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Advice for New Faculty: When the Road Less Travelled Ends in Thorns

For many clinicians, the path of medicine is a comfortable one—well-worn, made by many feet before your own. From college to residency and beyond, the courses to take, exams to pass, and applications to fill out have been laid out for us in a nice, orderly path. 660 more words

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SHSU Online Faculty Development Update - July 2017

July always seems like it should be a slow month.  It is smack dab in the middle of the summer and the heat alone makes you want to take a breath and find some shade.  600 more words

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"Unconference" Provides Unusual Setting to Discuss Educational Transformation

On Wednesday, June 21st through Friday, June 23rd, Lehigh hosted the 2017 Educational Transformers Unconference, sponsored by the University and Big Beacon.  The event took place on Lehigh’s Mountaintop campus, and the CCE sent Director Sarah Stanlick and Undergraduate Fellow Katie Barr to participate.  245 more words

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Infographic: ELI’s 2016 Key Issues in Teaching and Learning | EDUCAUSE

When you have a virtual brain trust’ at the ready, you don’t squander an opportunity to uncover what challenges or new areas are reshaping your discipline. 14 more words

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Faculty Development 4,000 Miles From Home

On Friday, May 19, Noëmi and I went to a faculty development conference at Microsoft’s Dutch office in Amsterdam. The conference was organized specifically for teachers from the college networks. 621 more words

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Faculty International Field Seminar to Central America: May 20 - June 4, 2017

In 2014, the Office of International Education at Harper College implemented its first 3-year cycle of interdisciplinary programs and area studies centered around a region of the world. 351 more words

The Other Side: One Faculty Member’s Experience with Administration

By Nicole P. Foran

“I want to be an administrator when I grow up,” said no child, ever. Can you blame them? The spotlight in higher education has always been on the professors, the educators, the… 730 more words

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