During the summer months, we here in the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning spent time talking about and reflecting on our work. In our discussions, we noticed that our conversations often came back to some aspect of relationships – be they relationships with each other, with you and your faculty colleagues, or with others within or outside of the Ferris community. Given the important centrality of relationships in our lives and work, we have chosen to make “Relationships” the theme for our work this year. This theme will inform and inspire our work, and provide a constant reminder of the importance of relationships in realizing the University’s Core Values of Collaboration, Diversity, Ethical Community, Excellence, Learning, and Opportunity.
We hope our work will create opportunities for you to reflect on, strengthen, and deepen your relationships with students, colleagues, and others within and outside of the Ferris community.
|Academic Service Learning||Word Doc Application|
|Our Kids Book Discussion Group||Contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Integrated Course Design Workshop Series||Google Forms Application Selection Criteria|
|Junior Faculty Fellows Program||Contact email@example.com PDF Selection Criteria|
|Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Course||Contact George Nagel at: Doctormindfull@gmail.com|
|Our Identities, Ourselves: De-privileging the Classroom||Application and Selection Criteria http://bit.ly/ouridentities|
|Political Engagement Project||Word Doc PEP Request for Funding Application|