Adjunct Faculty Workshop wrap-up

Busy lives and chilly winter weather February 10 didn’t stop 23 adjunct faculty members representing multiple academic units from participating in the spring LTC Adjunct Faculty Workshop.  Several faculty attended an optional hour-long session on technology and learned new ways to use Isidore.  Following lunch, Tiffany Taylor Smith (Office of Diversity and Inclusion) and Allison Leigh (Office for Mission and Rector) facilitated a session on our Marianist traditions and equity. Academic Senate Adjunct Faculty Representative Marguerite Wallace (Psychology) gave an update on Academic Senate work, and LTC Faculty Development Fellows Suki Kwon (Art & Design) and Kenya Crosson (Civil & Environmental Engineering) held a brief Sparkshop session on working with international students. The day closed out with a panel of student workers from the Office of Learning Resources to answer faculty questions about the resources and services they provide to students.  For more information about resources for Adjunct Faculty, contact Susan Brown (sbrown4@udayton.edu).
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