2019 Annual Faculty Conference

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2019 Annual Faculty Conference Agenda

The conference took place on Friday, August 23, 2019.

Previous Orientation Session Resources

2019

Below is a list of presentations from the Faculty Conference. As we receive material we will post it here for your reference. Please click on the name of the presenter for a list of conference material. 

• Inclusive Classroom Practices to Increase Success and Retention of All Students. Angie Hodgson and Jenni Momsen (Biological Sciences).
• IVN-Landers: Life on the Margins. Experiences, Challenges, and Possibilities of Teaching Via Video Network. Erika Beseler Thompson, Sarah Crary, Nate Wood (Education), Andrea Huseth-Zosel (Public Health).
• Hosting Visiting International Scholars. Deborah Maertens, Tabitha Thomas (Faculty Immigration), Julie Garden-Robinson (HNES).
• Developing Proposal Budgets and Budget Justifications. Vicki Miller, Amy Scott (Sponsored Programs).
• Help! There’s a Problem in my Classroom: Managing and Referring Student Behavior Concerns. Casey Peterson, Emily Frazier (Dean of Students), Megan Talcott (SAPA), Emily McGann, Heather Higgins-Dochtermann (Equity).
• Dare to Lead: Faculty as Leaders. Jill Nelson (Human Sciences and Education, Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator).
• Sparking Entrepreneurship at NDSU. Scott Meyer (Business).
• Forget Finding Work-Life Balance – Create Work-Life Harmony! Jodi L. Tangen (Education).
• Recognizing and Supporting Students with Mental Health Concerns. William Burns (Counseling Center).
• History of NDSU. David Buchanan (Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources).
• Articulating Your Research Mentoring Philosophy. Abby Gold (Public Health), Brandy Randall (Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies).
• Using Technology to Promote Learning. Stephen Beckermann (ITS).
• Classroom Technology Announcements. Melissa Stotz, ITS.
• Mission, Service, Engagement Reflecting on Our Work in Public Higher Education. Holly Hassel (English).
• Developing and Maintaining a Productive and Impactful Research Program. Clay Routledge (Psychology).
• Student Recruitment and Retention. Merideth Sherlin, Seinquis Leinen, Gabriel Lindo-Ardila (Admissions).
• Navigating Conflict in Higher Education. Kristine Paranica (Ombud).
• Digital Scholarship. Joe Mocnik (Libraries), Jane Schuh (RCA).


 

2017


Content Delivery to Meet Your Instructional Goals

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Ten Teaching Tips from the First 10 Years Getting Started: Research and Grants at NDSU
Developing Proposal Budgets and Budget Justifications
Using NDSU Data Resources to Inform and Support Decision-Making
Bullying in the WorkplaceWorkplace Bullying
Getting Started: Research and Grants at NDSU
Setting the Stage: Getting Your Class Off to a Good Start
Navigating Difficult Conversations
Student Focused, Land-Grant, Research University - What Is That Thing in the Middle?
Smooth Sailing or Stormy Waters: Navigating Research Integrity and Compliance at NDSU
Open Educational Resources Initiatives at NDSU
Universal Design in the College Classroom - What Do We Know and What Do We Need?
Teaching a Global Student Community
Look Who's Coming to Your Classroom: NDSU Student Profile, Useful Resources and Strategies for Student SuccessStudent Success Presentation
Avoiding Burnout: Tips for Thriving (not just surviving) This School Year
Introduction to Blackboard
Experience Is What You Get Right After You Needed It: Taking on Leadership Roles In Academia


 

Student Success Collaborative Platform
Digital Measureshttps://www.ndsu.edu/provost/digital_measures/
Faculty Search Training
Mandatory Title IX/EO Training

 

2016

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Getting Started: Research and Grants at NDSU
Look Who's Coming to Your Classroom: NDSU Student Profile, Useful Resources and Strategies for Student SuccessStudent Success Handout
Giving FeedbackResponding to Student Writing
WikipediaWikipedia Presentation
Teaching a Global Student Community
Developing Proposal Budgets and Budget JustificationsBudget Development Presentation
Setting the Stage: Getting Your Class Off to a Good StartSetting the Stage Worksheet
Blooms Taxonomy Action Verbs
Constructing an Effective Syllabus
Using PIVOT for Customized Grant Searches and Your Expertise ProfilePIVOT Presentation
Bullying in the WorkplaceWorkplace Bullying
Quality Matters

Quality Matters Presentation
Instructions for Quality Matters

Teaching a Variety of Learners -- Accessibility and Universal Course Design
Development, Implementation, and Assessment of Active-Based Instruction - Maria Oliver-Hoyo, North Carolina State UniversityPresentation Highlights
Practical Suggestions
Activity
A Sinking Suspicion
Introduction to Blackboard
Ten Teaching Tips from the First 10 Years
Alone We Are Strong...Together We Are Stronger: Faculty, Staff, and Student Panel on Co-Curricular Opportunities
Copyright and Plagiarism in the Academy

PPT
CFW Instructional Support 
Outline for Creating Engaging Writing Assignments

Digital Measureshttps://www.ndsu.edu/provost/digital_measures/


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