Common Read Planning Session for Faculty
Workshop for Women in Academia
Understand how speech patterns may be effective or ineffective depending on the expectations and patterns of the person with whom one is interacting.
Assess voice and non-verbal signals and make changes to project greater authority.
Practice holding one’s ground while maintaining professional presence.
Use the technique of “stepping to their side” to disarm dissenters in discussing controversial topics.
Be able to explain the dilemma between authority and likability and distinguish communication strategies that promote greater power vs. greater congeniality,
Assessing HIPs for Equity Effects and for Equity's Sake
Winter 2014 Cloth Bag Series
Ongoing New Faculty Orientation Program
Classroom Management: Are Control and Flexibility Mutually Exclusive?
Please RSVP to Sandy Alberto at firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty Mentoring Program
Funding Opportunities - Applications being accepted!
- Ricardo Alfaro, Professor, Math and Maureen Tippen, Associate Professor, Nursing - Grant ($3,000) to support a reconnaissance trip to Peru to develop a study abroad opportunity
- Scott Caddy, Lecturer, English - Grant ($900) to support conference travel and presentation
- Dan Lair, Assistant Professor, Communication & Visual Arts - Grant ($900) to support conference travel and participation
- Danielle De La Mare, Assistant Professor, Communication and Laura McLeman, Assistant Professor, Math - Fellowship to support the design of SEC 200, "Community, Family, Self"
- Janelle Wiess, Lecturer, English - Fellowship to support the redesign of ENG 100, "College Learning Strategies"
Technology Information Sessions
easy forms with formassembly
FormAssembly is an easy-to-use form creation tool that makes data collection easy, and is available to UM-Flint faculty and staff. FormAssembly forms integrate with your Drupal website and may be able to do more than you realize. To help you use FormAssembly to its potential, ITS has scheduled beginner and intermediate training sessions. Both sessions will be held on February 24, 2014.
FormAssembly 101 - Monday, February 24, 1 – 2:30 p.m., 3153 WSW
In FormAssembly 101 we will cover the basics of creating a form, including:
- Creating a new form
- Adding different types of questions
- Form Sections
- Modifying form options
- Publishing forms
- Reviewing form responses
Register for FormAssembly 101
FormAssembly 201 - Monday, February 24, 2:30 – 4L00 p.m., 3153 WSW
In FormAssembly 201, we will cover more advanced topics, including:
- Advanced form options
- Form field validation
- Conditional Questions
- Calculated Fields
- Pre-filling form fields
- Using authentication with forms
- Sharing forms
Register for FormAssembly 201