New Faculty Workshops Evaluation
The Office of the Provost would like to get your feedback about the New Faculty Workshops.
We will use this information to make changes for the New Faculty Workshop series for
the upcoming academic year. Please provide us with your feedback. This survey is anonymous.
Please respond candidly to each item. Thank you!
Here is the list of the sessions that you were invited to as a new faculty member:
Friday, September 11, 2015
Cindy McCue, Registrar; Diane Steinhauer, Email; Michael Knauth, Library, Distance Learning/Blackboard, Center for Teaching, Learning & Technology, Faculty Resource Network
Terry Esnes-Johnson: Dean of Students Office
Friday, October 9, 2015
Dr. John Fiorillo and Michael Knauth: Characteristics of a Good Teacher
Dr. Charles Adair: OASIS/FSC transcripts; class rosters; online grading; Non-Attendance Rosters; Early Warning Notices; Banner tips
Dr. Mary Stedman: Grade grievances; disruptive students; Farmingdale email; FERPA; Academic Freedom; attendance and office hours and committee meetings; sick days; notifying students of absence; Off-Campus Approval Form
Friday, November 6, 2015
Dr. John Fiorillo, Dr. Arthur Hoskey, Michael Knauth: Discussion of Active Learning
Dr. Nanda Viswanathan: Academic Integrity, Delayed Openings; Students with Disabilities; Professional Handbook
Prof. Allison Puff: Teaching/Scholarship/Service; Faculty Growth Programs; Annual Reports; Evaluations.
Friday, December 4, 2015
Dawn Grzan: Grants and the Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Dr. Richard Vogel: Reappointment & Preparing Reappointment Files; Tenure & Promotion; New Faculty Profile Form
Dr. Lou Reinisch: Shared Governance (Standing Committees; Department Committees; Other Campus Committees); Forms of Service; Resources
Friday, March 11, 2016
Dr. Lloyd Makarowitz: Governance from the Faculty Perspective
Malka Edelman: Supporting and Working with Students with Disabilities
Dr. John Fiorillo, Dr. Arthur Hoskey, Michael Knauth and Dr. Michael Goodstone: My First Year at Farmingdale: Successes, Problems, Concerns - Discussion