To support our exploration of challenges in the context of changing forms of scholarship, Drs. Emily Janke and Barbara Holland will act as conveners and facilitators of campus-wide dialogues on the important topic of Cultivating and Rewarding the Mosaic of Faculty Scholarly Talents & Contributions. UNCG is committed to supporting innovative and high impact faculty work. In the facilitated dialogues, faculty will discuss a common and rigorous approach to assessing the quality and impact of all forms of scholarly activities and products, including community-engaged scholarship.
This particular session is tailored for those in the School of Education and the University Libraries, however all sessions are open to all faculty. Reviewers of P&T candidate dossiers and department heads/chairs are especially encouraged to attend.
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Series Sponsors and Supporters: This series and other professional development opportunities and resources to support innovative and engaged pedagogies, scholarly agendas, and public service are offered by the Office of the Provost, the Institute for Community and Economic Engagement (ICEE), the Office of Leadership and Service-Learning (OLSL), and the Faculty Teaching and Learning Commons (FTLC).