Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning

CATL

New Faculty & Instructor Orientation


Library Resources for Faculty Researchers on Sept. 13, 12-1pm in CL 304
The research and instruction librarians will host a workshop to introduce the various resources they have available to researchers at UW-Green Bay.

Small Teaching, Big Impact: Reading Club on Oct. 4, 12-1pm in CL 204
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL) will host a reading club for new instructors in 2019-2020. The club will read James Lang's Small Teaching over three meetings.

Building a Mentor Network on Oct. 18, 12-1pm in CL 204
CATL will bring you and your mentor together to design a mentor network that can help you achieve a variety of professional and personal goals.

How to Write a Professional Activities Report on Nov. 1, 12-1pm in CL 204
The Secretary of the Faculty and Academic Staff (SOFAS) and CATL will host a workshops to help make the review process for faculty & instructors transparent. We will also invite mentors to help with the process!

Navigating Performance Review on Nov. 8, 12-1pm in CL 204
The Secretary of the Faculty and Academic Staff (SOFAS) and CATL will host a workshops to help make the review process for faculty & instructors transparent. We will also invite mentors to help with the process!

Understanding and Supporting Our Students on Nov. 22, 12-1pm in CL 204
Vince Lowery, the Director of Student Success and Engagement, will run the first of two sessions designed to help familiarize you with UW-Green Bay's students and the resources we have to support their success.

Small Teaching, Big Impact: Reading Club on Dec. 6, 12-1pm in CL 204
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL) will host a reading club for new instructors in 2019-2020. The club will read James Lang's Small Teaching over three meetings.