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Faculty Development Center

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  • Hours

    • Monday-Thursday, 7:30 am – 9:00 pm

    • Friday, 7:30 am – 4:30 pm

    • Saturday, 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm

    • Sunday, 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm

     NOTE: Your keycard is required to access the Faculty Development Center

    Facilities and Amenities

    The Faculty Development Center is located on the north side of Livingston Lord Library, and serves as a gathering and collaborative space to foster excellence and continuous improvement in teaching and learning. It includes a Coordinator’s office, a multipurpose classroom/workshop space for up to 40 people, a conference room, a study carrel with numerous power outlets for computer usage (bring your own laptop or check one out from IT, who are our neighbors and share space with us) and an informal space for faculty interaction. There is a coffee/tea counter with a sink, microwave, crock pot, and a small fridge. Food and money donations are accepted to keep the pantry stocked.

    Please stop by!

    While we do have scheduled sessions each week, we also have unscheduled, informal space for faculty to visit at any time during our open hours. Please stop by to meet with other faculty, get some work done in a quiet setting, or just take a break in your day. 

  • Faculty Development Associate Teams for Fall 2017 Announced – Team 3

    Team Members: Nancy Stock, Jeremy Carney, and Geraldine Hendrix-Sloan Conference/Team Activity: Ireland Study Abroad Why did your team select this conference? Study abroad experiences are in high demand among applicants and current students in the SNHL programs. The nursing department was denied its request for a study abroad experience for AY 17-18. Nancy Stock, DNP […]

    Faculty Development Associate Teams for Fall 2017 Announced – Team 2

    Team Members: Dave Kramar, Sara Anderson, Alex Fogarty, and Paul Sando Conference/Team Activity: Esri Education Conference, July 8-11, 2018, and the International User Conference, July 9-13, 2018, both in San Diego, CA ( Why did your team select this conference? Our Faculty Development Associates team is an outgrowth of the emergence of the Center for […]

    Faculty Development Associate Teams for Fall 2017 Announced – Team 1

    Team Members: Mary Dosch and Brad Bachmeier Conference/Team Activity: Mosaic Artwork Instruction/Guidance from local artist Why did your team select this conference? With the goal of promoting more visual art on campus that represents MSUM and our students while also learning new art techniques, we would like to combine the efforts of the Visual Arts and the Psychology Programs. We already share endeavors offering the Art Therapy minor. What are your plans for collaboration? Our team, along with an MSUM Alumni artist who has done several mosaics, would like to create a mosaic on campus that would capture the ideas of Service Learning and Global Learning at MSUM.  Students that traveled to the Dominican Republic this past summer completed 5 days of Service Learning at the Mariposa Foundation, working on several mosaics. The Mariposa Foundation has the mission of empowering young girls through education to help end generational poverty. The  materials needed in our climate as well as the elaborate artwork that we would be doing need  further guidance. At this point, we do not know exactly where on campus we would place this art, but we do have administrative support.

    FDC Soup Recipe: Roasted Poblano and Black Bean Stew

    Roasted Poblano and Black Bean Stew Ingredients: 5 Poblano Peppers 3 T butter (or olive oil) 1 medium yellow onion 5-6 cloves of garlic Salt, pepper, cumin, and chili powder (to taste) ¼ C corn meal 2/3 C frozen (or fresh) white corn 4 C vegetable Stock 1 15oz can coconut milk 2 15 oz […]

    Faculty Development Center “Communities of Practice” Organizational Session 2:00 – 3:30pm Thursday, August 24th in the Faculty Development Center (LI 139)

    Come learn about Faculty Communities of Practice that are being organized through the Faculty Development Center this semester. Communities of Practice are groups of faculty who share a passion for and commitment to a particular aspect of their professional practice. These groups will meet together regularly (at least once a month) to learn from and […]

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