New Faculty Scholars

The New Faculty Scholars (NFS) program integrates several professional development opportunities to enhance new faculty success by increasing their knowledge of Auburn’s institutional culture and supporting interdisciplinary mentoring and informal networking opportunities.

Location varies, please see the New Faculty Scholars website for details.

New Faculty Scholars

The New Faculty Scholars (NFS) program integrates several professional development opportunities to enhance new faculty success by increasing their knowledge of Auburn’s institutional culture and supporting interdisciplinary mentoring and informal networking opportunities.

Location varies, please see the New Faculty Scholars website for details.

New Faculty Scholars

The New Faculty Scholars (NFS) program integrates several professional development opportunities to enhance new faculty success by increasing their knowledge of Auburn’s institutional culture and supporting interdisciplinary mentoring and informal networking opportunities.

Location varies, please see the New Faculty Scholars website for details.

New Faculty Scholars

The New Faculty Scholars (NFS) program integrates several professional development opportunities to enhance new faculty success by increasing their knowledge of Auburn’s institutional culture and supporting interdisciplinary mentoring and informal networking opportunities.

Location varies, please see the New Faculty Scholars website for details.

Teaching at Auburn – New Faculty and GTA Orientation

Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning is proud to offer a teaching-focused New Faculty and GTA Orientation.

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This event will be held in person on Thursday, January 6th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in Mell 3550. Lunch will be provided to registrants. All new and new-ish faculty and graduate students are welcome to attend. We also welcome returning faculty and graduate students who feel like this event would be beneficial to their teaching or professional goals.

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In this event you will:

  • Learn about important Auburn teaching policies
  • Familiarize yourself with the expectations of your role at Auburn as a new faculty member or a new graduate student
  • Break out for small group activities relevant to your role: new faculty, STEM GTAs, or humanities, social sciences, or arts GTAs
  • Identify key resources to support your teaching and professional development
  • Ask and receive answers to your questions

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New GTA’s and any graduate student who will be teaching that has not attended an Auburn University teaching orientation before.

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Register for the Spring Orientation: https://auburn.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a02tYcoc1Pispn0

Please review our Canvas resource page in order to prepare for this Orientation. There is a wealth of information and resources to get you started in planning and preparing for your classes.

 

Questions? Contact: biggio1@auburn.edu

New Faculty Scholars

The New Faculty Scholars (NFS) program integrates several professional development opportunities to enhance new faculty success by increasing their knowledge of Auburn’s institutional culture and supporting interdisciplinary mentoring and informal networking opportunities.

Location varies, please see the New Faculty Scholars website for details.

SoTL Learning Community

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) is the systematic study of teaching and learning. It brings a research lens of systematic and reflective inquiry to the classroom practice aimed to improve teaching and student learning. It is also referred to as “classroom research” or “teaching research.” Biggio faculty fellows will facilitate SoTL FLC as a reading group in fall 2021 and spring 2022. This group will meet biweekly throughout the semesters.

Please see the Faculty Learning Communities site for full details and locations.

New Faculty Scholars

The New Faculty Scholars (NFS) program integrates several professional development opportunities to enhance new faculty success by increasing their knowledge of Auburn’s institutional culture and supporting interdisciplinary mentoring and informal networking opportunities.

Location varies, please see the New Faculty Scholars website for details.

SoTL Learning Community

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) is the systematic study of teaching and learning. It brings a research lens of systematic and reflective inquiry to the classroom practice aimed to improve teaching and student learning. It is also referred to as “classroom research” or “teaching research.” Biggio faculty fellows will facilitate SoTL FLC as a reading group in fall 2021 and spring 2022. This group will meet biweekly throughout the semesters.

Please see the Faculty Learning Communities site for full details and locations.