Faculty Resource Center for Academic Excellence
 
 

Development Opportunities

On Campus Professional Development Opportunities

The center offers a variety of workshops and presentations for professional development and personal growth. As a faculty member you will receive alerts through campus email regarding upcoming opportunities. Topics vary from semester to semester.

Click on the link below to explore this semester’s offerings.

  • Workshops throughout the year
  • Best Practices in the Classroom
  • Teaching and Learning Series
  • Teaching and Learning workshops
  • Divisional Programming

Off Campus Professional Development Opportunities

The center provides information on upcoming professional development opportunities, these opportunities are listed on the following pages. Topics vary from semester to semester.

Click on the link below to explore the current offerings.

Conferences

Expanded list of conferences to be added

SUNY CONFERENCE on Instruction and Technologies (CIT) 2014 Registration is Now Open!

Registration is now open for CIT 2014 scheduled for May 27–30 on the campus of Cornell University, Ithaca, New York..

Register Early & Save!  

The Conference on Instruction & Technology (CIT) is SUNY's largest and most prominent event on instructional technology in educating, providing a forum for faculty, instructional support professionals, and policymakers to present, discuss, and explore innovative avenues for integrating technology into the teaching and learning environment.

The theme for CIT 2014 Objects in the Mirror are Closer than they Appear:  Reflection, Innovation, and Learning, is supported by the following tracks:  

  • Learning Design: Creating a Quality Learning Environment
  • Engaging Students in a Virtual world
  • Opening SUNY
  • Collaborating Across the System and Beyond
  • Strategies on Assessment of Learning

Scholarships Available!  FACT2 will award a limited number of $100 Scholarships to attend CIT.  Please refer to the ‘Scholarship’ link on the CIT website for additional information and instructions on how to submit your ‘Statement of Interest’.

We are members of the SUNY Center for Professional Development (CPD) can use their points to pay for registration, workshops and on-campus housing! Contact Lillian Passanese passanli@niagaracc.suny.edu or visit D 121 for point information. 

To register for CIT and for additional conference information, visit the CIT website at www.cit.suny.edu/ and select ‘CIT 2014’.

SUNY Center for Professional Development (CPD)

SUNY Center for Professional Development (CPD) is a collaborative central resource for the SUNY Community providing access to high quality professional development opportunities focused on the latest trends and established best practices in higher education to enhance the capability of SUNY faculty and staff and increase SUNY’s competitive advantage.

The CPD will provide a full complement of professional development programs, training and services to key target audiences on its member campuses and across the SUNY community. Key target audiences include:

  • Faculty and instructional support staff
  • Technical staff
  • Campus leadership and administration

SUNY Center for Professional Development

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