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Peer-To-Peer Engagement

Faculty Learning Community (FLC)


An FLC is a group of faculty participating in an active, collaborative, semester-long program with a topic focused on enhancing teaching and learning and with activities that provide learning, development, the scholarship of teaching and learning, and community building.

Reading Circles

A READing Circle is a small self-regulated group of faculty and staff who meet once a month for fifty (50) minutes to discuss a common reading.  


 Interdisciplinary work benefits faculty through creating opportunities to engage in interesting research, expand teaching capabilities, and develop collaborative relationships, all while preparing our students to enter an increasingly complex world.  if you are interested in learning more about interdisciplinary work or the changing landscape of higher education that is increasing the need of this work- please join the Teams page here

Research Lunch & Learn

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The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs  provides a structure for individuals, both at the graduate and undergraduate levels, who would like to interact with colleagues to share and explore facets of faculty generated research.

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