HISPANIC SERVING INSTITUTION FORUM
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion invites all faculty, staff and students to its Hispanic Serving Institution Forum on January 31, 2018. Join the conversation as UCF continues to work towards creating and strengthening an inclusive HSI culture. This is an all-day event that will be held in the Cape Florida Ballroom at the Student Union. Session descriptions and registration information can be found at: https://diversity.ucf.edu/ucf-forum-hispanic-initiatives/. Faculty are encouraged to bring their classes to any of the sessions throughout the day or offer course credit for student attendance if forum content aligns with respective curriculum. Please direct all questions to Dr. Cyndia Muñiz at (407) 823-0524 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEWS FROM FACULTY EXCELLENCE
Calling all Non-Tenure Earning Full-Time Faculty
Hello! We are a leadership group within the Faculty Excellence Non-Tenure Earning (NTE) Communities professional development program. We are working with the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning to create a special section of the Faculty Focus publication that details the exemplary work of colleagues just like you! Our goal is to demonstrate how the NTE community at UCF makes significant and valuable contributions to the university’s strategic plan and creates high-impact learning experiences for our students. We also want to showcase the remarkable contributions our NTE faculty make to the greater Orlando community.
We hope to gather ten-to-fifteen articles from a variety of NTE colleagues across campus to be published in a special section of Faculty Focus in Fall 2018. To be eligible, you must be a permanent, full-time, non-tenure earning faculty member at UCF. Here’s a chance to show how our work collectively impacts the UCF community!
Guidelines for submission:
1) Name, title/rank, department, college, # of years at UCF, contact information (email/phone)
2) 100-200 word abstract detailing the article you propose to write (articles run 1000 to 1500 words)
Your abstract should:
Submit your abstract (or any questions) by February 9 to: Aimee deNoyelles at email@example.com. We hope to hear from you soon!
Claire Connolly Knox
College of Health and Public Affairs I am a passionate facilitator of engaging, reality-based learning that challenges a student's paradigm. In the fields of public administration and emergency management, the educational challenge of linking a student's theoretical knowledge with practical experience remains. While I am no longer a practitioner,...
College of Arts and Humanities If I were to encapsulate the most important principle in my teaching philosophy it would be that one must enjoy being a teacher in order to be a good one. I am passionate about education because I am a learner myself who believes that learning should be curiosity driven, active, and enjoyable, and should emphasize...
Cecilia Rodriguez Milanes
College of Arts and Humanities Ilove teaching. For me the classroom is aplace of excitement, energy, challenge and beauty. Many educational philosophies have influencedmy pedagogy, the most important of which is a student-centered and dialogicapproach. I strive to empower students,challenging them to become better critical thinkers, r...