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FROM: Summer Arrigo-Nelson RE: Call for members: FPD Teaching and Learning Subcommittee
Sent:
9/26/2013 2:37:22 PM
To: Faculty


The Teaching and Learning Subcommittee of the Faculty and Professional Development Committee is currently seeking up to three new committee members.  New members are expected to serve a three-year term and reflect the diversity of the CalU community.

 

Interested candidates should contact Summer Arrigo-Nelson (x5732, arrigonelson@calu.edu) for additional information.

 

 

Teaching and Learning Subcommittee

Purpose

In an effort to realize the goal of enhancing the mission of student learning, the Teaching and Learning Subcommittee will promote, advocate, develop and support an interest in and concern for the scholarship of teaching in individual faculty, departments, colleges, and the campus as a whole.  It will do this by determining faculty teaching needs; developing, arranging, and promoting opportunities and resources to encourage creative teaching; and providing a variety of means to offer recognition for excellence and scholarship in teaching.  The Teaching and Learning Subcommittee will also support, through its activities and awards, the University’s three core values of civility, integrity and responsibility.

 

Membership Stipulations

To qualify for membership on the Teaching and Learning Subcommittee, a person must be a faculty member of a department who is available to serve a three-year term and must show an interest in the improvement of teaching and learning. The subcommittee will consist of a maximum of 9 voting members. Selections will be made in favor of achieving a membership that reflects the diversity of the faculty. Members may serve two consecutive three-year terms. Upon expiration of the first three-year term of service, an outgoing member may re-apply for a subsequent three-year term of membership on the subcommittee.   To qualify for membership, a person must be a regular faculty member as defined in the current APSCUF contract language referring to faculty who are tenured or tenure-track. Other persons who are not regular faculty members, may serve on the subcommittee in an ex-officio capacity at the approval of the subcommittee membership.