LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

 SPRING  2016
February 2

Libraries presentation

Steven Hunt from the BioSciences library, and Suzan Hahn of the Rasmuson library will discuss the services the libraries on campus provide for faculty and students.

1:00-2:00 pm

340 RASM

February 9

Office of Health & Counseling/Veterans Resource Center

Mary Matthews, director of disabilities, will talk on how to work with students with disabilities, and on the American with Disabilities Act. Walter Crary, the veterans service officer, will talk about the services of his Center. Q & A will follow.

1:00-2:00 pm

340 RASM

February 10

How to Deconstruct a Funding Opportunity Announcement

The Office of Grants & Contracts Administration.

A Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is a publically available document that a sponsor uses to declare its intentions to award discretionary grants or cooperative agreements, usually as a result of a competition for funds.  FOAs may also be known as Program Announcements (PA), Requests for Applications (RFA), Notices of Funding Availability (NFA), Solicitations, or other names depending on the agency and type of program. This session will review “standard” sections and proposal elements required by almost every FOA, regardless of project size.  


Learning Objectives:
•      To understand the standard sections and document specifications of an FOA
•      To understand agency-specific formats of FOAs
•      To identify key information and requirements of the FOA
•      To identify the UAF institutional requirements for submission
 
Audience: Faculty, staff, and students

2:15-3:15 pm

201 O'Neill building

February 16

Registrar's Office talk

Registrar Mike Earnest and Holly Sherouse will present on a variety of topics such as grading, academic scheduling, registration, student records and commencement. 

1:00-2:00 pm 340 RASM

February 23

Faculty Bullying in Higher Education?

UAA recently produced a video entitlted "Toxic Friday" a short video showcasing in story form several types of bullying and other toxic behaviors that commonly occur within academic departments.

Libby Roderick from UAA's Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence will give this presentation.Q & A session will follow.

12:30-2:30 pm in RASM 340

3:00-5:00pm Murie building auditorium

All are welcome!!

March 1

Mentoring Discussion "How Close is Too Close?"

Discussion leaders Sarah Hayes and Lori Gildehaus

1:00-2:30pm  Murie 130

March 8

 

 

Active Learning strategies in the classroom

Research shows that professors who want increased student learning should adopt active learning. I will define active learning, its value, how to implement and show six examples of active learning approaches.

1:00-2:00pm RASM 340

March 14-18SPRING BREAK
March 22 
March 29 
April 5

"Mentoring isnt just for Scientists"

Discussions leaders Sarah Hayes and Lori Gildehaus.

1:00-2:30pm  Murie 130

April 12 
April 19 
April 26 
May 3

Mentoring discussion "Diversity and Cultural Sensitivity" with leaders Sarah Hayes and Lori Gildehaus.

1:00-2:30pm Murie 130

  
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