Center for Faculty Development

The University of St. Thomas Center for Faculty Development supports the professional growth of faculty by providing responsive programming and grants to support faculty development in pedagogy, engagement of the profession, and service.

Latest News

Colin Martin (Biology) and Salina Renninger (Graduate School of Professional Psychology)
There are seven Faculty Learning Communities, supported by the Center for Faculty Development, meeting throughout the 2017-18. This month, we feature one of the seven, the Racial Justice Pedagogy FLC, co-led by Colin Martin (Biology) and Salina Renninger (Graduate School of Professional Psychology).
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Faculty Development is moving to OneStThomas!

Dr. Kris Wammer (Director, Center for Faculty Development / Associate Professor of Chemistry)
Whether you currently tend to engage with the Center for Faculty Development or not, I'd love to hear how we can better support you as a faculty member. Offer workshops at different times? Create new programs that don't currently exist? Bring programming to your location or unit? Please let me know.
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Dr. Michael J. Warnock (Director, Office of Sponsored Programs)
The University of St. Thomas Office of Sponsored Programs is here to assist you with obtaining external funding for your research and scholarly endeavors.
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Janet Swiecichowski, APR, Director of Public Relations
Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are all strong social media channels for St. Thomas, and when we connect with our faculty, students and alumni the power of social media is exponential. Faced with the challenge of enhancing our visibility and profile as a university, it only makes sense to leverage our greatest resources: our human capital and our Tommie Network.
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The University of St. Thomas has joined colleges and universities across the country in denouncing the recently announced decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. As a faculty member, you may encounter a student impacted by these recent changes to the DACA program and looking for assistance.
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