Events

New Faculty Orientation - includes information on the Faculty Center's faculty orientation programs, as well as resources from past orientations such as downloadable PowerPoint presentations.

Winter Conference - features information on upcoming and past Faculty Center Winter Conferences, including an archive of past conference agendas and content.

Summer Conference - information on upcoming and past Faculty Center Summer Conferences, including an archive of past conference agendas and content.

GTA Programs - information on Faculty Center programs designed to enhance the professional development of Graduate Teaching Assistants at UCF.

Faculty Development Cohorts - information about opportunities for faculty to examine important and new topics in teaching and learning.

Other Programs - the Faculty Center's other programs include events such as Faculty Learning Communities, Teaching Circles, Book Clubs, Film Nights, and International Culture Nights. These events are not regularly scheduled, so check our calendar for details.

 

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Cynthia Hutchinson
College of Education Cynthia      Hutchinson I am a follower of Leo Buscaglia who prefers the term "educator" to "teacher." He explains that "educator" comes from the Latin term, "educare," which means to tend or support the growth of another. That is the role I hope to play in the lives of my students. I am careful to follow A. Bronson Alcott's ...

Denise Gammonley
College of Health and Public Affairs Denise  Gammonley My teaching is inspired by the work of Paulo Freire. I strive to create a sense of shared community within the classroom by promoting thoughtful dialogue, critical reflection, and acquisition of empirically based knowledge. My teaching goes beyond lessons about intervention strategies, research, and theory to inco...

Adele Richardson
College of Arts and Humanities Adele  Richardson Writing is everywhere in this 24/7 world we live in, but how and when it is produced is constantly changing. Students come into the university already doing a lot of writing and, for the most part, are keeping up with the evolving nature of creating texts outside the walls of academia. Yet, many of them view w...