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Faculty Affairs and Development

Faculty Development Opportunities

The Office of Faculty Affairs & Development have created new development programming for our faculty in the areas of professional development, research development, and teaching and education development.  Programs in these three tracks will be offered on a monthly basis during the academic year. For a complete listing of development programs being offered 2016-2017, please click here.


September 5, 2017        Reappointment, Promotions & Tenure 
Facilitator: Alex Lentsch, PHD
Time:  12:00pm - 1:00pm
Room:  MSB 3352
Learning Objectives:       1) Understand RPT guidelines and processes 
                                        2) Identify the requirements for each level of career advancement 
                                        3) Develop a plan to reach the necessary milestones for career advancement 
                                        4) Understand and avoid common mistakes made during the RPT process 

September 26, 2017       Crafting Learning Outcomes 
Facilitator:  Pamela Baker, PHD
Time:  12:00pm - 1:00pm
Room:  MSB 3352
Learning Objectives:  1)  Explain how you will apply Backward Design to your course (and the value-added)
                                   2)  Identify & explain what you want your students to be able to do or understand five
                                        years from now
                                   3)  Explain the rationale for Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
                                   4)  Review examples of before & after SLOs
                                   5)  Draft SLOs for your Course/Learning Event

CCHMC's Office of Academic Affairs and Career Development Leadership Development Workshop

Leading Up, Down and Across Generations

Date:     August 16,2017
Time:     8:30 am -12:00 pmSticking Points
Location: Children's "D" Building, 2nd floor, Room 40
Facilitator: Scott Steel MA, MEd

CCHMC - Program Manager, Leadership Development 
By participating in this workshop, you will:
• Gain an understanding of the 4+ Generations in the workforce today
• Learn a process to utilize when bumping up against generational differences
• Identify generational "sticking points'' you experience and create ways to get unstuck 
This workshop will be based on a number of resources including the book "Sticking Points How to 
Get 4 Generations Working Together in the 12 Places They Come Apart
" By Haydn Shaw

Please rsvp to  if interested in attending

Prabir Roy-Chaudhury, MD, PhD

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