What is CoRE?
Collaborative research and education (CoRE) is an important developing initiative for UNLV with the goal of fostering an improved campus culture for our faculty by supporting collaboration in both education and research. A more detailed description of the CoRE initiative and vision can be found at http://www.unlv.edu/news-story/collaborative-research-and-education-core-initiative-calls-faculty-input. CoRE is being developed in large part through campus input. As a first step to obtaining this input, the CoRE steering committee recently conducted a campus-wide survey. The results of this survey can be found at http://www.unlv.edu/news-story/results-faculty-survey-collaborative-research-and-education-core. As a follow-up to the survey, a CoRE Summit has been scheduled.
In an attempt to accommodate busy faculty schedules, two CoRE Summit meetings have been scheduled as identified below. It is not necessary to attend both meetings.
The summit will consist of a brief overview of our university context, the developing CoRE concept, and the results of the faculty/staff CoRE survey. Next, attendees will participate in two rounds of facilitated small group discussions. The summit will then close with a summary of the breakout discussions and a large group dialog on the steps to keep moving forward.
Date & Time
- 11:00-1:30 p.m. on April 5th in the Stan Fulton Building, or
- 11:00 -1:30 p.m. on April 12th in the Carol C. Harter Classroom Building Complex A