The Center for Teaching and Learning partners with faculty, various departments, and organizations on faculty development initiatives throughout the academic year. Please review this page for both past and upcoming events!

  • 2023 GSU Faculty Professional Development Day

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    The GSU Faculty Professional Development Committee sincerely invites you to join the Faculty Professional Development Day on Friday, August 18, 9 am-4 pm. The theme is Faculty Learning Communities. The keynote speech entitled "The key to curricular coherence: Building and sustaining a faculty culture" starts at 10 am followed by 3 sessions/workshops in the afternoon. Please stay with us until the end of the event, so you have a chance to win a gadget.

    Friday, August 18, 2023
    9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    E-Lounge
    (In-person)
    Professional Development
    Day Agenda
    Registration closed
    Wednesday, August 17, 2023
  • American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU)

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    AASCU offers a suite of professional development and learning opportunities.

     

    Upcoming Webinars:
    AASCU Washington Policy UpdateMay 31, 2023
    11:00 AM CDT
    Presidents, chancellors, and government relations professionals seeking the latest news from Washington D.C. are invited to join the AASCU Government Relations team on Wednesday, May 31 from 12 p.m. – 1p.m. Eastern Time for a timely federal update. Stay up to date on congressional proceedings including FY24 appropriations, national debt ceiling negotiations, news regarding multiple regulations proposed by the Department of Education, and more!Registration no longer available
    Data Analytics Empower Accurate Academic Program EvaluationJune 13, 2023
    1:30 PM CDT
    In this webinar, you will learn how to analyze data from internal and external sources—including from students, employers, and other institutions—in order to make critical decisions about your program portfolio, increase enrollment, completions, and overall student success. You will gain an understanding of how to assess the reliability of data sources and how to proactively and efficiently collect data to optimize your institution’s program mix, course schedule, and resource allocation. Registration no longer available
    Available Podcasts:
    Reimagining the Value of Postsecondary EducationJune 8, 2023The new podcast series will deliver insights and perspectives into top-of-mind higher ed issues, including the value of a college degree, and showcase the transformative role AASCU institutions play as engines of social and economic mobility for the 3.2 million diverse students they serve.Listen Now
  • 5/18/2022 - Campus Technology Leadership Summit: Building a Digital Transformation Strategy

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    Campus Technology Virtual Summits are one-day virtual events offering a wealth of ideas, best practices and unbiased case studies focused on current tech trends in higher education. Sessions are moderated by our editorial team and feature presentations by educators, IT leaders, and experts in the field. All at no charge to the attendee!

    A digital transformation journey starts with assessing the state of Dx within your institution, imagining what's possible and then setting goals to get there. In this free, one-day event, education and IT leaders will offer ideas and best practices based on expertise and research in the field, to help inform your digital transformation strategy.

    Agenda:
    Session 1: 9am - 9:45am PT: What Digital Transformation Means in Higher Ed
    Session 2: 10am - 10:45am PT: Enabling the Digital-First Campus
    Session 3: 11am - 11:45am PT: Taking Digital Learning Beyond the New Normal
    Bonus Session: 12pm - 12:30pm PT: Tackling Dx Challenges

    Registration no longer available

  • 6/9/2021 - Connected Faculty Summit

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    While we prepare for the Summer and Fall semesters, we wanted to mention a FREE virtual conference that was sponsored by Arizona State University. View the on demand resources universities have come across for effective ways on engaging students and blended learning.

    For more information regarding the Connected Faculty Summit, hosted by Arizona State Univeristy, please view the The Remote Summit website.