Loyola University Maryland

Faculty Development and Diversity

This Faculty Life

Conversations about Life in the Profession

Join us for conversations about faculty life to build community and collective mentoring as colleagues adjust to life at Loyola, in the profession, and around the Baltimore region. For first-year faculty, these conversations also serve as a yearlong orientation and complement the individual pairing in the campus mentoring program.

Open to all faculty unless otherwise noted.

Upcoming Events
 

Apr. 26

 

High Impact Practices, 12 - 1:30 p.m. (Location College Center 105)

Dr. Mavis Biss, associate professor of philosophy and Dr. Jesse More, associate professor of chemistry will share insights, tips, and strategies on high impact practices, quality instruction, and ways to engage students. Please join these HIP Faculty Fellows for conversation and questions. Lunch will be provided. Open to all faculty.

Speakers:

  • Mavis Biss, associate professor of philosophy
  • Jesse More, associate professor of chemistry

Email Academic Affairs to RSVP.


Feb. 6

Grants, 12 - 1 p.m. (College Center 105)

Discuss tips and strategies on grant seeking with faculty colleagues and Julie Ryder, director of the office of research and sponsored programs. Open to all faculty.

Speaker:

  • Julie Ryder, director of office of research and sponsored programs

Email Academic Affairs to RSVP.

Sep. 28

Thriving at Loyola, 12 - 1 p.m. (College Center 107)

Dr. Martin Camper, assistant professor in the writing department, will share tips and strategies on what works and what doesn't, and what it means to thrive at Loyola. Lunch will be provided. Open to all new tenure track faculty.

Speaker:

  • Martin Camper, assistant professor of writing

Email Academic Affairs to RSVP.

Upcoming Meetings: TBD