Faculty Resource Network

Monday, October 22, 2007 (Around 7 years ago)

Faculty Enrichment Seminars

The Faculty Resource Network hosts a series of week-long intensive seminars designed to enhance the teaching and scholarship of participants at their home institutions. Often held concurrently, the individual seminars showcase an array of topical areas encompassing the liberal and performing arts, physical and social sciences, and business and health professions, and are convened by a diverse range of scholars from across the country. During the week, participants engage in focused discussions, review current literature, and participate in field trips and interactive learning sessions. Topics are traditionally determined through consultation with senior administrators at Network institutions, who suggest areas that are perceived to be most beneficial to faculty. Interested faculty must apply to the seminars, and participation is limited to approximately 25 per seminar in order to ensure a focused, collegial experience.

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