Workshops Calendar

If you are unable to attend an event in person and would like to participate virtually, please inquire at fctl@ucf.edu about online options such as Skype or Adobe Connect.

May 2017 Calendar of Events

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

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Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Faculty Writing Club
 
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Alisha Janowsky
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Kristin G. Congdon
College of Arts and Humanities Kristin G. Congdon My approach to education is informed by my early and ongoing experiences teaching in a variety of settings. Besides working in public schools (elementary, middle, and high school), I have also taught art in correctional facilities, residential treatment centers, museums, Elderhostels and retirement homes. My stude...

Lindee Owens
College of Arts and Humanities Lindee  Owens Over the years, some things about my teaching have not changed. I always work hard to make that introduction to college relevant and rigorous. I badger and affirm students confident enough to question and volunteer, and use collaborative learning when a group’s strength cushions the personal risk that ac...