What is the Faculty Pedagogy Colloquium?
Faculty Pedagogy Colloquium are gatherings to share pedagogical research and classroom experiences in an open and supportive setting. Participants provide a 20-minute presentation of their research or project, then engage in a 30-minute discussion and feedback session with the audience. We especially encourage presentation of ‘in process’ research and projects and work in partnership with students.
When are Faculty Pedagogy Colloquium held?
Monthly meetings are scheduled each semester (September-November and February-April). Mid-day meetings allow us to informally interact over lunch before the presentations.
How do I present at the Faculty Pedagogy Colloquium?
Formal calls for colloquium topics go out to all faculty in August and January. However, you may submit a Faculty Pedagogy Colloquium proposal at any time.
Why should I attend the Faculty Pedagogy Colloquium?
Benefits to attending faculty and staff include:
- learning about innovative teaching strategies across the university
- meeting future teaching and research partners
- implementing new ideas into your own classes and work
Contact the Center for Teaching staff with any questions or ideas you have about the Faculty Pedagogy Colloquium.