Resources From 2018-19 NFLC Sessions

August 21, 2018

SETTING GOALS AND FORMULATING AN IDP - Yvette Huet

New Faculty Individual Development Plan

Click here to access Faculty Progression Grid for Faculty Progression Toward Reappointment

Fall Plan Example 1

Fall Plan Example 2

What New Faculty Need to Know and Where to Find it

August 28, 2018

ITS SERVICES - Beth Rugg and Season Jamison

Connecting with IT presented by Beth Rugg and Season Jamison

September 4, 2018

STEPS TO TAKE IF YOU SUSPECT A STUDENT OF PLAGIARISM - BRUCE LONG

INTEGRATING COMMUNICATION INTO THE CURRICULUM - STEPHANIE NORANDER

Bruce Long's Presentation

Stephanie Norander's Presentation

September 11, 2018

STUDENT SUICIDE PREVENTION: QPR TRAINING - Mason Reuter and Kristan Holtzman

If you missed the QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Training, please contact Erica Lennon EricaLennon@uncc.edu; Assistant Director for Outreach - Counseling & Psychological Services. She can help you with scheduling participation in a QPR Training Session in the future.

 Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) regarding what to do if you are concerned about the well being of a student

 Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) if a student is in a crisis situation and needs help immediately

September 18, 2018

SEEKING EXTERNAL FUNDING AT UNC CHARLOTTE

 Lesley Brown's Presentation

Please note: “Writing a Competitive Grant Proposal and Understanding Proposal Budgets,” Thursday, November 1, 11:30 a.m. -12:45 p.m., Student Union room 265. This workshop will cover the following topics: developing “fundable” ideas, understanding the expectations of external sponsors, matching your ideas to sponsors’ needs, understanding the characteristics of a good proposal, writing for review panels, and creating a timeline for proposal developmentThis session will also provide an introduction to budgeting terminology used by funding agencies, including a discussion of allowable costs, cost sharing, and the difference between direct and indirect costs. We will also discuss the importance of writing a strong budget justification. Information is at an introductory level and is not intended for those with extensive proposal-writing experience.

September 25, 2018

LIBRARY RESOURCES

Stephanie Otis, Associate Dean for Public Services at J. Murrey Atkins Library walked us through the Library Webpage, highlighting resources that are of particular interest to faculty.

Click here for a brief overview

Also:

Heather Vorhies, Director of Writing Resource Center talked about the Writing Resourtce Center

Heather Vorhies' Presentation

October 2, 2018

MENTORING STUDENTS

Malin Pereira (Executive Director of the Honors College) and Katherine Hall-Hertel  (Associate Dean for Graduate Academic & Student Affairs) - Mentoring Students

Click here to access a summary of the discussion around mentoring undergraduate/graduate students at UNC Charlotte

Click here to access the GRA Position Description/contract authored by Dean Nan Fey-Yensan

Charlotte Research Scholars - The CRS program provides funding to participate in a mentored, 10-week summer research experience to approximately 50 UNC Charlotte students each summer

October 30, 2018

LEGAL GUIDELINES FOR CLASSROOM POLICIES AND PRACTICES: A FOLLOW UP

Christine Reed Davis and Jesh Humphrey's Presentation 

November 6, 2018

Michele Reinken's Presentation: Title IX Process and your Role as a Responsible Employee

GENERAL RESOURCES FOR NEW FACULTY

The Top 10 Things New Faculty would Like to hear from Colleagues

Click here to access Surviving and Thriving as a New Professor

Some advice for Surviving your First Year on the Tenure Track

And Reflections on the Second Year on the Tenure Track

Early Career Resources from the University of Iowa. Although some links are specific to the University of Iowa, there are numerous links to more general resources to help new faculty succeed

Designing and Delivering Effective Lectures

Managing a Research Program - Insights for Beginners

Persuasive Arguments to Get Needed Resources

Successful Strategies for New Professors

Starting out as a New Professor: It's More than Just Looking out for #1

How to Build Mutli-Disciplinary Teams

Resources to Identify, Approach and Refer Students Who May be At Risk for Safety

Click here to access UNC Charlotte's Suicide Prevention Coordinator presentation: The Role of Faculty and Staff in Responding to Students in Distress

See Below for a Number of Excellent Teaching Resources Focused Around Difficult Coversations, Creating a Culturally Sensitive Environment, Supporting Students Following a Tragedy, Controversy or Bias-Motivated Incident on Campus

Building your Inclusivity and Response Toolkit

When a Tragedy or Controversy Overcomes Campus What Can Faculty Do?

Handbook For Facilitating Difficult Conversations in the Classroom

How Faculty Can Help: Providing Support in the Aftermath of a Bias-Motivated Incident

Creating a Diverse Community:  Tips on how to be Culturally Sensitive