality

Wednesday, March 6 at 9:30 am
Memorial Hall Rm 169 (ATTIC)

Upon completion of this seminar, you’ll be able to:

  • Understand expectations vs. reality when it comes to the technological competency of students entering higher education
  • Recognize the need for more thorough and specific digital competency education in academia
  • Discuss employer expectations of students coming into the workforce and the disconnect that exists between expectations and reality as students leave higher education

To register use this form with your Rowan username & password. Note: You might have to sign out of other Google accounts.

 

Spring Break - March 18 - 23, 2019  

Faculty Center Presents: Magna Mini-series - Strategies for Enhancing Engagement and Collaboration in Large Online Course

Thursday, March 28 at 2:00 pm
Memorial Hall Rm 169 (ATTIC)

Upon completion of this seminar, you’ll be able to:

  • Understand evidence-based strategies for creating and maintaining a cohesive online learning community in large size online courses
  • Clearly grasp new evidence-based strategies for enhancing faculty presence in large size online courses
  • Know how to design learning activities to enhance active learning and engagement in large size online courses
  • Be fully prepared to evaluate and implement technology effectively to facilitate student learning and engagement in large size online courses

To register use this form with your Rowan username & password. Note: You might have to sign out of other Google accounts.


 

April 2019

Rowan Teaching Connection (RTC) Spring Mini-Conference TBA

 

Faculty Center Presents: Magna Mini-series - TBA

 

 


May 2019

The Wall of Fame Awards 

The Faculty Center is honored to uphold the 23rd annual Wall of Fame event to be held on:

Thursday, May 2, 2019
12:30pm - 1:45pm
Eynon Ballroom, Chamberlain Student Center

The Wall of Fame is one of Rowan’s most beloved traditions as it recognizes faculty and professional staff who have had a significant impact on the learning and overall development of students at Rowan University.

Faculty Online Teaching Course - Summer Session

June 4-July 29, 2019
If interested, contact Carla Sbrana at sbrana@rowan.edu for more information. To register, go to the Rowan Marketplace.


June 2019 

6/30/19 - Frances Johnson Junior Faculty Innovation in Teaching Application Due

The Frances S. Johnson Junior Faculty Innovative Teaching Award was established by Dr. Sanford Tweedie to recognize junior faculty who challenge their students in unique, important and interesting ways. This award is presented during New Faculty Orientation in August. Application deadline June 30, 2019. Award amount: $350.00 plus $500.00 educational materials stipend.