Faculty Development: Calendar of Events

These events are available to all members of the UNLV faculty community. They are provided by multiple campus units working in collaboration, and also by the 2018-2019 Faculty Development Fellows.

Sign up to receive Google Calendar invitations to any or all of these faculty development events:

  • Career development events
  • Research support events
  • Teaching development events
  • All Faculty Development events.
  • Please join the Writing Center for the following graduate workshops: Composing a Research Question - 10-10:50 a.m. Creating a Literature Review - 11-11:50 a.m.

  • Explore your options for developing and teaching a hybrid course at UNLV in this face-to-face workshop. Hybrid courses blend face-to-face and online course instruction, discussion, and learning activities based on the...

  • What is Curriculog? Curriculog is an online, automated system, that allows faculty members to submit, review, approve, route, and track course and program proposals from creation to final approval.  Who should attend? Any...

  • Professors Margarita Huerta and Chyllis Scott lead this four-hour workshop that provides faculty and graduate students with theory and research-based supports and tools to help increase writing productivity and self-efficacy...

  • Active Learning: Engage students through problem solving, reflection, and learning groups This workshp is an opportunity for instructors and future instructors to share teaching ideas that create opportunities for students...

  • What is Curriculog? Curriculog is an online, automated system, that allows faculty members to submit, review, approve, route, and track course and program proposals from creation to final approval.  Who should attend? Any...

  • Qualtrics is a research survey suite that make it easier to create surveys, conduct research, collect and store data, and create reports. This workshop will focus on exploring the different functionalities within Qualtrics...

  • Risk Management & Safety (RMS) staff will cover lab safety precautions and hazards to avoid. This training meets OSHA requirements and is only required once for researchers. Register today by following this link.