Faculty Center Site!
Baldwin Wallace University's Disability Services for Students (DSS) creates usable, equitable, inclusive learning environments for qualified students with disabilities by ensuring equal access to all University programs, services and activities. DSS works with students, faculty and staff in the development and implementation of appropriate accommodations while maintaining the academic standards and course integrity of Baldwin Wallace.
Baldwin Wallace supports responsible research which promises to increase knowledge and understanding, and encourages the highest ethical standards among BW researchers. To ensure these safeguards and standards are met, the Office of Responsible Research houses and Institutional Review Board (IRB) for the protection of human subjects and an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) for the protection of animal subjects.
Monday Morning Mentor
Week in and week out, these different programs, presented by respected academic peers, cover timely and relevant topics in only 20 minutes—long enough to provide actionable insights, but short enough to fit anyone’s schedule.
Baldwin Wallace uses an online course evaluation system, CoursEval™, for gathering and disseminating the results of student evaluation of instruction. Information and release schedule can be found on the Institutional Academic Assessment Blackboard Organization.
Faculty Development Grants
Faculty Development Committee:
A primary function of FDC is to review and recommend applicants for sabbatical and summer grant funding. Recommendations for sabbatical are completed and sent to the Provost early fall semester. Recommendations for summer grant funding are completed early spring semester.
*Please note that the FDC BlackBoard site is currently under construction. Please watch for update!
Learn more about Provost Stahl's communications by listening to his podcasts and then playing the Stahlism LINGO game. It is your opportunity to learn more about the University's initiatives while earning a chance to win a few prizes.
The Undergraduate Research and Creative Studies (URCS) at BW enables the partnership of a student and a professor in a creative, hands-on approach to learning. Our programs provide the student/faculty teams with the resources necessary to conduct research and in-depth projects in all fields.