Faculty Lunch and Enrichment Series
Faculty Lunch Series
The Teaching and Faculty Support Center hosts two lunch programs.
- The New Faculty Lunch Discussion is focused on faculty with less than three years of experience.
- The Not So New Faulty Discussion is designed for faculty with more than three years of teaching experience.
The lunch and the program are free to faculty, but a reservation is needed to secure your meal order.
Faculty Enrichment Series
The Teaching and Faculty Support Center in collaboration with the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Enhancement offers the Faculty Enrichment Series. Program topics can be found on the Office for Faculty Development and Enhancement website.
All Faculty Reading Day
The Teaching and Faculty Support Center hosts a campus-wide gathering of faculty for lunch and a special program on teaching related topics.
Winter Teaching Symposium
The Teaching and Faculty Support Center hosts the Winter Teaching Symposium, a half-day event to start off the Spring semester. Beginning with breakfast and remarks by campus administrators, a topical program is offered and followed by a variety of faculty-lead breakout sessions.
The Teaching and Faculty Support Center hosts Teaching Camp where faculty spend time reflecting on teaching, engaging with other teachers, and jumpstarting the academic year. Camp is an informal 2-3 day opportunity to focus on one or more aspects of teaching in a relaxed, offsite venue. Applications are required, so watch your mailbox in the spring for details. Camp is usually offered in August.
Getting Credit for Attending Events
The University of Arkansas asked faculty to report their activity using Faculty Information Systems. Here is a short video on how to enter your event into the FIS program. If you are appying for the Faculty Commendation, you will need to submit those events by email.