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Faculty Learning Communities (FLC)

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This semester, one of the exciting activities in faculty development are FLCs (faculty learning communities) that have developed on each of our 4 campuses. The FLCs were established by faculty (with the support of campus leadership, LEAD office, and the Centers for Learning Excellence).  FLCs are interdisciplinary groups who choose to engage in active, collaborative discussions and yearlong activities about teaching and learning.  While each campus FLC’s topic is different (click on links below to learn more about each campus focus) over 40 of the faculty and staff involved chose to attend the Original Lilly Conference on College Teaching at Miami University in November. If you are interested in learning more or in joining your campus FLC, please contact your campus facilitator(s) or the LEAD Office.

East Campus FLC – Fall 2017 Recap
Facilitators: Stacey Souther, Sarah Greywitt, and Kristina Ambrosia-Conn

West Campus FLC – Fall 2017 Recap
Facilitators: Mardy Chaplin and Karen Gray

Metro Campus FLC – Fall 2017 Recap
Facilitator: Brian Hall

Westshore Campus FLCs – Fall 2017 Recap
Facilitators: Elizabeth Vaidya or Sara Fuller

Faculty Cohorts from the 2017 Original Lilly Conference on College Teaching at Miami University

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