FRCAE

Contact FRCAE

Phone: 716-614-4075
Fax: 716-614-6828
Email: FRCAE@niagaracc.suny.edu
Location: D-106 Suite
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00am - 4:00pm

Development Opportunities

On Campus Professional Development

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.

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

Spring 2020 Keynote Speaker

"To the Moon and Back Again: The Space Race, Buffalo-Niagara and the Impossible Task"

Since President Kennedy’s 1961 call to land a man on the moon, the story of the Apollo program has been streamlined and mythologized.  Seen now by many as a foregone conclusion, it is the one universally admired American accomplishment.  This talk will place the space race into the context of the 1950s and 60s. It will show how Kennedy’s audacious timeline required remarkable teamwork and sacrifice, highlighting the critical contributions from the Buffalo-Niagara Region, and it will try to explain why the moon landings did not lead to other manned space exploration.

Learn More and register here! http://www.niagaracc.suny.edu/frcae/space-race.php

Spring 2019 Keynote Speaker

"Garden Myth Busting: How to Weed Through the Internet"

Save time, money, and your back when Carolyn separates gardening fact from fiction when she presents “Garden Myth Busting: How to Weed through the Internet”. Science has evolved, but the Internet keeps spreading garden myths that cost you time, money, and can harm your landscape. This talk will help you understand what works and what doesn’t in a science-based, environmentally friendly and fun talk focusing on sustainable best practices for your home garden. You might be surprised. Join us for a plant scientist’s look at the gardening do’s and don’ts going viral on Facebook, Pinterest, and other gardening websites. Your gardening questions will be answered as time allows.

Learn More - www.niagaracc.suny.edu/frcae/garden.php

Off Campus Professional Development

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

SUNY CONFERENCE on Instruction and Technologies (CIT) information coming soon

SUNY Center for Professional Development

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