Wed Aug 25, 12:00 PM - Wed Dec 8, 1:00 PM (EDT)

https://urichmond.zoom.us/j/89557474473?pwd=ejMxY0JGbjkrdG5IdXNEU3BWM2kxUT09
The Faculty Hub is excited to announce the pilot Digital Pedagogy Cohort (DPC). Led by the Faculty Hub’s Technology Consultants, the DPC will provide opportunities for faculty to improve their skills with digital pedagogy methods, increase their familiarity with digital pedagogy theories, and cultivate community in a semester-based cohort model. In addition to individual consultations available to all faculty, DPC cohort members will engage in seminar-style discussions around the use of digital pedagogies and may request in-class workshop observation and customized feedback from Faculty Hub Technology Consultants.

Wed Sep 22, 12:00 - 1:00 PM (EDT)

Faculty Hub - Third Floor of Boatwright Library
Are you currently teaching an FYS course? Would you like to connect with other FYS instructors, share strategies that are working for you in the classroom, or ask questions and receive feedback from colleagues to help inform your teaching for the rest of the semester? We invite faculty to come together to share knowledge, practices, success stories, and considerations for teaching FYS.

Thu Sep 23, 3:00 - 4:00 PM (EDT)

https://urichmond.zoom.us/j/85723424574?pwd=TGlZN2lsMjVhY0FYbURrd1JhY2dwZz09
Are you currently teaching an FYS course? Would you like to connect with other FYS instructors, share strategies that are working for you in the classroom, or ask questions and receive feedback from colleagues to help inform your teaching for the rest of the semester? We invite faculty to come together to share knowledge, practices, success stories, and considerations for teaching FYS.

Fri Sep 24, 1:30 - 3:00 PM (EDT)

Faculty Hub - Third Floor of Boatwright Library
Join the Faculty Hub for our first Field Trip Friday! On September 24, we will explore the Gambles Mill Eco-Corridor (a park-like setting on the southern portion of campus featuring a hiking path, restored stream, and outdoor classroom) with Rob Andrejewski, UR’s Director of Sustainability, and Terry Dolson, Associate Director, Community-Engaged Learning in the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement.

Wed Sep 29, 3:12 - 5:00 PM (EDT)

In person in the Faculty Hub on the third floor of Boatwright Library or on Zoom at https://urichmond.zoom.us/j/88218937820?pwd=KzErdGR5cVRxU0VqVlNENzBQM3Fudz09
Faculty Hub Talks provide an opportunity for faculty to engage with their peers and learn about the scholarly work of other faculty. Each talk is from 3:12 to 3:30 p.m. with a discussion from 3:30 to 4 p.m. and a reception to follow from 4-5 p.m.

Thu Sep 30, 10:00 - 11:00 AM (EDT)

https://urichmond.zoom.us/j/82175625358?pwd=RHpNR25RZDNhK00vdEs3a1c1U0VNZz09
Are you considering undertaking a new research project involving human subjects? The regulations that guide research activities involving human participants—the so-called “common rule” (45 CFR 46)--was substantially revised in 2018. Changes include the addition of the "exemption category," a clarification of the types of reviews that IRBs can conduct, and several modifications of the required "elements" of consent.

Tue Oct 5, 12:00 - 12:50 PM (EDT)

https://urichmond.zoom.us/j/89586463877?pwd=UDNObnkzU1RRTmZ4UjNZNUlOK3FSZz09
Are you currently teaching as an adjunct professor or as an instructor on a part-time or temporary appointment in A&S, RSB, Jepson, Law, or SPCS? Would you like an opportunity to ask questions, build community, and make connections with faculty in similar instructional roles from across campus? Join us for a conversation to share teaching practices, get feedback from colleagues, and discover new teaching approaches and assignment ideas for your current and future courses.

Thu Oct 28, 10:00 - 11:00 AM (EDT)

https://urichmond.zoom.us/j/85700279184?pwd=dWZoRkU2S2dmdjVOV012UGZ4aUxYUT09
Do you provide students with opportunities to design and/or contribute to research projects as part of your courses? Many faculty use student-centered learning methods that ask learners to take an active role in understanding the field’s theories, concepts, and findings, and also to contribute to the ongoing creation of knowledge. When students work on research projects that contribute to generalizable knowledge and involve studying people, they must also learn about the ethics of such research and complete the process of ethics review required by the University's IRB.