aculty Development Seminars 2021-2022
|Date||Speaker||Topic/Title of seminar||Location|
|Thursday November 17, 2022 at 1:30pm||Dr. Terrie Vasilopoulos||Negotiation Skills for Career Success||Recording link: https://ufl.zoom.us/rec/share/NHCay5w4zVEdbCPFqiNlhbEHNowKT-QFMnIGLshFjQBxzq_ZwfhonJ21UOfhelPo.rGso2G8aOaxg4mHR?startTime=1668709545000|
|Thursday February 10, 2022 at 12pm||Hannah F. Norton, MS||Making the most of your library for evidence-based practice||TBD|
|Tuesday, January 18, 2022 at 12pm||Dr. Cara Yergen||Goal-setting strategies to maximize success||TBD|
|Friday, December 3, 2021 at 12pm||Dr. Regina Bussing, Dr. Amanda Janner, and Dr. Michelle Jacobs-Elliott||Getting Our ACT Together: Managing Seasonal Stress||TBD|
|Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at 12pm||Dr. Marybeth Horodyski and Dr. Paramita Chakrabarty||Building Your Research Team||Zoom link: https://ufl.zoom.us/j/95312163582?pwd=Q0tUL1Zvbk5mVjlpOEJKOXZLQjYyUT09Meeting ID: 953 1216 3582Password: 632081|
|Monday, June 7, 2021||Dr. Alice Rhoton-Vlasak||Exploring the Journey of Remarkable Women Who Paved Our Way to Practice Medicine||Recording link:https://ufl.zoom.us/rec/share/apstPv_qXviDmuIZ8SYBFpPInD4yNIVXHgtsAtHYmyydsQIDhOmCOHDavJV2nIGJ.F3ZpfFZvOl1TC0KQ?startTime=1623081036000Workshop Presentation|
|Monday, April 26, 2021||Dr. Ellen Zimmermann||Recording link:https://mediasite.video.ufl.edu/Mediasite/Play/6b116cb2bfa74e8fb8c39b1558cfd1bf1d||––|
|Monday, February 15, 2021||Dr. Jennifer Hunt||Recording link:https://ufl.zoom.us/rec/share/mL7DiWAk0PhwpGV26Bpq1-zIEW8RdEiS-1k2eHtUJi7sXmoE_RzqoAeJlV6b7NA_.a9_WD1WSEJ3EfHbe?startTime=1613407928000|
This series provides faculty the opportunity to explore emerging and perennial teaching and learning topics. These workshops are hosted by faculty who discuss different research-based strategies and methods that they’ve implemented in their own classrooms. Participants are encouraged to bring their lunch and enjoy a collegial setting in which to share ideas and connect with colleagues.
These resources speak to creating an environment that prepares students for productive discourse as well as classroom management techniques.