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Center for Faculty Excellence

The Center for Faculty Excellence is the University’s lead resource for teaching and learning support for faculty, staff, and graduate students. The CFE provides professional development workshops, consultations, web resources, learning communities, and more—all designed to help those involved in teaching to create an engaged and articulate learning experience for all BGSU students.

October Updates in the CFE

Save the Date!

The 2023 BGSU Teaching and Learning Summit will take place on May 10, 2023. The Summit will be held on campus in conference rooms located in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union. Information about the keynote speaker, and opportunities to present, will be forthcoming.

Introduction to Active Learning Classrooms

Are you scheduled to teach in an Active Learning Classroom in spring 2023 or interested in learning more about these rooms? The Introduction to Active Learning Classrooms workshop is a 90-minute hands-on experience that will prepare you to successfully use the technology to teach in these spaces. Please note that this workshop is not associated with the Active Learning Certificate program and you will not receive a certificate upon completion.

October 14, 2:00-3:30PM, Olscamp 106

NCFDD 14-Day Writing Challenge

Available from October 17th-October 30th, the 14-Day Writing Challenge gives you the opportunity to join an online community of academics, experiment with daily writing, and use the NCFDD’s special WriteNow platform. BGSU has an NCFDD Institutional Membership, which means most of its resources, on demand webinars, forums, podcast, and materials are free to BGSU faculty, administrators, grad students, and post docs.

19th Annual Virtual Faculty Colloquium
Cuyahoga Community College’s annual Faculty Colloquium provides an opportunity for faculty to engage in a day of professional development through dialogue and sharing of research, scholarly pursuits and effective teaching strategies. This virtual event will be open to faculty from Ohio's two- and four-year institutions.

Updated: 09/29/2022 02:21PM