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Current Faculty Development Events

View the full Spring 2019 Faculty Development Events Schedule

Questions about faculty development events? Contact Kara Luckey

Past Faculty Development Events

2018-19 Academic Year 

Faculty Development Events

'Celebrating Research at UW Tacoma' Events

  • Winter 2019 Publish and Flourish - Videos  
  • Fall 2018 Faculty Research Lightning Rounds (November 1) - Videos  
  • Fall 2018 Global Lightning Rounds (November 15) - Videos  

    2018-19 Faculty Development Event Schedules

    2017-18 Academic Year 

    Faculty Development Events

    • A Year of Teaching Squares: How Cross-Disciplinary Peer Observations Improve Your Teaching (May 31) - Slides, Report
    • Institutional Review Board with Bailey Bodell (May 24) - Slides
    • Fulbright Information Session (May 17) - Slides
    • Promoting Resilience/Growth Mindset: Best Practices to Support Student Success (May 8, hosted by School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences) - Presentation
    • Writing Center as a Teaching Resource for Faculty (April 23) - Slides
    • Research Administration 101 (February 1) - Slides
    • Royalty Research Fund (RRF) Proposals (January 25) - Slides, Handout
    • Preventing Plagiarism (January 23) - Slides
    • Introduction to Proposal Writing (October 26) - Slides
    • Institutional Review Board (IRB) Submissions (October 19) - Slides
    • Research Funding (October 12) - Handouts
    • National Science Foundation (NSF) Day (October 6) - Workshop Summary
    • Early Career Funding Opportunities (October 4; UW Seattle Office of Research) - Slides

    'Celebrating Research at UW Tacoma' Events

    • Spring 2018 Faculty and Undergraduate Research Presentations - Videos 
    • Winter 2018 Publish & Flourish - Videos 
    • Fall 2017 Faculty Research Lightning Rounds (November 2) - Videos 
    • Fall 2017 Global Lightning Rounds (November 16) - Videos 

    2016-17 Academic Year

    Faculty Development Series

    Other Faculty Development Resources