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08/9/2012 - Case Study Theater Performance,See More

The Case Study: An Interactive Performance to Improve Medical Education

Presenter :University of Michigan CRLT Players
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Start off your year with an opportunity to challenge your thinking and connect with colleagues at this interactive theater performance!

The Case Study focuses on a contentious teacher/learner debate of patient rights. It explores questions surrounding learners' backgrounds and conflicting perspectives, instructor responsibility, and what topics are appropriate in the medical education environment.

The performance includes a facilitated discussion on strategies for addressing controversial topics in productive ways. Faculty and learners will have an opportunity to collaborate to brainstorm methods of dealing with unexpected conflict.

This event is FREE and open to the entire IUSM community!  Dinner will be provided from 4:30pm-5:30pm.  The performance will begin promptly at 5:45pm.

About the presenters:

Through performances, workshops, seminars, and individual consultations, the University of Michigan CRLT Players Theatre Program provides educators and administrators with an innovative and dynamic approach to sparking dialogue, promoting inclusivity, and effecting positive change inside and outside the classroom. Using a solid foundation of research, the CRLT Theatre Program develops and presents provocative productions in order to engage audience members in thinking and talking about issues of pedagogy, diversity, and inclusion.

Sponsored by the IU School of Medicine Dean's Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development and Office of Educational Affairs.

Due to the interactive nature of this presentation, polycom access will not be available at the regional centers.

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18/9/2012 - Acedemy: Syllabus and First Day of ClassOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Acedemy Teaching: Syllabus and First Day of Class

Presenter :Jennifer Beasley
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

We are all familiar with the basics needed in a classroom: a syllabus, a schedule, ice-breakers, etc. But how do you make that great first impression? The activities you choose for the first day of class and an effective and successful syllabus help set students’ expectations for the entire semester. This session will focus on some of the basics that are so important to get your classroom off to a great start and provide resources for first day of class activities and language to include in your syllabus.

 

This webinar is part of the Center for Teaching and Learning’s online workshop series, Teaching@IUPUI. Tailored for faculty new to IUPUI, each online workshop serves as a forum to learn new strategies and hone teaching practices. Grounded in current research, these workshops address various teaching topics and provide participants with strategies that can make instruction more effective and efficient as well as introduce participants to teaching and learning resources available on campus.

 

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28/10/2012 - IUPUI Chairs Orientation,See More

IUPUI New Chairs Orientation

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Faculty Appointments and Advancement (FAA)
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

Sponsored by the IUPUI Office of Faculty Appointments and Advancement (FAA)

The goal of this program is to begin a conversation about the roles and responsibilities of department chairs at IUPUI as well as to provide advice, guidance and resources to enable success.

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38/13/2012 - Academy: Oncourse Essentials,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Essentials

Presenter :Mark Alexander, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Designed to have you up and running quickly with Oncourse, this workshop will focus on the most commonly used tools in Oncourse. Participants will have the opportunity to work with the following tools: course email, syllabus, resources, announcements and gradebook. Bring a digital copy of your syllabus to get the most out of this session.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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48/14/2012 - Associate Faculty Forum,See More

IUPUI Associate Faculty Forum

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

We welcome faculty with part-time appointments to join us for an evening of discovery, reflection, and learning. You'll find something for you, whether you have taught before or are new to the classroom.

The evening’s interactive sessions will cover a variety of teaching topics, and you will find something new, exciting, and useful. Topics will include: basics of using Oncourse; advanced functions of Oncourse; how to use IUPUI classroom technology; creating an effective syllabus; and grading strategies. There will also be a welcome session and overview of some academic policies and procedures.

Representatives from various departments and offices will be on hand to provide information on resources available for you and your students.

Schedule of Events
5-5:30pm Registration and Resource Fair
5:30-6:15pm Welcome and academic policies and procedures overview
6:25-7:10pm Concurrent Session II
7:15-8pm Concurrent Session II

This event is hosted by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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58/14/2012 - Academy: Oncourse Site Prep,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Prepping Your Oncourse Site

Presenter :Tom Janke, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for intermediate to advanced Oncourse users.

In this hands-on workshop, you will be guided through the steps necessary to set-up your course site. You will leave this workshop with your site ready for your students. Have a digital copy of your syllabus and other materials available to make the most of this workshop.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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68/15/2012 - Medicine New Faculty Luncheon,See More

IU School of Medicine New Faculty Luncheon

Presenter :IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

Please join us for a welcome luncheon for new faculty in the IU School of Medicine. This event will provide an opportunity for networking and learning about resources available to support faculty in the School of Medicine and meet new colleagues.

We strongly encourage faculty attending the lunch to spend the rest of the afternoon attending the IUPUI New Faculty Orientation.  More details are available here.  

 

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78/15/2012 - IUPUI New Faculty Welcome,See More

IUPUI New Faculty Welcome

Presenter :IUPUI Faculty Appointments and Advancement (FAA)
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

Sponsored by the IUPUI Office of Faculty Appointments and Advancement (FAA)

This event is an opportunity for new faculty to learn about what it takes to thrive at IUPUI from campus leaders. This afternoon gathering will provide new faculty with an opportunity to learn about the history of the campus, the nature of academic work at IUPUI and the resources in place to help ensure success.  In addition, participants will be able to explore topics of interest in teaching, research and service.

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88/21/2012 - Academy: Oncourse Syllabus,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Presenting Your Syllabus as a PDF in Oncourse

Presenter :Erich Bauer, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

One of the best ways to display a syllabus in Oncourse is to convert it to a PDF, upload and link it to the syllabus tool. This workshop will show you the steps necessary to achieve this goal.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly  recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect  meeting room a day or two before the event.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning

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98/22/2012 - Academy: Oncourse Essentials,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Essentials

Presenter :Tom Janke, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for novice to intermediate Oncourse users.

Designed to have you up and running quickly with Oncourse, this workshop will focus on the most commonly used tools in Oncourse. Participants will have the opportunity to work with the following tools: course email, syllabus, resources, announcements and gradebook. Bring a digital copy of your syllabus to get the most out of this session.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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108/23/2012 - Academy: Flipped Classroom,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: The Flipped Classroom Webinar and Discussion

Presenter :Dr. Rakesh Mehta
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

A flipped classroom consists of lecture outside of class and active engagement inside of class. Faculty who flip their classrooms create new possibilities for active learning, but what are the most pedagogically sound tools and techniques for teaching the inverted model?

This workshop includes an online seminar presented by Dr. Ike Shibley and Dr. Tim Wilson, and a post-seminar, face-to-face discussion led by IUSM Faculty, Dr. Rakesh Mehta.

The flipped classroom model can work for any subject and nearly any type of learner. Participants will:

  • examine the technology that facilitates the flip;
  • explore the types of active learning possible in the newly liberated face-to-face time; and
  • put the flipped model into context with what is known about how learning works in the brain.
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118/23/2012 - Academy: Advanced Oncourse,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Advanced Features

Presenter :Mark Alexander, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for intermediate to advanced Oncourse users.

Are you comfortable with the basic Oncourse tools and ready to explore something new? If so, join us in this workshop. We'll travel beyond the basic tools and discover other tools, such as Site stats, Profile 2, Assignments 2, Blogs, and Turnitin that you might find to be helpful in your classes.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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128/24/2012 - Academy: eText Overview,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: eText/Courseload Overview

Presenter :Mark Alexander, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop will be a feature demonstration and tutorial of the Courseload software and how it integrates with Oncourse to offer eText access to students. Furthermore, this workshop will emphasize the benefits of using eTexts such as in-text highlighting and annotating, the ability to search across those highlights/annotations (and choose individuals and groups who can view them), pose and respond to specific questions linked directly to specific sections of texts and also view learner analytic data about student activity within the eText.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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138/28/2012 - Academy: Social Media,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Jumping onto the Social Media Bandwagon

Presenter :Alex Djuricich, MD
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

In this workshop, we will explore the use of social networking in medicine and medical education.  How physicians and trainees can and do use social networking will be discussed. The facilitator will highlight how an educator might optimally use Twitter in an educational setting, and also how to engage learners with this tool.  Opportunity for group discussion and to join one social network, namely Twitter, will be provided to the participants.  We will also describe ways to collaborate with other like-minded medical educators through social media.

Participants are asked to bring either a mobile tablet computer (e.g., iPad) or a laptop with them to this presentation.

 

Objectives:

After attending this presentation, participants will be able to:

1. Describe the impact of social media on medicine and medical education

2. Discuss different ways of using Twitter in an educational setting to optimize learning

3. Open a Twitter account and tweet at least once

4. Learn collaborative opportunities with other medical educators through social media

 

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148/28/2012 - Academy: Oncourse Announcements,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Announcements

Presenter :Tom Janke, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for all Oncourse users.

Timely communication with your students is key and the announcements tool can you do this well. This workshop will demonstrated how instructors can quickly draft, post and control how announcements are displayed.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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158/29/2012 - IUPUI Research Orientation,See More

IUPUI Vice Chancellor for Research Orientation

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide an overview of research resources, services and support offered to IUPUI faculty by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. Participants will also meet with some current IUPUI faculty members to hear how they were able to achieve success in the early stages of their tenure at IUPUI.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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168/30/2012 - Academy: Assessing Efficiently,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Assessing Learning Efficiently

Presenter :Sarah Lang, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: A

Evaluating learner performance is one of the most important and time-consuming tasks of teaching. How can this process be made more effective for learners while more efficient for the instructor? This workshop will provide participants with tools to assist in making the evaluation and feedback process more effective, more objective, and more likely to result in learning. In particular participants will discuss methods for assessing learning formally and informally, providing feedback, and strategies for time efficient grading including the use of rubrics.

This webinar is part of the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning’s online workshop series, Teaching@IUPUI. Tailored for faculty new to IUPUI, each online workshop serves as a forum to learn new strategies and hone teaching practices. Grounded in current research, these workshops address various teaching topics and provide participants with strategies that can make instruction more effective and efficient as well as introduce participants to teaching and learning resources available on campus.

 

NOTE: The Teaching@IUPUI workshop series is held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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179/4/2012 - Academy: Transferring Files in Oncourse,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars:Transferring Multiple Files in Oncourse Resources using WebDav

Presenter :Mark Alexander
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for all Oncourse users.

Many people are not aware that it is possible to quickly transfer entire folders into the Resouces section of Oncourse. Attend this workshop to learn how to use a File Transfer Program - FTP to transfer files from you computer into your course site.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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189/5/2012 - Academy: Underprepared Learners,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Working with Unprepared and Underprepared Learners

Presenter :Sarah Lang and David Sabol, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: A

Have you observed students showing up unprepared to learn – not having completed assignments or reading – therefore not participating in discussion or activities? How about students who seem to start out at the bottom of the curve and stay there despite what they feel are their best efforts? Whether you are dealing with these challenges now or have in your past, we invite you to share your questions, insights, and experiences and work together to formulate strategies to encourage better learner preparation.

This event is a partnership with the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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199/6/2012 - Gathering Evidence,See More

IUPUI Gathering Evidence to Demonstrate Impact Reputation

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

For the purposes of promotion and/or tenure, academics must provide evidence to demonstrate the impact and outcomes of their scholarly work. This hands-on workshop facilitated by reference librarians will help faculty explore various forms of documentary evidence including the set-up of a Google Scholar profile in an effort to support their case for excellence. Limited availability.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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209/6/2012 - OVCR Research Orientation ,See More

IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research Orientation (Repeat Session)

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide an overview of research resources, services and support offered to IUPUI faculty by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. Participants will also meet with some current IUPUI faculty members to hear how they were able to achieve success in the early stages of their tenure at IUPUI.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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219/11/2012 - Scientific Writing,See More

Scientific Writing from the Reader's Perspective with Dr. George Gopen

Presenter :George D. Gopen, PhD, JD
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

As competition for external funding becomes more challenging, getting one's scholarly work successfully published is more important than ever. Dr. Gopen's approach is based on a single idea: learning to write for the reader allows the writer to control what readers learn.

This year, Dr. George Gopen will present this workshop in a new, SINGLE DAY format.  This is the registration for Tuesday, September 11.  If you would like to register for Wednesday, September 12, please click here.

As in past years, Dr. Gopen will also conduct hour-long, individualized consultations.  ONLY faculty members who participate in the day-long event will have access to the individual consultation registration.  Instructions will be sent to participants after their registration for the workshop is complete.

More about Dr. Gopen's original approach to scientific writing can be found in his article, The Science of Scientific Writing.

About the Presenter

George D. Gopen is a Duke University Professor of the Practice of Rhetoric. He is also Senior Lecturing Fellow, Department of English and Senior Lecturing Fellow, School of Law. Professor Gopen received both his J.D. and his Ph.D. in English from Harvard University. Dr. Gopen is a pioneer in the mastery of scientific writing. His scientific clients have included the NIH, the FDA, Bristol-Myers Squib, Bayer, and Duke University School of Medicine.

This event is sponsored by the IU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, the Department of Emergency Medicine, the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

 

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229/11/2012 - IUPUI Preparing Science & Engineering,See More

IUPUI Preparing Science & Engineering Research Proposals

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will center on the essentials of building a successful grant proposal for agencies that fund the sciences and engineering. The necessity for knowing who will review your proposal, budget limitations, and how to communicate complex ideas in a limited space will be discussed.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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239/12/2012 - Repeat Offering: Scientific Writing,See More

Repeat Offering: Scientific Writing from the Reader's Perspective with Dr. George Gopen

Presenter :George D. Gopen, PhD, JD
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

As competition for external funding becomes more challenging, getting one's scholarly work successfully published is more important than ever. Dr. Gopen's approach is based on a single idea: learning to write for the reader allows the writer to control what readers learn.

This year, Dr. George Gopen will present this workshop in a new, SINGLE DAY format.  This is the registration for Wednesday, September 12.  If you would like to register for Tuesday, September 11, please click here.

As in past years, Dr. Gopen will also conduct hour-long, individualized consultations.  ONLY faculty members who participate in the day-long event will have access to the individual consultation registration.  Instructions will be sent to participants after their registration for the workshop is complete.

More about Dr. Gopen's original approach to scientific writing can be found in his article, The Science of Scientific Writing.

About the Presenter

George D. Gopen is a Duke University Professor of the Practice of Rhetoric. He is also Senior Lecturing Fellow, Department of English and Senior Lecturing Fellow, School of Law. Professor Gopen received both his J.D. and his Ph.D. in English from Harvard University. Dr. Gopen is a pioneer in the mastery of scientific writing. His scientific clients have included the NIH, the FDA, Bristol-Myers Squib, Bayer, and Duke University School of Medicine.

This event is sponsored by the IU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, the Department of Emergency Medicine, the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

 

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249/12/2012 - New Faculty Reception,See More

IUPUI Chancellor's Reception for New Faculty

Presenter :Chancellor Charles Bantz
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

IUPUI Chancellor Charles Bantz invites all new appointees to join him and Dr. Sandra Petronio for a welcome reception at Cedar Crest, the Chancellor's official residence. The Chancellor and his wife look forward to getting to know new members of the IUPUI community.

This event is by invitation only.  Invitations will be sent electronically to new appointees.

 

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259/13/2012 - IUPUI Finding Funding,See More

IUPUI Finding Funding

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide an overview of the various types of external funding sources, identify tools to locate funding opportunities, explain how to design a funding search, and demonstrate a couple of knowledge management systems that contain thousands of funding opportunities available by the university subscription.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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269/14/2012 - Writing Circles,See More

Faculty Writing Circle Organization Meeting

Presenter :Jennifer Beasley, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

Again this academic year, the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning is sponsoring an organizational meeting for individuals interested in becoming involved in a faculty writing circle.

At this meeting we will discuss further the concept of faculty writing circles and assist you in organizing your circle, setting meetings dates and times, expectations, etc.

What is a Faculty Writing Circle?

Faculty Writing Circles (FWCs) are small groups of faculty who meet regularly to provide support and feedback about one's scholarly writing. Most groups involve 3-5 participants and provide a consistently scheduled support structure (e.g., weekly, semimonthly, monthly). In FWCs, individuals receive feedback from peers in their discipline (or related disciplines) to enhance their efforts of writing for publication.

This year, in addition to the face-to-face format, interested faculty will also have the choice to join a writing circle that meets online.

What are the benefits of Faculty Writing Circles?

In addition to receiving feedback on one's writing, research shows that those who write regularly are more productive with respect to scholarly writing (Gray & Birch, 2001; Steinert, McLeod, Liben & Snell, 2008). Writing circles can provide an incentive to be writing on a regular schedule. Because many FWCs involve groups that are interdisciplinary, they can be a valuable way to connect with others on campus. FWCs can also help members hone their skills in communicating about their scholarship to a wide audience.

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279/14/2012 - LGBT Council Meeting,See More

LGBT Faculty and Staff Council Meeting

Presenter :TBD
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

All faculty, staff, and graduate/professional students are welcome.

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289/18/2012 - Academy: Oncourse Calendar ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Calendar Tool

Presenter :Lorie Shuck
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for novice Oncourse users.

The Oncourse Calendar is a robust tool that can provide helpful textual and graphical information to your students. Attend this workshop to learn the basics of using the Oncourse Calendar tool for your course.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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299/21/2012 - IUPUI Nine Golden Rules to Succeed ,See More

IUPUI Nine Golden Rules to Succeed in Research and Scholarship

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will reveal the Nine Golden Rules on how to succeed in research and scholarship. It is focused toward new and early career investigators; however, mid career faculty should find information of interest as well.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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309/24/2012 - IUPUI Research Support ,See More

IUPUI Research Support Funds Grant Information Session

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide participants with an overview of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research (OVCR) Research Support Funds Grant (RSFG) internal funding mechanism for IUPUI faculty. It will also include information on upcoming deadlines, how to apply, the review process, and post award requirements. Ample time will be allocated for answering questions.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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319/25/2012 - IUPUI Excellence in Service,See More

IUPUI Excellence in Service and University Citizenship

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

The nature of academic work in professional and University service will be discussed as well as how to develop and document excellence in service for promotion and/or tenure dossiers. 

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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329/25/2012 - IUPUI COS PIVOT,See More

IUPUI COS PIVOT (Finding Funding & Collaborators)

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

Indiana University is a member of COS Pivot. Whether your work is in the arts or the sciences, COS Pivot funding and expertise search tools and services can help support and advance your research and scholarly activity. Learn how to take full advantage of these services and help our institution promote its work. This event is a hands-on open lab session.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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339/28/2012 - Academy: Effective PresentationsCampus Center (CE),TheatreSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Making the Most of Your Presentations

Presenter :Jean-Luc Doumont, PhD
Location: Campus Center (CE),Theatre
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Strong oral presentation skills are a key to success for doctors, scientists, and other professionals.  Yet many speakers are at a loss to tackle the task. Systematic as they otherwise can be in their work, they go at it intuitively, sometimes haphazardly, with much good will but seldom good results.

In this lecture, Jean-Luc Doumont covers structure, slides, delivery, and stage fright. Based on his book, Trees, Maps, and Theorems: Effective Communication for Rational Minds, this lecture proposes a systematic way to prepare and deliver presentations.

About the Presenter

An engineer from the Louvain School of Engineering and PhD in applied physics from Stanford University, Jean-luc Doumont now devotes his time and energy to training doctors, scientists, business people, and other rational minds in effective communication, pedagogy, statistical thinking, and related themes. Articulate, entertaining, and thought-provoking, Doumont is a popular invited speaker worldwide, in particular at international scientific conferences, research laboratories, and top-ranked universities.

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3410/2/2012 - Successful Candidate's Statement,See More

IUPUI Writing a Successful Candidate's Statement

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

This workshop is designed to help participants construct a successful candidate's statement that effectively presents the impact of their academic work, excellence in their selected area and integration of teaching, research and service activities.

Participants are encouraged to review the Adobe Connect Program on the Candidate’s Statement prior to the workshop and bring a draft statement to work on and discuss in small groups.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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3510/2/2012 - Fall Faculty MeetingRiley Outpatient Center (ROC),AuditoriumSee More

IU School of Medicine Fall Faculty Meeting

Presenter :IUSM Faculty Steering Committee
Location: Riley Outpatient Center (ROC),Auditorium
Academy of Teaching Track:

Each semester, the IUSM Faculty meets to discuss the state of the school and faculty business.  This year's fall meeting will be October 2, 2012.  An agenda is forthcoming.  For more information, visit: http://facultysteering.medicine.iu.edu.  

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3610/3/2012 - Women & Networking ConferenceFairbanks Hall (FS),1110/1112See More

Women in Medicine and Science Annual Conference (WIMS): Your Map, Your Goals

Presenter :Programs for the Advancement of Women
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),1110/1112
Academy of Teaching Track:

 

Research shows that faculty need a mix of mentors, sponsors, and a robust professional network to maximize their careers. Further, a recent survey conducted by the IUSM Women's Advisory Council identified increasing opportunities for networking as a top priority.

Attend this conference to network with colleagues while gaining a better understanding of its importance!  This event is open to men and women faculty, post docs, house staff, graduate and medical students, as well as staff.

This year's theme is Your Map, Your Goals: Getting the Most from Your Professional Network.

Presenters include:

Susan Butler, CEO of the SSB Institute for the Development of Women Leaders and Monica Heuer, Senior Manager at the Center for Applied Research (CFAR).

Each participant will receive a copy of the new edition of Susan Butler's inspiring book, Become the CEO of You, Inc. 

Coaching Sessions:

As in past years, participants are invited to sign up for individual, 30 minute coaching sessions with senior faculty.  If you would like to register for a Coaching Session, please click here.

 

Tentative Schedule:

12:00pm-12:30pm Registration, Lunch, and Networking

12:30pm-1:30pm Keynote

Creating your Personal Board of Directors: Making Your Network Work! with Susan Butler

1:30-1:45 Break

1:45pm-3:45pm Activity

Network Mapping: Identifying Opportunities and Gaps with Monica Heuer

3:45pm-4pm Break

4pm-5:30pm 1-on-1 Coaching Sessions in 30-minute Blocks (click to schedule)

 

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3710/3/2012 - Academy: Promoting Academic Integrity,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Promoting Academic Integrity

Presenter :Jennifer Beasley, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Faculty play a critical role in creating a climate of honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility.  In this brown bag session, participants will disucss strategies they have used to promot academic integrity in learning environments and strategies you can employ to prevent plagiarism and cheating.

This event is a partnership with the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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3810/4/2012 - Chairs Series: Leading TeamsFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

Chairs Series: Leading Successful Teams

Presenter :Monica Heuer, Senior Manager, Center for Applied Research
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track:

Using a team-based approach to leading department initiatives can build morale and more efficiently divide work.  In this session, Monica Heuer will lead participants in a series of activities designed to identify and build the teams necessary to help departments succed.

About the Presenter:

Monica Heuer, Senior Manager, joined the Center for Applied Research (CFAR), after completing her MBA in Organizational Strategy and Marketing from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She has worked as a consultant primarily in the nonprofit and health care sectors and has extensive experience designing and delivering executive programs. Monica’s background in Sociology and program evaluation uses a participatory approach. In addition to her MBA, Monica has a Master’s of Public Policy from the Johns Hopkins University.

Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 22106. Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to "Dial a Conference Number."
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “22106#” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number, 22106, followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

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3910/5/2012 - IUPUI NIH FundingCampus Center (CE),TheaterSee More

IUPUI Applying for NIH Funding: The Myths, The Mistakes, and The Magic

Presenter :Dr. Michael Stefanek, NIH
Location: Campus Center (CE),Theater
Academy of Teaching Track:

For this interactive presentation, Dr. Michael Stefanek will provide tips and recommendations for those engaged in the process of writing and submitting grants to the National Institutes of Health. This will include a look at the review process, including a "review panel" made up of several IU faculty who have NIH study section experience. Finally, the discussion will include some basic information about NIH funding mechanisms and resources available within the University for faculty writing grants.

Dr. Stefanek spent 8 years as a Branch Chief with the NIH in an extramural division. In this role, he developed new initiatives and provided oversight to the grant management process. He also worked closely with principal investigators (PI) and the Center for Scientific Review, the group who coordinates the grant review process at the NIH. In addition, Dr. Stefanek was PI and co-investigator on a number of funded NIH grants prior to joining the NIH.

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4010/7/2012 - First WednesdayUniversity Library (UL),1116See More

First Wednesday Brown Bag: Managing Disruptive Behavior and Promoting Civility

Presenter :Lisa Contino
Location: University Library (UL),1116
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Have you experienced disruptive student conduct such as off topic chatter, unwarranted challenges to authority, or other uncivil behavior that interferes with the learning experience? Whether you are dealing with these challenges now or have in your past, we invite you to share your questions, insights, and experiences and work together to formulate strategies to promote civility. Bring your lunch. We’ll have coffee and popcorn.

This session is part of the First Wednesday Brown Bag Series, which is designed to provide faculty with a forum to discuss common teaching challenges and to consider constructive, evidence-based solutions to those challenges. Each facilitated session is focused on a particular topic and designed for faculty with all levels of experience.

This series is cosponsored by the Gateway to Graduation Program and the Center for Teaching and Learning.

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4110/8/2012 - FEED: Faculty Vitality StudyRiley Outpatient Center (ROC),A&BSee More

Faculty Enrichment and Education Development (FEED): Faculty Vitality Study

Presenter :Mary Dankoski and Megan Palmer, Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development
Location: Riley Outpatient Center (ROC),A&B
Academy of Teaching Track:

Since 2006, the IU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development has administered the Faculty Vitality Survey©, a comprehensive instrument designed to assess faculty engagement, productivity, and satisfaction. 

The survey has been administered three times in the past six years at multiple medical, dental, and allied health schools. 

In this interactive seminar, learn about how the institution uses these data to improve policies and programs, and how your individual vitality shapes the culture at IU.

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4210/8/2012 - Academy: Writing Better Test QuestionsWalther Hall (R3),203See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Constructing Better Test Questions

Presenter :National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME)
Location: Walther Hall (R3),203
Academy of Teaching Track: A

Staff members from the National Board, with expertise in test development, will be on campus to provide valuable information for IUSM faculty seeking to improve the quality of their exams.

This workshop will include a review of item-writing guidelines as well as opportunities for faculty to develop and review items that integrate basic science knowledge and clinical application.

Every participant will take home the NBME item-writing guide, Constructing Written Questions for the Basic and Clinical Sciences.

Space is limited! Polycom access will be available for faculty members at the Regional Education Centers.  See below for more information.

This workshop is presented in partnership with the Office of Undergraduate Medical Education.

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Connecting via web stream LIVE:

http://www.indiana.edu/~video/stream/liveflash.html?filename=NBME_Writing_Workshop

From a IU videoconferencing endpoint:
1. Quick dial by entering 221081.
2. Then push the call button on your remote control.

A non-IU videoconferencing endpoint can use the portal to connect to a conference on IU's Video Bridge by following these steps:
1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press to "Dial a Conference Number."
3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., "221081#).
4. Press “#” again to place the call.

Telephone:

1. To connect to a videoconference by telephone, you must call the Auto Attendant and enter the conference code and PIN (if required).
2. Dial the Auto Attendant: 812-856-7060.
3. Enter 221081, followed by the # key. 

Controlling the Conference View (Layout) in a Video Bridge Connection:
1. Press the "far" button on your remote control.
2. Press the "up/down" buttons to cycle through the available views.
3. Press the “near” button once you find a view you like.

How to Get Help:
If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

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4310/8/2012 - Academy: USMLE ChangesWalther Hall (R3),203See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: USMLE Changes

Presenter :Dr. Steven Haist, Vice President for NBME Test Development Services
Location: Walther Hall (R3),203
Academy of Teaching Track: A

The United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) is changing in significant ways to address five recommendations. The changes have already begun and include:

  • The introduction of new formats (focused on pharmaceutical advertisements and scientific abstracts) to assess examinees’ ability to apply their knowledge of biostatistics and other critical thinking skills;
  • Making the standardized patient/examinee encounters in the Clinical Skills Examination more authentic; and
  • The use of experimental or clinical vignettes in all questions in all of the Step computer-based examinations.

Step 3 will be splitting into two examinations as early as 2014. The examinations will be competency based, and there will be a greater emphasis on competencies underrepresented in past USMLE assessments.

At this event, Dr. Steven Haist, Vice President for NBME Test Development Services, will discuss these changes in greater detail.  Participants will be able to:

  • List the five major recommended changes for the USMLE.
  • Discuss the new competencies to be assessed. Describe competencies to be assessed by new item formats.
  • Describe the practice analysis findings informing changes to the USMLE program.
  • Assess the proposed changes designed to assess foundational science throughout USMLE

This workshop is presented in partnership with the Office of Undergraduate Medical Education.

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Connecting via web stream:
Live URL: 
http://www.indiana.edu/~video/stream/liveflash.html?filename=USMLE_Updates

 

If connecting via video conference:

Meeting Room is 221082

 

From a IU videoconferencing endpoint:

Quick dial by entering 221082.

Then push the call button on your remote control.

 

A non-IU videoconferencing endpoint can use the portal to connect to a conference on IU's Video Bridge by following these steps:

 

   1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9

   2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to "Dial a Conference Number."

   3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., " 221082#).

   4. Press “#” again to place the call.

 

FROM A TELEPHONE:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, you must call the Auto Attendant and enter the conference code and PIN (if required).

Dial the Auto Attendant: 812-856-7060.

Enter the conference code number, followed by the # key.  221082 followed by the #key.

 

Controlling the Conference View (Layout) in a Video Bridge Connection:

Press the "far" button on your remote control.

Press the "up/down" buttons to cycle through the available views.

Press the “near” button once you find a view you like.

 

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

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4410/9/2012 - Third Annual Harvey Milk DinnerCampus Center (CE),See More

Third Annual Harvey Milk Dinner

Presenter :LGBT Faculty Council
Location: Campus Center (CE),
Academy of Teaching Track:

The Third Annual Harvey Milk Dinner to celebrate gender and sexual equality at IUPUI will be held on Tuesday, October 9, 2012.  The dinner will begin at 7 p.m. with registration and a short alumni and community reception sponsored by the IU GLBT Alumni Association beginning at 6:15 p.m. in the IUPUI Campus Center fourth floor (420 University Blvd, Indianapolis).

Tickets are $40 for adults, faculty/staff, and community members and $20 for IUPUI students; includes admission to the pre-event reception and the dinner.  Tables of 10 are available for campus and community organizations.  Register online at the link below or students can register with JagTag in the Office for Student Involvement, CE Third Floor.  Sponsorship opportunities are available for campus community organizations interested in underwriting the event and being listed in our event program. 

Our keynote speaker will be LGBT educator and consultant Dr. Kand McQueen, who will speak about reserach related to gender identity. McQueen states, “I was born in rural Indiana in September of 1960.  Very early on I knew that I felt like a boy.  Early experiences led me to reject that truth.  After decades of denial, I eventually grew to identify as a transgendered person. As part of my process of acceptance, I entered graduate school at the age of 41 with the goal of exploring the two-and-only-two-sex/two-gender paradigm currently assumed by Western thought from an academic perspective.”

The IUPUI Harvey Milk Dinner is sponsored by: Advocates for Sexual Equality; the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Faculty Staff Council; IUPUI Office of Student Involvement, the IU Alumni Association, and the IU GLBT Alumni Association.

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4510/10/2012 - IUPUI New Faculty ProgramCampus Center (CE),409See More

IUPUI New Faculty Program: Plan Now for Success Later

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),409
Academy of Teaching Track:

This program will provide new faculty with an overview of the promotion and tenure process as well as strategies to begin the journey toward promotion and tenure.  Guidance on how to develop a plan for promotion will be provided.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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4610/11/2012 - Reading with IUSM FacultyUniversity Place Conference Center and Hotel (IP),See More

IUPUI Reading at the Table with IUSM Faculty Aaron Carroll & Rachel Vreeman

Presenter :Aaron Carroll & Rachel Vreeman
Location: University Place Conference Center and Hotel (IP),
Academy of Teaching Track:

IU School of Medicine faculty Aaron Carroll & Rachel Vreeman read from their book, Don't Cross Your Eyes...They'll Get Stuck That Way

The authors explore and debunk myths and misconceptions about health, well-being, and how the body works using evidence from scientific research.

The IUPUI annual Reading at the Table series provides a forum to celebrate published books written by IUPUI faculty.  During each luncheon, the featured author/editor will read from his/her work and open the floor to discussion.  A buffet lunch is available for $11.80.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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4710/12/2012 - IUPUI Nine Golden Rules to Succeed University Library (UL),1126See More

IUPUI Nine Golden Rules to Succeed in Research and Scholarship

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will reveal the Nine Golden Rules on how to succeed in research and scholarship. It is focused toward new and early career investigators; however, mid career faculty should find information of interest as well.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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4810/17/2012 - Beering Award LectureRiley Outpatient Center (ROC),See More

2012 Beering Award Lecture: Eric N. Olson, PhD

Presenter :Eric N. Olson, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Molecular Biology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
Location: Riley Outpatient Center (ROC),
Academy of Teaching Track:

The 2012 Steven C. Beering Award recipient is Eric N. Olson, Ph.D., who is Professor and Chairman for the Department of Molecular Biology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.  Reception immediately following.  

For a site to join in via web stream the link is below.

 Live Stream URL:  http://www.indiana.edu/~video/stream/liveflash.html?filename=Beering_Lecture

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4910/19/2012 - Write Winning GrantsEmerson Hall (EH),304See More

Write Winning Grant Proposals

Presenter :John Robertson, PhD, Associate with Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops, LLC
Location: Emerson Hall (EH),304
Academy of Teaching Track:

This seminar comprehensively addresses both conceptual and practical aspects that are associated with the grant writing process, often called "grantsmanship."This program is appropriate for faculty members who are contemplating a competitive application to federal or state agencies and foundations in either basic science or clinical research.

Emphasis is given to such things as idea development, identification of the most appropriate granting agency, how to write for reviewers, and tips and strategies that are of proven value in presenting an applicant's case to reviewers.

It is stressed that applicants are writing for two different audiences – the assigned reviewers, who have read the application in its entirety, and non-assigned reviewers who may have read little, or nothing, of the proposal before the meeting of the review panel. Strategies designed to merit a fundable priority score are emphasized.

Presented by:

John Robertson, Ph.D. is an associate with Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops, LLC.  He has been the recipient of competitive extramural funding from both the NIH and non-federal sources. He is the author of 27 peer-reviewed journal articles and three book chapters. Dr. Robertson has been a member of grant review panels, a reviewer for a number of biomedical journals, and served on editorial boards.

This event is sponsored by the IU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, Regenstrief Institute, and the Indiana State Department of Health Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Research Board.

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5010/22/2012 - IUPUI International Development Fund University Library (UL),1126See More

IUPUI International Development Fund Grant Information Session

Presenter :Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide participants with an overview of the International Development Fund internal funding mechanism for IUPUI faculty. It will also include information on upcoming deadlines, how to apply, the review process, and post award requirements. Ample time will be allocated for answering questions. This internal funding opportunity is administered through the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research (OVCR).

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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5110/23/2012 - Academy: Discussion ForumsOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Grading Oncourse Discussion Forums

Presenter :Mark Alexander, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for beginning to intermediate Oncourse users.

Many people are not aware that it is possible to grade forums directly from the forum tool.
Attend this workshop to learn how to attach a grade to your student's responses in the forums.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

 

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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5210/23/2012 - IUPUI Proposal Preparation: The BasicsUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

IUPUI Proposal Preparation: The Basics

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will center on the essentials of building a successful grant proposal in any discipline. The necessity for knowing who will review your proposal, budget limitations, and how to communicate complex ideas in a limited space will be discussed. This session is geared toward new and early career faculty, especially those unable to attend the discipline-specific workshops.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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5310/24/2012 - IUPUI Finding Funding University Library (UL),0106See More

IUPUI Finding Funding Workshop

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),0106
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide an overview of the various types of external funding sources, identify tools to locate funding opportunities, explain how to design a funding search, and demonstrate a couple of knowledge management systems that contain thousands of funding opportunities available by the university subscription.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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5410/24/2012 - Academy: Effective DiscussionsUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Planning and Leading Effective Discussions

Presenter :Sarah Lang
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Facilitating an effective discussion is a challenge whether you are teaching a large lecture or a small recitation; face-to-face or online.  Even more of a challenge is when the topic of discussion is controversial.  In this session, we will discuss ways to plan and manage discussions. Bring your questions and concerns, and feel free to bring your lunch.

This discussion is part of the CTL’s Professional Development for Teaching Assistants Program.  Current graduate and professional students are welcome to attend.

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5510/26/2012 - Academy: Engaging Lectures with ClickersUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Delivering Engaging Lectures with Clickers - Part 1

Presenter :Erich Bauer
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop will describe how Instructors can employ Student Response Systems (SRS) such as clickers to both promote active learning and gain critical feedback about student learning. Participants will have the opportunity to hear IUPUI Physics Professor, Andy Gavrin discuss how clickers are integrated into his teaching.

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5610/30/2012 - Academy: Adobe ConnectOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Using Adobe Connect Within Oncourse

Presenter :Erich Bauer, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for intermediate to advanced Oncourse users.

Would you like the ability to have students join your Adobe Connect session through Oncourse? Attend this workshop to learn this easy method to allow students to log in and view your Connect Meeting through Oncourse.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

 

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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5710/31/2012 - Promotion to Full ProfessorCampus Center (CE),268See More

IUPUI Promotion to Full Professor

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),268
Academy of Teaching Track:

To assist Associate Professors in pursuit of full rank, this program will review the criteria, expectations and evidence necessary to achieve promotion to Full Professor. In addition, effective methods to demonstrate excellence in the selected area of endeavor and the impact of academic work will be discussed.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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5811/2/2012 - Academy: Engaging Lectures with ClickersUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Delivering Engaging Lectures with Clickers - Part 2

Presenter :Erich Bauer
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

In this informative session, participants will be introduced to the student response system(SRS) supported by Indiana University called TurningPoint. Working within the SRS software, participants will do the following: build basic slides; facilitate presentations; generate reports; and incorporate best practices.

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5911/5/2012 - IUPUI Best Practices for PreparingUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

IUPUI Best Practices for Preparing Multi-Institutional, Complex Proposals

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

The current funding environment favors large, complex, multi-institutional, multi-investigator projects; but organizing a successful submission takes a great deal of planning and teamwork. What works best in which situation? What role does the RFP serve to organize the writing efforts? Professional proposal writers and editors will discuss these and a number of related issues at this session.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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6011/7/2012 - Academy: Managing Disruptive BehaviorUniversity Library (UL),1116See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Managing Disruptive Behavior and Promoting Civility

Presenter :Lisa Contino, IUPUI Department of Psychology
Location: University Library (UL),1116
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Have you experienced disruptive student conduct such as off topic chatter, unwarranted challenges to authority, or other uncivil behavior that interferes with the learnig experience?  Whether you are dealing with these challenges now or have in your past, we invite you to share your questions, insights, and experiences and work together to formulate strategies to promote civility.

This event is a partnership with the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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6111/9/2012 - COS PIVOTUniversity Library (UL),0106See More

COS PIVOT (Finding Funding & Collaborators)

Presenter :Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),0106
Academy of Teaching Track:

Indiana University is a member of COS Pivot. Whether your work is in the arts or the sciences, COS Pivot funding and expertise search tools and services can help support and advance your research and scholarly activity. Learn how to take full advantage of these services and help our institution promote its work. This event is a hands-on open lab session.

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6211/9/2012 - Advancing Learning University Library (UL),--See More

Advancing Learning with Technology Symposium

Presenter :Mark Alexander
Location: University Library (UL),--
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

The IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) will be hosting the second annual Advancing Learning with Technology (ALT) Symposium. The ALT Symposium brings the higher education community together to examine and showcase instructional technology strategies that impact learning across a variety of disciplines. The program will include presentations by faculty as well a keynote delivered through live video conference entitled, “The Online Revolution: High-Quality Education for Everyone” by Dr. Andrew Ng, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University and a co-founder of Coursera. Dr. Ng has recently been interviewed on NPR as well as featured in Tom Brokaw reports for his involvement in Massive Online Open Courses - MOOCs. Please review our website to learn about the event and register. Click here to go to the ALT website.

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6311/13/2012 - FEED: Evidence-Based TeachingRiley Outpatient Center (ROC),A&BSee More

Faculty Enrichment and Education Development (FEED): Evidence-Based Teaching

Presenter :Todd Zakrajsek, PhD, Director of the International Teaching Learning Cooperative
Location: Riley Outpatient Center (ROC),A&B
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

Most academic physicians were trained to become physicians and develop expertise in their fields, but were never actually taught to teach. As a result, most of us have learned how to teach through imitation, observation, intuition and trial-and-error. Each of us has a repertoire of teaching approaches and methods that we believe are effective.

Research on teaching and learning provides valuable information pertaining to what teaching techniques actually work well. In this session, Dr. Zakrajsek will present a variety of evidence-based principles that can help improve teaching effectiveness, including surprising evidence that some of our cherished perceptions of facilitating learning are false and, if not harmful, are at the very least counterproductive.

 

About the Presenter:

Todd Zakrajsek, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Medicine and the immediate past Executive Director of the Center for Faculty Excellence at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to his work at UNC, he was the Inaugural Director of the Faculty Center for Innovative Teaching at Central Michigan University and the founding Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Southern Oregon University, where he also taught in the psychology department as a tenured associate professor.

Dr. Zakrajsek received his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Ohio University. He has published and presented widely on the topic of student learning, including workshops and conference keynote addresses in 38 states and 6 countries.

 

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6411/13/2012 - Academy: Oncourse ResourcesOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Resources: Tips and Tricks

Presenter :Tom Janke, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for intermediate to advanced Oncourse users.

The Oncourse Resources tool is a great way to store course materials. Attend this workshop to learn about creating student group folders, linking to resource items and folders, and other tips and tricks with the Oncourse Resources tool.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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6511/13/2012 - Academy: Evidence-Based TeachingOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Evidence-Based Teaching

Presenter :Todd Zakrajsek, PhD
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

Please note: This is an online version of the FEED presentation to be offered later in the day. 

Most academic physicians were trained to become physicians and develop expertise in their fields, but were never actually taught to teach. As a result, most of us have learned how to teach through imitation, observation, intuition and trial-and-error. Each of us has a repertoire of teaching approaches and methods that we believe are effective.

Research on teaching and learning provides valuable information pertaining to what teaching techniques actually work well.

In this online workshop, Dr. Zakrajsek will present a variety of evidence-based principles that can help improve teaching effectiveness, including surprising evidence that some of our cherished perceptions of facilitating learning are false and, if not harmful, are at the very least counterproductive.

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About the Presenter:

Todd Zakrajsek, PhD, is the Director of the International Teaching Learning Cooperative and the immediate past Executive Director of the Center for Faculty Excellence at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to his work at UNC, he was the Inaugural Director of the Faculty Center for Innovative Teaching at Central Michigan University and the founding Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Southern Oregon University, where he also taught in the psychology department as a tenured associate professor.

Dr. Zakrajsek received his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Ohio University. He has published and presented widely on the topic of student learning, including workshops and conference keynote addresses in 38 states and 6 countries.

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How to Connect:

This workshop can only be viewed online, using your own computer, in an Adobe Connect online meeting room. The address for the room is http://breeze.iu.edu/teaching. Instructions for preparing for and participating in the meeting room are below.

If you have any questions about this webinar, please feel free to call the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development (317) 278-3089.

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Before entering the Adobe Connect meeting room

Test your system to ensure that you have what you need to participate in the webinar

Logging in to the Adobe Connect meeting room

Access the Adobe Connect meeting room 10-15 minutes before the start of the webinar

  • Point your browser to http://breeze.iu.edu/teaching/
  • Log in as a Guest, typing your first and last name
    Note: If you have an IU Adobe Connect account, you may log in using that username and password

Participating in the Webinar

Make sure you can hear the presentation by running the Audio Setup Wizard as follows

  1. After you have entered the meeting room, click the Meeting menu at the top of the page
  2. Click Manage My Settings, then choose the Audio Setup Wizard from the list of options
  3. Turn your speakers on and complete the wizard.
    Note: You do not need a microphone to participate in this webinar. You may use the Chat pod to participate in discussions and to ask questions.

Communicating in the webinar

  • Type your question or comment in the Chat pod. Make sure you have it set to be sent to Everyone.

Ending the Adobe Connect Webinar

  • Complete the event evaluation by clicking on the link provided in the meeting room
  • Close out of the meeting room to log off and exit
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6611/15/2012 - IUPUI Preparing Social Science University Library (UL),1116See More

IUPUI Preparing Social Science Research Proposals

Presenter :Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),1116
Academy of Teaching Track:

This workshop will target the essentials of developing a successful grant proposal in the social sciences. A variety of topics will be covered from developing a strong foundation for your application to key components of the narrative, the basic budget, writing styles, and interpreting agency guidelines.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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6711/16/2012 - LGBT Council MeetingUniversity Place Conference Center and Hotel (IP),See More

LGBT Faculty and Staff Council Meeting

Presenter :TBD
Location: University Place Conference Center and Hotel (IP),
Academy of Teaching Track:

All faculty, staff, and graduate/professional students are welcome.

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6811/16/2012 - Academy: Critical ThinkingUniversity Library (UL),1116See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Critical Thinking: Fundamental and Powerful Concepts

Presenter :Lisa Contino
Location: University Library (UL),1116
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

Critical Thinking Workshop Series: Infusing Critical Thinking into Your Teaching

Workshop III. Not All Concepts are Created Equal: Identifying Fundamental and Powerful Concepts and their Corresponding Vocabulary

Presenter: Lisa Contino, Department of Psychology & Center for Teaching and Learning

This is the third of three workshops designed to encourage and support faculty as they experiment with activities and assignments that teach students to think critically about the content of a course using discipline-specific logic. The workshops are based on Gerald Nosich’s approach as described in his book Learning to Think Things Through (4th Ed., Pearson, 2012), which uses the Paul-Elder model of critical thinking as a foundation. Many faculty at IUPUI have attended Dr. Nosich’s workshops (sponsored by the Gateway to Graduation program), and have begun to incorporate the model in their courses. Others who are unfamiliar with this approach can access it via an interactive learning tool. Familiarity with Dr. Nosich’s book would prepare workshop participants to get the most out of this series. All are welcome. Bring course materials, e.g., syllabus and a few course assignments/activities.

The first and second workshops in the series are:

Workshop I. Jump into the Deep End: Getting Started in the Classroom, Friday, September 21, 10-11:30, CE 306

Workshop II. What Would a Student Ask? Identifying Essential Questions, Friday, October 19, 10-11:30, UL 1126

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6911/20/2012 - Academy: Oncourse GroupsOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Using Groups in Oncourse

Presenter :Erich Bauer, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for novice to intermediate Oncourse users.

Many of the tools in Oncourse are “group aware”, allowing students to learn, communicate, and share resources in a collaborative setting. In this workshop you will learn how to create groups and how to manage them within the framework of Oncourse.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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7011/28/2012 - Academy: Academic DishonestyDaly Center (MF),186See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Academic Dishonesty Workshop

Presenter :Megan Palmer, PhD and Anne Flaherty, PhD
Location: Daly Center (MF),186
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

In recent years, many educators have become increasingly concerned about academic dishonesty.  During this workshop we will discuss 1) national trends related to academic dishonesty, 2) possible causes for academic dishonesty, and 3) what faculty members can do to reduce the likelihood of academic misconduct.  Further, participants in the workshop will be provided resources regarding how to handle possible cases of cheating. 

 

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Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 22106. Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to "Dial a Conference Number."
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “22106#” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number, 22106, followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

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7111/29/2012 - Academy: ExamSoft's SofTeachMedical Research/Library Building (IB),226See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Creating Exams with ExamSoft's SofTeach

Presenter :Lorie Shuck
Location: Medical Research/Library Building (IB),226
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

 

 

Are you new to ExamSoft and would like to learn how to put together an exam? Have you used ExamSoft to create exams but would like a refresher? Attend this workshop to learn how you can create questions and post exams using ExamSoft's SofTeach program.

 

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7212/3/2012 - Academy: Efficient Outpatient TeachingOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars:Efficient Teaching in the Outpatient Setting

Presenter :Dr. Emily Walvoord
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room,
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

 

 

Finding time to incorporate learning activities into a busy clinic can be very challenging. This workshop has been designed to provide attendees with a number of different methods to efficiently engage learners of all levels. Participants will learn techniques such as the “One Minute Preceptor”, “SNAPPS” and also share best practices.

Objectives:

  • Plan a learning session that fits into a busy outpatient clinic
  • Rapidly assess the learner during a brief clinical encounter
  • Develop strategies to engage and empower learners in an efficient manner
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7312/5/2012 - Academy: Engaging & Motivating LearnersUniversity Library (UL),1116See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Engaging and Motivating Learners

Presenter :Lisa Contino, IUPUI Department of Psychology
Location: University Library (UL),1116
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Have you observed learners dozing off, distracting themselves with technology, avoiding answering questions, missing class, reading outside material or exhibiting other signs of disengagement or inattention? Whether you are dealing with these challenges now or have in your past, we invite you to share your questions, insights, and experiences and work together to formulate strategies to promote student engagement.

This event is a partnership with the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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7412/6/2012 - Chairs Series: Talent PipelineFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

Chairs Series: Talent Pipeline

Presenter :John Saultz, Chair of Family Medicine, Oregon Health Science University
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track:

John Saultz, Chair of Family Medicine, Oregon Health Science University, will lead this conversation on how department chairs can think across the talent pipeline in attracting, retaining, and training faculty to become future department leaders.

Dr. Saultz will discuss techniques for:

* Recruiting and inspiring faculty leaders

* Nurturing young faculty

* Mentoring faculty across the career continuum

* Communicating the mission and vision of your department to create leaders from within

 

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7512/12/2012 - Academy: Getting Video to StudentsMedical Research/Library Building (IB),225See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Getting Video to Students

Presenter :Lorie Shuck
Location: Medical Research/Library Building (IB),225
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

In this workshop we will discuss and demonstrate how to distribute video to students. These videos can be ones you've created or videos you have rights to use for your students. You will discover existing resources for storing your videos and learn techniques to help your students access the videos easily.

 

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7612/13/2012 - Academy: Fostering Hope Van Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),B11See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Fostering Hope: A Primer on Hope Theory for Educators, Mentors, and Clinicians

Presenter :Drs. Allison Martin and Kevin Rand
Location: Van Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),B11
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

 

This presentation will introduce participants to Hope Theory (Snyder, 2000), a psychological model of human behavior organized around the pursuit of goals. Research on hopeful thinking and goal pursuits will be reviewed from different contexts, including graduate education and healthcare.

Strategies for optimizing hopeful thinking, based on theory and empirical evidence, will be discussed. In addition, goal clarification exercises will help participants better understand their own goals and learn to foster hopeful, goal-directed thinking in mentees, students, and patients.

About the Presenters:

Allison Martin, JD, is a Clinical Professor of Law at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.  She has taught extensively in the area of legal writing and moot court advocacy. Dr. Martin is the faculty advisor for the national and international moot court teams. She also teaches professional responsibility.

Kevin Rand, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Psychology in the Purdue University School of Science at IUPUI.  Dr. Rand's research interests lie at the intersection of social, personality, and clinical psychology, with a specific interest in the relationships among anxiety, depression, and efforts at coping with life stressors. He is interested in the self-regulating influences of hopeful and optimistic thinking within the context of a life-threatening illness.

More Info:

For more information about Drs. Martin and Rand's research, review their paper in the Duquesne Law Review.

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Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 22107. Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to "Dial a Conference Number."
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “22107#” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number, 22107, followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

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771/3/2013 - Academy: Prepping your Oncourse SiteOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Prepping your Course Site in Oncourse

Presenter :Mark Alexander
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

In this online workshop, you will be guided through the steps necessary to set up your course site in Oncourse. You will learn how to import course material from another course site, load your syllabus, add items to Resources, and set up your Gradebook. During the workshop you will have opportunities to set up your course site. Be sure to have your syllabus and any other course material on-hand.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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781/4/2013 - Academy: Oncourse EssentialsUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Essentials

Presenter :Chip Easterling
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Designed to have you up and running quickly with Oncourse, this workshop will focus on the most commonly used tools in Oncourse. Participants will have the opportunity to work with the following tools: course email, syllabus, resources, announcements and gradebook. Bring a digital copy of your syllabus to get the most out of this session.

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791/8/2013 - Academy: Oncourse EssentialsOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Essentials

Presenter :Tom Janke
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Designed to have you up and running quickly with Oncourse, this online workshop will focus on the most commonly used tools in Oncourse. Participants will have the opportunity to work with the following tools: course email, syllabus, resources, announcements and gradebook. Bring a digital copy of your syllabus to get the most out of this session.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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801/9/2013 - Academy: Prepping your Oncourse SiteUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Prepping your Course Site in Oncourse

Presenter :Amy Powell
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

In this workshop, you will be guided through the steps necessary to set up your course site in Oncourse. You will learn how to import course material from another course site, load your syllabus, add items to Resources, and set up your Gradebook. During the workshop you will have opportunities to set up your course site. Be sure to have your syllabus and any other course material on-hand.

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811/11/2013 - Academy: Oncourse GradebookOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Gradebook

Presenter :Erich Bauer
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Today’s students expect to have up-to-date access to information regarding their grades. In this workshop we will go over the basics of gradebook creation in Oncourse. At the conclusion of the workshop, attendees will have an opportunity to receive individual support.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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821/15/2013 - New Faculty BreakfastFairbanks Hall (FS),1109See More

New Faculty Welcome Breakfast

Presenter :Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),1109
Academy of Teaching Track:

 

 

Please join us for an opportunity to meet Dean Brater and the Dean's Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development faculty and staff. This informal breakfast is to welcome new IUSM faculty hired between August 2012 and January 2013 and to inform them about resources and programs designed to support faculty.

 

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831/15/2013 - Academy: Oncourse Advanced FeaturesOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Advanced Features

Presenter :Mark Alexander
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Are you comfortable with the basic Oncourse tools and ready to explore something new? If so, join us in this online workshop held in an Adobe Connect meeting room. We'll travel beyond the basic tools and discover other tools, such as Site stats, Profile 2, Assignments 2, Blogs, and Turnitin that you might find to be helpful in your classes.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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841/16/2013 - Academy: Oncourse GradebookOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Gradebook

Presenter :Chip Easterling
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Today’s students expect to have up-to-date access to information regarding their grades. In this workshop we will go over the basics of gradebook creation in Oncourse. At the conclusion of the workshop, attendees will have an opportunity to receive individual support.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

Register
851/17/2013 - Academy: Oncourse Tests and SurveysUniversity Library (UL),1125See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Tests and Surveys

Presenter :Lorie Shuck
Location: University Library (UL),1125
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Discover how to deliver rich online assessments with the new Oncourse Testing tool. Participants will learn how to create question pools, import questions in bulk from text documents, import tests from the old Oncourse test tool, reduce the risk of academic dishonesty and more using the new Test tool. This is a hands-on workshop and participants are encouraged to bring digital versions of or have access to their existing assessments for experimentation.

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861/18/2013 - Academy: Organizing Content in OncourseMedical Research/Library Building (IB),226See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Delivering and Organizing Your Content in Oncourse

Presenter :Lorie Shuck
Location: Medical Research/Library Building (IB),226
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

 

 

Do you have online content that you would like to deliver to your students? Attend this workshop to discover existing and new Oncourse tools that can not only help you deliver the content, but can provide an organizing structure around the content. In this workshop we will discuss the Oncourse Resources and Modules tools, and the *new* Lessons tools.

 

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871/22/2013 - Diversity Week: Leroi HicksWishard Hospital,Myers AuditoriumSee More

Diversity Week: Leroi Hicks, MD, MPH

Presenter :Leroi Hicks, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School
Location: Wishard Hospital,Myers Auditorium
Academy of Teaching Track:

Each year, the IU School of Medicine Division of Diversity Affairs sponsors Diversity Week, in partnership with the IUSM Diversity Council and the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development.  The week features a series of speakers and events designed to engage faculty, staff, and learners in a dialogue regarding the important issues facing diverse populations in medicine and health care. 

Diversity Week events are free and open to the IUSM and IUPUI community.  Lunch will be served, and CME credit is available.

About the Presenter:

LeRoi S. Hicks, MD, MPH, is a lecturer in health care policy and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, and an attending hospitalist physician in internal medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In addition, Dr. Hicks is co-Director of the Health Disparities Research and research faculty to the Community Health Innovation and Research (CHIRP) Programs for the Harvard Catalyst. His research has been related to three areas: (1) The effects of patients’ racial and cultural background on the treatment and clinical outcomes of chronic disease; (2) the development and assessment of interventions aimed at improving quality of medical care and the reduction of disparities in care; and (3) community-based participatory research to identify and address healthcare disparities.

Accreditation Statement:  The Indiana University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation Statement:  The Indiana University School of Medicine designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.  Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Faculty Disclosure Statement:  In accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Standards for Commercial Support, educational programs sponsored by Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) must demonstrate balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor.  All faculty, authors, editors, and planning committee members participating in an IUSM-sponsored activity are required to disclose any relevant financial interest or other relationship with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) and/or provider(s) of commercial services that are discussed in an educational activity. 

Statements of disclosure have been obtained from this speaker.  This speaker has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

Commercial Support:  This CME activity does not have any commercial support.

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881/23/2013 - Diversity Week: Alejandro Sweet-CorderoWishard Hospital,Myers AuditoriumSee More

Diversity Week: Eric Alejandro Sweet-Cordero, MD

Presenter :Eric Alejandro Sweet-Cordero, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine
Location: Wishard Hospital,Myers Auditorium
Academy of Teaching Track:

Each year, the IU School of Medicine Division of Diversity Affairs sponsors Diversity Week, in partnership with the IUSM Diversity Council and the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development.  The week features a series of speakers and events designed to engage faculty, staff, and learners in a dialogue regarding the important issues facing diverse populations in medicine and health care. 

Diversity Week events are free and open to the IUSM and IUPUI community.  Lunch will be served, and CME credit is available.

About the Presenter:

Eric Alejandro Sweet-Cordero, M.D., is assistant professor of pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine. Sweet-Cordero earned bachelor’s degrees in anthropology and biology from Stanford University in 1989, and his medical doctorate in 1995 from the University of California, San Francisco. He conducted a pediatric residency at UCSF; was a clinical fellow in pediatric hematology/oncology at Children’s Hospital Boston/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute of Harvard Medical School; and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Cancer Research at MIT, under Tyler Jacks, Ph.D.

Sweet-Cordero’s laboratory identifies novel therapeutic approaches for cancer that target the altered signaling networks that are specific to cancer cells. He leverages genetically engineered mouse models of cancer as well as human cell lines and the analysis of primary human tissue samples to dissect the response to therapeutic agents. His research is focused on identifying and characterizing “synthetic lethal” interactions that alter the outcome of oncogenic Kras activation.

Accreditation Statement:  The Indiana University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation Statement:  The Indiana University School of Medicine designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.  Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Faculty Disclosure Statement:  In accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Standards for Commercial Support, educational programs sponsored by Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) must demonstrate balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor.  All faculty, authors, editors, and planning committee members participating in an IUSM-sponsored activity are required to disclose any relevant financial interest or other relationship with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) and/or provider(s) of commercial services that are discussed in an educational activity. 

Statements of disclosure have been obtained from this speaker.  This speaker has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

Commercial Support:  This CME activity does not have any commercial support.

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891/24/2013 - Diversity Week: Sade Kosoko-LasakiWishard Hospital,Myers AuditoriumSee More

Diversity Week: Sade Kosoko-Lasaki, MD, MSPH, MBA

Presenter :Sade Kosoko-Lasaki, MD, MSPH, MBA, Associate Vice President of Health Sciences, Creighton University School of Medicine
Location: Wishard Hospital,Myers Auditorium
Academy of Teaching Track:

Each year, the IU School of Medicine Division of Diversity Affairs sponsors Diversity Week, in partnership with the IUSM Diversity Council and the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development.  The week features a series of speakers and events designed to engage faculty, staff, and learners in a dialogue regarding the important issues facing diverse populations in medicine and health care. 

Diversity Week events are free and open to the IUSM and IUPUI community.  Lunch will be served, and CME credit is available.

About the Presenter:

Dr. Sade Kosoko-Lasaki, Associate Vice-President of Health Sciences, Professor of Surgery (Ophthamology), Preventative Medicine and Public Health is a senior physician and investigator with public health and ophthalmology training at Creighton University School of Medicine.  With her significant record in community-based research with the African-American community and cross-cultural education and training, she has implemented programs to empower Creighton University’s Health Sciences schools in the training and development of future leaders in healthcare to serve the needs of an increasing multicultural community. 

Accreditation Statement:  The Indiana University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation Statement:  The Indiana University School of Medicine designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.  Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Faculty Disclosure Statement:  In accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Standards for Commercial Support, educational programs sponsored by Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) must demonstrate balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor.  All faculty, authors, editors, and planning committee members participating in an IUSM-sponsored activity are required to disclose any relevant financial interest or other relationship with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) and/or provider(s) of commercial services that are discussed in an educational activity. 

Statements of disclosure have been obtained from this speaker.  This speaker has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

Commercial Support:  This CME activity does not have any commercial support.

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901/24/2013 - Expectations: Rights, Responsibilities Campus Center (CE),307See More

IUPUI Expectations: Rights, Responsibilities and Due Process

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),307
Academy of Teaching Track:

Faculty have rights as well as responsibilities as University citizens and members of the Academy and must be afforded due process when problems occur regarding their academic performance or professional behavior. This program will provide an overview of the expectations and the role of administrative leaders in ensuring due process when managing performance and/or behavioral issues.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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911/24/2013 - Academy: Oncourse GradebookOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Gradebook

Presenter :Amy Powell
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Today’s students expect to have up-to-date access to information regarding their grades. In this workshop we will go over the basics of gradebook creation in Oncourse. At the conclusion of the workshop, attendees will have an opportunity to receive individual support.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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921/25/2013 - Diversity Week: Alicia D.H. MonroeWishard Hospital,Myers AuditoriumSee More

Diversity Week: Alicia D.H. Monroe, MD

Presenter :Alicia D.H. Monroe, MD, Professor of Family Medicine and Vice Dean for Educational Affairs at the University of South Florida Health Morsani College of Medicine
Location: Wishard Hospital,Myers Auditorium
Academy of Teaching Track:

Each year, the IU School of Medicine Division of Diversity Affairs sponsors Diversity Week, in partnership with the IUSM Diversity Council and the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development.  The week features a series of speakers and events designed to engage faculty, staff, and learners in a dialogue regarding the important issues facing diverse populations in medicine and health care. 

Diversity Week events are free and open to the IUSM and IUPUI community.  Lunch will be served, and CME credit is available.

About the Presenter:

Dr. Alicia Monroe, professor of family medicine, oversees undergraduate medical education programs, the physical therapy program and the masters programs in graduate studies at the Morsani College of Medicine. Dr. Monroe is reengineering medical education to enhance student readiness for postgraduate training and practice. Educational innovations include the SELECT (Scholarly Excellence, Leadership Experiences, Collaborative Training) MD program, developed in partnership with the Lehigh Valley Health Network in Allentown, PA.

Dr. Monroe is recognized for her innovations in physician-patient communication, cross-cultural communication, and mentoring students and faculty. She is a member and past president of the Association for the Behavioral Sciences and Medical Education, a national organization of medical educators dedicated to creatively and innovatively applying social and behavioral science knowledge to medical education. She served on the Association for American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Behavioral and Social Sciences Expert Panel and was a contributor to the Behavioral and Social Sciences Foundations for Future Physicians.

Accreditation Statement:  The Indiana University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation Statement:  The Indiana University School of Medicine designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.  Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Faculty Disclosure Statement:  In accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Standards for Commercial Support, educational programs sponsored by Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) must demonstrate balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor.  All faculty, authors, editors, and planning committee members participating in an IUSM-sponsored activity are required to disclose any relevant financial interest or other relationship with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) and/or provider(s) of commercial services that are discussed in an educational activity. 

Statements of disclosure have been obtained from this speaker.  This speaker has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

Commercial Support:  This CME activity does not have any commercial support.

 

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931/25/2013 - Stepping Stones: Alicia MonroeFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership: Alicia D.H. Monroe

Presenter :Alicia Monroe, MD, Professor of Family Medicine, Vice Dean for Educational Affairs University of South Florida Health, Morsani College of Medicine
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track:

Women have achieved significant accomplishments in medicine and science, yet comprise a relatively small proportion of faculty, especially at the highest ranks and positions of leadership. As a result, women faculty tend to have smaller professional networks than male colleagues and have fewer role models of success.

The Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership series is intended to create a forum where all faculty and students can learn about professional development through hearing the personal career journeys of successful women.

Join us for breakfast and conversation with IU alumna, Dr. Alicia Monroe, Professor of Family Medicine, Vice Dean for Educational Affairs  University of South Florida Health, Morsani College of Medicine.

About the Presenter:

Dr. Alicia Monroe is the Vice Dean for Educational Affairs at the University of South Florida College of Medicine (USF COM). She joined the USF faculty as a professor of family medicine in July 2008. Prior to her move to Tampa, FL, Monroe was at Brown University where she served as Associate Dean for Diversity at Brown's Warren Alpert Medical School. Monroe is an expert in creating educational programs and courses to support the professional development of students, residents and junior faculty. She has taught physician-patient communication and counseling skills to medical students and residents for more than 20 years.

Monroe earned her MD from Indiana University School of Medicine, and completed an internship in psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, DC, and a residency in family medicine at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. She recently completed the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine Program (ELAM), as well as the Macy Mentorship Program in Health Communication.

This event is co-sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, the Division of Diversity Affairs, and the Women's Advisory Council.

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941/29/2013 - Midway to TenureCampus Center (CE),307See More

IUPUI Midway to Tenure: Building Your Evidence on Your Journey to Success

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),307
Academy of Teaching Track:

This program is designed to help junior faculty reflect on the outcomes of their three year, build and strengthen their promotion portfolio and prepare for the promotion and tenure process to ensure success in that venture.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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952/6/2013 - P&T: General OverviewDaly Center (MF),186See More

Promotion & Tenure Information Session: General Overview

Presenter :Sharon Andreoli and Mary Dankoski
Location: Daly Center (MF),186
Academy of Teaching Track:

 

Each year, the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development partners with the Office of Academic Administration and the school's Promotion & Tenure committee to offer a series of information sessions on the promotion and tenure process. This session will provide a broad overview of the process, including information about how to prepare your dossier.

In order to get the most out of the workshop, we’d like to ask that you complete the following three tasks prior to attending

Review your Track: Please review the timeline appropriate to your track (tenure track or clinical non-tenure track).

View an Online Tutorial: View one of our online tutorials appropriate to your area of excellence (scroll to the bottom of the page). 

Submit your questions: This year, we are collecting your questions prior to the workshops as a way to efficiently answer as many questions as possible.  Click here to submit your questions

This program is also available via a video bridge for regional campus participants, but registration is still required.

 

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Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 22103. Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to "Dial a Conference Number."
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “22103#” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number, 22103, followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

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962/7/2013 - P & T: Service ExcellenceVan Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),B11See More

Promotion & Tenure Information Session: Excellence in Service

Presenter :Sharon Andreoli and Emily Walvoord
Location: Van Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),B11
Academy of Teaching Track:

Each year, the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development partners with the Office of Academic Administration and the school's Promotion & Tenure committee to offer a series of information sessions on the promotion and tenure process. This session will provide an overview of the process for demonstrating excellence in service, including information about how to prepare your dossier.

In order to get the most out of the workshop, we’d like to ask that you complete the following three tasks prior to attending

Review your Track: Please review the timeline appropriate to your track (tenure track or clinical non-tenure track).

View an Online Tutorial: View one of our online tutorials appropriate to your area of excellence (scroll to the bottom of the page). 

Submit your questions: This year, we are collecting your questions prior to the workshops as a way to efficiently answer as many questions as possible.  Click here to submit your questions.

This program is also available via a video bridge for regional campus participants, but registration is still required.

 

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Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 22103. Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to "Dial a Conference Number."
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “22103#” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number, 22103, followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

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972/7/2013 - Partner: PNC Black History MonthTBA,Glick Indiana History Center 450 W. Ohio St.See More

Partner Event: PNC Black History Month Celebration with Keynote Jesse Russell

Presenter :Jesse Russell, President & CEO, incNETWORKS
Location: TBA,Glick Indiana History Center 450 W. Ohio St.
Academy of Teaching Track:

Connie Bond Stuart, Regional President of PNC Central & Southern Indiana requests the pleasure of your company at PNC’s Celebration of Black History Month featuring 2013 keynote speaker Jesse Russell, "The Father of Digital Cellular Technology," President & CEO, incNETWORKS.

This event is held from 4:30pm-6:15pm at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, 450 W. Ohio Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204.

This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required by February 4 via this link

This event is a partnership posting for PNC Bank and the IUPUI Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

About the Presenter:
Jesse Russell has over 30 years experience in advanced wireless communications.  He is the recognized father of digital cellular technology and is responsible for many of the innovations found in the world’s wireless infrastructure. 

Mr. Russell is the former Chief Wireless Architect for AT&T Bell Laboratories and also served as CTO for Lucent Wireless.  He holds over 75 patents in digital cellular technologies, dual-mode digital cellular phones and digital software radio.  2 of 3 FCC 30 Top Minds' Ideas were Jesse's in 2012.  

Mr. Russell was inducted into the National Academy of Engineering in 1995 for his pioneering work in digital cellular communications technology.

He is a graduate of Tennessee State University and also holds an MSEE from Stanford University.

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982/8/2013 - Academy: Lectures with Clickers Part 2University Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Delivering Engaging Lectures with Clickers: Part 2

Presenter :Erich Bauer
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

In this informative session, participants will be introduced to the student response system(SRS) supported by Indiana University called TurningPoint. Working within the SRS software, participants will do the following: build basic slides; facilitate presentations; generate reports; and incorporate best practices.

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992/8/2013 - P&T: WomenDaly Center (MF),186See More

Promotion & Tenure: Special Session for Women Faculty

Presenter :Sharon Andreoli and Mary Dankoski
Location: Daly Center (MF),186
Academy of Teaching Track:

Each year, the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development partners with the Office of Academic Administration and the school's Promotion & Tenure committee to offer a series of information sessions on the promotion and tenure process. This session will provide information on the tenure process especially for women faculty, including information about how to prepare your dossier. 

In order to get the most out of the workshop, we’d like to ask that you complete the following three tasks prior to attending

Review your Track: Please review the timeline appropriate to your track (tenure track or clinical non-tenure track).

View an Online Tutorial: View one of our online tutorials appropriate to your area of excellence (scroll to the bottom of the page). 

Submit your questions: This year, we are collecting your questions prior to the workshops as a way to efficiently answer as many questions as possible.  Click here to submit your questions.

This program is also available via a video bridge for regional campus participants, but registration is still required.

**************************************************************

Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 22103. Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to "Dial a Conference Number."
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “22103#” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number, 22103, followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

Register
1002/12/2013 - Performance Feedback Development Campus Center (CE),268See More

IUPUI Effective Approaches for Providing Performance Feedback Development Planning

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),268
Academy of Teaching Track:

This program will focus on performance management conversations through interpersonal skill development. Strategies and resources to influence performance outcomes for both highly productive and under-performing faculty will be discussed including developmental planning to shape future behaviors.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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1012/12/2013 - FEED: MentoringRiley Outpatient Center (ROC),A & BSee More

Faculty Enrichment and Education Development (FEED): Mentoring

Presenter :Julie Welch, MD and Stephen Bogdewic, PhD
Location: Riley Outpatient Center (ROC),A & B
Academy of Teaching Track:

Faculty mentoring in academic medicine is crucial to career success and satisfaction.  Join us as we explore concepts of the mentor-mentee relationship and provide a framework for specific mentoring skills.  Learn ways to maximize your role as an effective mentor or mentee.  Take away practical tools to incorporate into your own mentoring relationships.

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1022/12/2013 - Academy: Oncourse Test and SurveysUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Tests and Surveys

Presenter :Mark Alexander
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Discover how to deliver rich online assessments with the new Oncourse Testing tool. Participants will learn how to create question pools, import questions in bulk from text documents, import tests from the old Oncourse test tool, reduce the risk of academic dishonesty and more using the new Test tool. This is a hands-on workshop and participants are encouraged to bring digital versions of or have access to their existing assessments for experimentation.

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1032/12/2013 - Academy: Queering the CurriculumCampus Center (CE),148See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Queering the Curriculum

Presenter :Jamie Washington, PhD
Location: Campus Center (CE),148
Academy of Teaching Track: C

In this interactive training session, nationally recognized speaker, Dr. Jamie Washington will lead faculty and staff participants through a discussion of opportunities and approaches to incorporate LGBT and other diverse perspectives into existing curriculum. 

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Faculty/Staff Council, IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs & Professional Development, Division of Student Life, Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, the Multicultural Success Center, and the IUPUI Black Faculty/Staff Council.

About the Presenter:

Dr. Jamie Washington serves as the President and Founder of the Washington Consulting Group, a Multicultural Organizational Development Firm based in Baltimore, MD. He is also a senior consultant with The Equity Consulting Group of California, and Elsie Y. Cross and Associates out of Philadelphia. Dr. Washington has served as an educator and administrator in higher education for over 20 years.

He most recently served as the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). He has been an instructor in Sociology, American Studies and Education, and an Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies at UMBC. 

Dr. Washington earned his B.S. degree in Therapeutic Recreation and Music from Slippery Rock State College, and a double Masters’ of Science degree from Indiana University/Bloomington in Higher Education Administration and Counseling, with a concentration in Human Sexuality. He holds a Ph.D. in College Student Development, with a concentration in Multicultural Education from the University of Maryland College Park.

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1042/14/2013 - Academy: Oncourse Tests and SurveysOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Tests and Surveys

Presenter :Lorie Schuck
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Discover how to deliver rich online assessments with the new Oncourse Testing tool. Participants will learn how to create question pools, import questions in bulk from text documents, import tests from the old Oncourse test tool, reduce the risk of academic dishonesty and more using the new Test tool. This is a hands-on workshop and participants are encouraged to bring digital versions of or have access to their existing assessments for experimentation.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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1052/15/2013 - AMWA: CV WorkshopEmerson Hall (EH),304See More

American Medical Women's Association: Mentoring Mixer - Curriculum Vita Workshop

Presenter :Mary Dankoski, Ph.D.
Location: Emerson Hall (EH),304
Academy of Teaching Track:

The Student - Faculty Mentoring Mixers are a great opportunity for all interested IUSM learners and faculty to build their networks.  The event is open to medical students, graduate students, residents, post-doctoral fellows, and faculty. In this workshop, Mary Dankoski, Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, will be presenting on composing your CV. 

Lunch will be provided.

Sponsored by the American Medical Womens Association (AMWA) Student Chapter, the IUSM Womens Advisory Council, and Office for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development

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1062/16/2013 - Alumni Assoc: Weekend UTBA,NCAA Hall of Champions and Conference Center See More

IU Alumni Association: Weekend U

Presenter :Indiana University Alumni Association
Location: TBA,NCAA Hall of Champions and Conference Center
Academy of Teaching Track:

Are you a competitor? It’s likely you compete in ways even you don’t recognize. Our everyday lives are consumed by business, political, family, and leisure activities—all of which are driven by competition. It affects us all and contributes to our individual characters. Join us for a continuing education conference about competition presented by your Alumni Association. Inspired by Indiana Humanities two-year program, Spirit of Competition, our distinguished selection of faculty and local experts will explore the many ways in which someone or something is vying for your attention every day. Be part of the discussion. Challenge the way you think about competition.

View/Download Schedule

CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
All participants will receive a “Certificate of Attendance”
2 hours of *CLE (Continuing Legal Education) will be offered to Indiana licensed attorneys.

WHAT TO WEAR
You will find that some people will be in business casual attire, others will be wearing their favorite IUPUI sweatshirts and jeans. It is Saturday. Be comfortable!

REGISTRATION
You must pre-register for this conference because seating is limited.

Price per person (includes continental breakfast and lunch)

$25.00 - Members of the IU or Purdue Alumni Associations, or Current Students

$35.00 - Non-members affiliated with IUPUI, IU or Purdue (alumni, faculty, staff)

$45.00 - General Admission

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1072/20/201311:30 AM - 01:00 PMStepping Stones: Kathy PeckFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership: Kathy Peck

Presenter :Kathy Peck, Executive Associate Dean for Administration, Operations, and Finance, Indiana University School of Medicine
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track:

Women have achieved significant accomplishments in medicine and science, yet comprise a relatively small proportion of faculty, especially at the highest ranks and positions of leadership. As a result, women faculty tend to have smaller professional networks than male colleagues and have fewer role models of success.

The Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership series is intended to create a forum where all faculty and students can learn about professional development through hearing the personal career journeys of successful women.

Join us for lunch and conversation with Kathy Peck, Executive Associate Dean for Administration, Operations, and Finance at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Sponsored by the IUSM Women's Advisory Council and the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development.

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1082/20/2013 - Academy: Information Graphics Part 1University Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Effective Information Graphics, Part 1

Presenter :Isaac Wilson
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Part 1 of this series will investigate how data is visually perceived and understood. Participants will learn research-based methods for communicating graphical information clearly. By the end, participants will be able to recognize the differences between interesting images and informative graphics. Attendees are encouraged but not required to bring a dataset for use during the series.

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1092/22/2013 - Academy: Information LiteracyTaylor Hall (UC),104See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Information Literacy Workshop

Presenter :Anne Zald
Location: Taylor Hall (UC),104
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Do your learners often go to Wikipedia for information?  Attend this workshop to learn ways to imbed information literacy and evaluation of sources into the content of your lectures and feedback sessions. 

This event is a partnership with the IUPUI Gateway to Graduation program.

About the Presenter:

Anne E. Zald, A.M.L.S., is the Head of the Instruction Department, University Libraries at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where efforts to embed information literacy learning across the curriculum are her primary responsibility.

Anne's eperience over the last 30 years includes coordinating instruction and the creation of new courses, developing outreach projects and expanding eduicational roles for academic librarians, and providing professional development on pedagogy, assessment, and curricular integration of information literacy.

She has been a faculty memeber for the Institute of Information Literacy for the Association of College and Research Libraries since 1999, where Anne's work with librarians and library administrators have helped to shape information literacy, instruction, and asseessment projects and intiatives in institutions around the country.

 

 

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1102/26/2013 - Clinical RanksCampus Center (CE),307See More

IUPUI Workshop for the Clinical Ranks

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),307
Academy of Teaching Track:

Clinical faculty must demonstrate excellence in either teaching or service. This workshop will present the criteria for promotion in the clinical ranks and how to organize information and evidence to make a solid case for excellence in teaching or service with satisfactory performance in the other category. Members of the Task Force on Clinical Ranks will help facilitate the program.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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1112/26/2013 - Academy: Discovering SOTLUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Discovering the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Presenter :Bill Orme and Kimberly Olivares
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) has been defined as “systematic reflection on teaching and learning made public.” This workshop will focus on the variety of venues available to faculty wishing to contribute to the scholarship of teaching and learning, including journals, professional organizations, and conferences devoted to SoTL concerns. It also will address how to find prior work related to your SoTL idea, both in general and discipline-specific resources, thus enabling you to ground your work in the literature. Attendees will learn about the growing community of SoTL scholars and how to contribute research to this growing academic field.

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1122/27/2013 - Academy: Information Graphics Part 2University Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Effective Information Graphics, Part 2

Presenter :Isaac Wilson
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Part 2 of this series will have participants turning data sets into to effective information graphics. Inkscape, a free vector graphics program, will serve as the primary software tool in this session. Attendees should have basic familiarity with graphic creation tools. During the workshop, participants will produce informational graphics for different purposes. Attendees are encouraged but not required to bring a dataset for use during the series.

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1132/27/2013 - Meeting the Health Care Needs of LGBTRiley Hospital,Meiks Conference RoomSee More

Meeting the Health Care Needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) People: The End to LGBT Invisibility

Presenter :Baligh Yehia, MD, MSHP, MPP
Location: Riley Hospital,Meiks Conference Room
Academy of Teaching Track:

Please join us during Women's Health week to listen to a special guest speaker from the American Medical Association, Baligh Yehia, MD, MSHP, MPP on Meeting the Health Care Needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Populations.

Participants will learn:

- How to describe the social context of anti-LGBT discrimination and discrimination in health care in particular

- How to describe terminology and concepts related to LGBT populations

- How to describe health care disparities affecting the health of LGBT people

- How to list strategies for creating a safe and welcoming evnironment for LGBT patients

Come join us in the Meiks Conference Room on the 5th Floor in Riley Hospital.

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1142/27/2013 - IUPUI New Faculty GatheringCampus Center (CE),405See More

IUPUI New Faculty Mid Year Gathering

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Faculty Appointments and Advancement
Location: Campus Center (CE),405
Academy of Teaching Track:

To start the new year off right, the IUPUI New Faculty Experience Planning Committee would like to invite you to a midyear meeting to reconnect and follow-up on your progress. Executive Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Faculties, Nasser Paydar, will offer brief remarks of welcome. 

Participants will:

-Meet and dnetworking with other new faculty members

-Share experiences, triumphs, and challenges from the fall semester

-Tell the committee how to enhance the new faculty experience

-Enjoy light refreshments

 

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1153/1/2013 - Academy: Global Teaching InstituteCampus Center (CE),450See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Global Teaching and Learning Institute

Presenter :IUPUI Office of International Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),450
Academy of Teaching Track: C

Commitment to global learning must be shared broadly across campuses, not only promoted by a select few within international offices or other units. This one-day institute is designed for the many constituents and campus allies that together pursue and support global teaching and learning.

Three tracks will allow administrators, faculty, and staff to think deeply, broadly, and deliberately about the distinct yet interrelated paths and practices for comprehensive global learning.

Faculty Track: Faculty will learn about global learning outcomes and will consider ways to achieve such outcomes in their teaching and classrooms.

Staff Track: Staff of centers for teaching and learning will explore the evolving importance of internationalization and gain skills and strategies they can share with faculty and others on their campuses.

Administrator Track: Administrators and international education leaders will consider how to systematically and intentionally integrate international learning within departments, units, programs, schools, and campuses.

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1163/5/2013 - Academy: Powerpint AlternativesUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: PowerPoint Alternatives

Presenter :Isaac Wilson
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is an introduction to cloud-based presentation tools such as Prezi, Google Docs, and simple HTML. Participants will view examples, use the creation tools to make basic presentations, and investigate the benefits and limitations of using these alternatives. Attendees are encouraged to bring a PowerPoint file to work from.

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1173/6/2013 - Academy: Disruptive BehaviorUniversity Library (UL),1116See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Managing Disruptive Behavior and Promoting Civility

Presenter :Lisa Contino
Location: University Library (UL),1116
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Have you experienced disruptive student conduct such as off topic chatter, unwarranted challenges to authority, or other uncivil behavior that interferes with the learning experience? Whether you are dealing with these challenges now or have in your past, we invite you to share your questions, insights, and experiences and work together to formulate strategies to promote civility. Bring your lunch. We’ll have coffee and popcorn.

This session is part of the First Wednesday Brown Bag Series, which is designed to provide faculty with a forum to discuss common teaching challenges and to consider constructive, evidence-based solutions to those challenges. Each facilitated session is focused on a particular topic and designed for faculty with all levels of experience.

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1183/6/2013 - Basic Proposal DevelopmentUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

Basic Proposal Development for Faculty

Presenter :Sponsored by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

Preparing a competitive, fundable grant proposal takes significant planning and skillful execution.  This introductory session will focus on where to start the process, key components of a proposal, budget preparation, and what assistance is available.  A Q&A session will follow the presentation.  This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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1193/6/2013 - P&T: Adobe General SessionOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Promotion & Tenure: Adobe Connect General Overview Session

Presenter :Mary Dankoski, PhD
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track:

Each year, the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development partners with the Office of Academic Administration and the school's Promotion & Tenure committee to offer a series of information sessions on the promotion and tenure process. This session will provide a broad overview of the process, including information about how to prepare your dossier.

In order to get the most out of the workshop, we’d like to ask that you complete the following three tasks prior to attending

Review your Track: Please review the timeline appropriate to your track (tenure track or clinical non-tenure track).

View an Online Tutorial: View one of our online tutorials appropriate to your area of excellence (scroll to the bottom of the page). 

Submit your questions: This year, we are collecting your questions prior to the workshops as a way to efficiently answer as many questions as possible.  Click here to submit your questions.

This workshop can only be viewed online, using your own computer, in an Adobe Connect online meeting room. The address for the room is http://breeze.iu.edu/teaching. Instructions for preparing for and participating in the meeting room are below.

If you have any questions about this webinar, please feel free to call the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development (317) 278-3089.

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Before entering the Adobe Connect meeting room

Test your system to ensure that you have what you need to participate in the webinar

Logging in to the Adobe Connect meeting room

Access the Adobe Connect meeting room 10-15 minutes before the start of the webinar

  • Point your browser to http://breeze.iu.edu/teaching/
  • Log in as a Guest, typing your first and last name
    Note: If you have an IU Adobe Connect account, you may log in using that username and password

Participating in the Webinar

Make sure you can hear the presentation by running the Audio Setup Wizard as follows

  1. After you have entered the meeting room, click the Meeting menu at the top of the page
  2. Click Manage My Settings, then choose the Audio Setup Wizard from the list of options
  3. Turn your speakers on and complete the wizard.
    Note: You do not need a microphone to participate in this webinar. You may use the Chat pod to participate in discussions and to ask questions.

Communicating in the webinar

  • Type your question or comment in the Chat pod. Make sure you have it set to be sent to Everyone.

Ending the Adobe Connect Webinar

  • Complete the event evaluation by clicking on the link provided in the meeting room
  • Close out of the meeting room to log off and exit
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1203/7/2013 - Academy: Course DesignOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Course Design

Presenter :Sarah Lang
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: C

Are you teaching a new course or substantially revising a course for next year? Many of the decisions affecting the success of a course take place well before the first day of class. This session will provide you with resources and strategies to start your design process.

 

 

This webinar is part of the Center for Teaching and Learning’s online workshop series, Teaching@IUPUI. Tailored for faculty new to IUPUI, each online workshop serves as a forum to learn new strategies and hone teaching practices. Grounded in current research, these workshops address various teaching topics and provide participants with strategies that can make instruction more effective and efficient as well as introduce participants to teaching and learning resources available on campus.

To view recordings of our previous offerings, check out the Teaching@IUPUI webpage

NOTE: The Teaching@IUPUI workshop series is held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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1213/13/2013 - Academy: Adobe PresenterUniversity Library (UL),1130See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Instructing with Adobe Presenter

Presenter :Erich Bauer
Location: University Library (UL),1130
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

See how a PowerPoint presentation can be turned into an interactive Flash video to be delivered dynamically over the web. Beyond simply an instructor narrated PowerPoint, this web-optimized presentation tool allows learners to replay portions, select individual slides, search for specific text or take self-assessment quizzes. During this hands-on workshop, participants will be guided through the planning, creation and publishing process. This introductory session will give you all the tools needed to start creating your own engaging online presentations using Adobe Presenter.

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1223/13/2013 - Academy: Web Content DeliveryUniversity Library (UL),1130See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Web Content Delivery

Presenter :Amy Powell
Location: University Library (UL),1130
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Explore various tools that make it easy for delivering content oline. Participants will work with tools such as Google Sites, Oncourse Modules, Softchalk, etc. This is one in a series of hands-on workshops designed that allow participants to experiment with a variety of technology which can be used to support online learning.

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1233/14/2013 - Academy: Online Learning ActivitiesUniversity Library (UL),1130See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Creating Online Learning Activities

Presenter :Chip Easterling
Location: University Library (UL),1130
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Learning activities can be delivered over the web to enhance, supplement and facilitate learning. In this hands-on session, you will explore online sites to find existing learning objects. You will also learn about creating custom learning objects using tools such as Hot Potatoes and others.

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1243/14/2013 - Academy: Virtual ClassroomUniversity Library (UL),1130See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: The Virtual Classroom: Web Conferencing with Adobe Connect

Presenter :Tom Janke
Location: University Library (UL),1130
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Acquire the skills you need to facilitate an online web-conference by using Adobe Connect. Participants will gain hands on experience creating polls, working with that chat pod, using video and audio components and other features. This workshop is the fourth of four hands-on workshops designed to allow participants to experiment with a variety of technology which can be used to support online learning.

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1253/15/2013 - Midwest Leaders ConferenceEskanazi Hall (HR),101See More

Midwest Leaders in Maternal Child Health Nutrition Network Conference

Presenter :Lisa Harris, MD , Marie Wiese, Steve and Annette Economindes
Location: Eskanazi Hall (HR),101
Academy of Teaching Track:

The impact of poverty on health and nutrition will be the focus of the Midwest Leaders in Maternal Child Health Nutrition Network conference.  The conference, “Poverty, Health and Nutrition: Resources for the Under Resourced”  will take place from 1 to 6 p.m. Friday , March 15, in Room 101 of Eskenazi Hall, Herron School of Art and Design.  The event will include remarks from Lisa Harris, MD, CEO of Eskenazi Health Services on the scope of poverty in Marion County at 1 p.m..  At 2 p.m., Marie Wiese, MDiv, Coordinator of the Circles® Initiative at The Julian Center, will discuss a program designed to enable people to lift themselves out of poverty.  At 3 p.m., participants will hear from New York Times Best Selling Authors and personal finance experts Steve and Annette Economides.  The event is open to the public.  RSVP is required by Friday, March 8 at nutrdiet@iu.edu.  The conference is sponsored by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, the IU School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, and the IU School of Medicine.  Visit the IUPUI News Release for more information.

 

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1263/19/2013 - Academy: PeerMark and Peer ReviewUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: PeerMark and Peer Review

Presenter :Chip Easterling
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

An introduction to the PeerMark tool – part of the turnitin suite – and to using peer review activities in course activities. Topics discussed include: introduction to Peermark, how and when to create meaningful peer review activities, and how to best use PeerMark in these activities.


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1273/20/2013 - Effective MentoringCampus Center (CE),305See More

IUPUI Strategies for Effective Mentoring

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),305
Academy of Teaching Track:

The role and behaviors of an effective mentor, relationship building strategies as well as models, tools and resources to further develop your skills as a mentor will be presented. The goal of the program is to provide administrators with methods to improve their leadership and mentoring skills as a means to guide faculty to successful performance outcomes.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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1283/21/2013 - Academy: Creating an Effective SyllabusOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Teaching @IUPUI: Creating an Effective Course Syllabus

Presenter :Sarah Lang
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

We are familiar with the basics needed in a classroom: a syllabus, a schedule, ice-breakers, etc. But how do faculty actually create syllabi that are effective and successful in enhancing learning? What are the items that faculty need to include in a syllabus to help prevent problems later in the semester? This session will answer those questions and provide resources and language to include in your syllabus.

 

This webinar is part of the Center for Teaching and Learning’s online workshop series, Teaching@IUPUI. Tailored for faculty new to IUPUI, each online workshop serves as a forum to learn new strategies and hone teaching practices. Grounded in current research, these workshops address various teaching topics and provide participants with strategies that can make instruction more effective and efficient as well as introduce participants to teaching and learning resources available on campus.

To view recordings of our previous offerings, check out the Teaching@IUPUI webpage

NOTE: The Teaching@IUPUI workshop series is held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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1293/21/2013 - LAMP Alumni: I'm Promoted, Now What?Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

LAMP Alumni: I'm Promoted, Now What? Adjusting the Thermostat on Your Academic Life

Presenter :Meggin McIntosh, PhD
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track:

Attend this event to reconnect with your Leadership in Academic Medicine Program (LAMP) cohort and attend to the next steps of your career!  Now that you’ve be in your position for some time, this workshop will be an opportunity for you to envision your life post-promotion and then move your dreams into action. 

Much of the rest of your professional life rests on whether you learn how to achieve, attain, and accomplish your goals in academic medicine - and to do so in the realm of what matters to you.  Join us for a special breakfast meeting with Meggin McIntosh, “The Ph.D. of Productivity”™, to learn how to put the rest of your career on the right track.

About the Presenter:

Dr. Meggin McIntosh has been called “an educational treasure.”  First, through her work as a professor at the University of Nevada Reno and now through her company, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc., Meggin has had an impact on hundreds of thousands around the globe – supporting those individuals who are striving to achieve and maintain excellence in their personal and professional lives.  Meggin is known for her humor and practical approach.  In her workshops, you can expect content-rich, energizing learning sessions each and every time you are fortunate enough to take one of her classes.

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1303/21/2013 - Feeling LuckyUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

Feeling Lucky... and other ways women can get in their own way

Presenter :Mary Dankoski, PhD
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

In this talk, Dr. Mary Dankoski will discuss the impact of unconscious bias and gender socialization on women's careers, and share how women can counteract such influences in their own lives through the art of self-promotion and increased self-confidence.

Sponsored by the IUPUI Office for Women

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1313/22/2013 - Academy: Evidence-Based TeachingUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Evidence-Based Teaching

Presenter :Lisa Contino
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

This half-day workshop provides participants opportunities to learn research-based principles of effective teaching and connect these principles to their teaching. These principles include addressing prior knowledge; enhancing motivation; processing and organizing information; and thinking about thinking. Because the format of this workshop involves presentation, discussion, and application, we ask participants to bring course materials (e.g., syllabus, assessments, assignments).

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1323/22/2013 - P&T: Chairs and Primary CommitteesDaly Center (MF),186See More

Promotion & Tenure Training Session for Chairs and Primary Committees

Presenter :Sharon Andreoli and Mary Dankoski
Location: Daly Center (MF),186
Academy of Teaching Track:

Department chairs and primary committee members make P&T decisions that have a significant and long-term impact on the lives of faculty and on the institution.  As the pressures shaping faculty life continue to evolve, chairs and committee members need support and up-to-date information in order to effectively execute this important responsibility.

During this interactive session, IUSM department chairs and primary committee members will engage in a discussion of challenges and best practices, learn updates to the campus gudielines, and will receive guidance from Sharon Andreoli, Chair of the IUSM P&T committee and Mary Dankoski, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development.

Presenters will share valuable information and resources for how to review dossiers in the most fair and efficient manner.

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1333/27/2013 - Documenting Excellence in TeachingCampus Center (CE),307See More

IUPUI Documenting Excellence in Teaching, Research and Service

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),307
Academy of Teaching Track:

After an overview of the Promotion and Tenure guidelines, members of the Campus Promotion and Tenure Committee will work with small groups of faculty to discuss ways to best demonstrate excellence in their chosen area. Participants are encouraged to review the Adobe Connect Program regarding their selected area of excellence prior to the program and bring a draft of the respective dossier section to work on and discuss in small groups.

Presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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1343/27/2013 - Academy: Google DocsOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Google Docs and Collaboration: Introduction

Presenter :Chip Easterling
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This workshop is designed for novice Google Docs users.Google Docs will be introduced and examples of collaborative activities with Google Docs will be demonstrated, time-permitting. Google docs is a suite of web-based applications that facilitate group work easily. Google Docs includes a spreadsheet and word processing application and others.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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1353/28/2013 - Academy: Writing Learning Outcomes Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Writing Learning Outcomes

Presenter :Sarah Lang
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Well-articulated learning outcomes are helpful for planning a course and individual lessons, as well as communicating your expectations to your students.  In this session, you will become familiar with tools for developing course goals and learning objectives, and practice constructing both.

This webinar is part of the Center for Teaching and Learning’s online workshop series, Teaching@IUPUI. Tailored for faculty new to IUPUI, each online workshop serves as a forum to learn new strategies and hone teaching practices. Grounded in current research, these workshops address various teaching topics and provide participants with strategies that can make instruction more effective and efficient as well as introduce participants to teaching and learning resources available on campus.

To view recordings of our previous offerings, check out the Teaching@IUPUI webpage

NOTE: The Teaching@IUPUI workshop series is held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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1364/3/2013 - Academy: Engaging & Motivating LearnersUniversity Library (UL),1116See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: First Wednesday Brown Bag: Engaging and Motivating Learners

Presenter :Lisa Contino
Location: University Library (UL),1116
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

Have you observed learners dozing off, distracting themselves with technology, avoiding answering questions, missing class, reading outside material or exhibiting other signs of disengagement or inattention? Whether you are dealing with these challenges now or have in your past, we invite you to share your questions, insights, and experiences and work together to formulate strategies to promote student engagement. Bring your lunch. We’ll have coffee and popcorn.

This session is part of the First Wednesday Brown Bag Series, which is designed to provide faculty with a forum to discuss common teaching challenges and to consider constructive, evidence-based solutions to those challenges. Each facilitated session is focused on a particular topic and designed for faculty with all levels of experience.

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1374/4/2013 - Academy: Symposium on TeachingCampus Center (CE),450See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: E.C. Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Campus Center (CE),450
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

The Edward C. Moore Symposium on Teaching Excellence is one of IUPUI's oldest public events, dating from the years of IUPUI's inception. Named in honor of Edward C. Moore, former dean of the faculties, the symposium brings the Indiana higher education community together to examine the various instructional strategies that encourage student learning. Visit event webpage.

 

This year's keynote speaker is Jose Antonio Bowen, Algur H Meadows Chair and Dean of the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University and author of the book Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning.

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1384/11/2013 - Academy: Planning a Class SessionOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Teaching @IUPUI: Planning a Class Session

Presenter :Sarah Lang
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

You have just 60 minutes to cover a topic. How do you choose and then organize the subtopics? How do you engage students in learning? How do you find out what they’ve learned? Most importantly, how do you fit it all in? In this session, you will learn the basics of planning a learning unit, while avoiding common pitfalls along the way.

This webinar is part of the Center for Teaching and Learning’s online workshop series, Teaching@IUPUI. Tailored for faculty new to IUPUI, each online workshop serves as a forum to learn new strategies and hone teaching practices. Grounded in current research, these workshops address various teaching topics and provide participants with strategies that can make instruction more effective and efficient as well as introduce participants to teaching and learning resources available on campus.

 

To view recordings of our previous offerings, check out the Teaching@IUPUI webpage

NOTE: The Teaching@IUPUI workshop series is held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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1394/16/2013 - Academy: IUanyWare, IU BoxOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: IUanyWare, IU Box, and your Courses: Productivity, Efficiency, and Quality

Presenter :Chip Easterling
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This is a two-part exploration of two IU-provided cloud services (IUanyWare and IU Box) and how these services can be used to support instruction and learning. Part one introduces the concepts of cloud computing and cloud-based storage, and looks at potential applications of IUanyWare and IU Box to your courses. Specifically, in this part we will focus on how these tools can impact the productivity, efficiency and quality of instruction and learning.

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1404/16/2013 - AMWA Mentor MixerCreation Cafe and Euphoria,See More

Women Student-Faculty Mentoring Mixer

Presenter :Mentor Mixer
Location: Creation Cafe and Euphoria,
Academy of Teaching Track:

The Women Student - Faculty Mentoring Mixers are a great opportunity for all interested IUSM learners and faculty to build their networks.  The event is open to women medical students, graduate students, residents, post-doctoral fellows, and faculty. Please join us in this opportunity to network with the Women's Advisory Council at Euphoria located on the 2nd floor of Creation Cafe.

Sponsored by the American Medical Womens Association (AMWA) Student Chapter, the IUSM Womens Advisory Council, and Office for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development

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1414/18/2013 - Negotiating the DivideFairbanks Hall (FS),1110See More

Negotiating the Divide: The Unexplained Trend of Men Earning More than Women

Presenter :National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),1110
Academy of Teaching Track:

The purpose of the event is to raise awareness and understanding of the pay gap that exists between men and women training and working as physicians, scientists, and faculty. This networking event brings residents, students, scientists, and fellows from throughout the Indianapolis area together with industry professionals and established physicians and faculty to discuss pay discrepancies, negotiation skills and to encourage female leadership in medicine and science.

This year’s keynote business speaker is Lori A. Ball, MBA. Ms. Ball plays a strategic role in the overall management and growth of BioStorage Technologies, Inc., a comprehensive sample management solutions company for the bioscience industry.  Through her leadership as Chief Operating Officer she has enabled the company to achieve year-over-year double-digit revenue growth. Her business savvy, leadership experience, and negotiating skills will inspire you and provide unique insight into marketing yourself and your leadership skills.

Sharing a physician’s perspective is a leader in neonatal medicine, Niceta Bradburn, MD, FAAP, Program Director and Executive Director of the Regional Neonatology Program for St. Vincent Women's Hospital. Dr. Bradburn has been instrumental in the design of the NICU at St Vincent's and is on the steering committee for Ascension Health. She is the co-chair of the Executive Peer Review committee and chairs the patient safety committee and clinical risk management.

Negotiating the Divide is held annually close to “Equal Pay Day,” established in 1996 by the National Committee on Pay Equity to symbolize how far into 2013 women must work to earn what men earned in 2012. This it is April 19.

Food and drink will be served and the event and parking are free. Negotiating the Divide is sponsored by the IU National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, along with the American Medical Women’s Association, Indiana State Medical Association, The American Medical Association, and the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at Indiana University School of Medicine.

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1424/23/2013 - Information Session on TLACVan Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),B26See More

Information Session on Teacher Learner Advocacy Committee

Presenter :Marly Bradley, MD, JD, FAAP
Location: Van Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),B26
Academy of Teaching Track:

Unsure how to resolve or address a conflict?

Unsure if you have a voice or need an advocate?

Do you have ideas for improving our learning environment, communication or professionalism?

 

Come to the Teacher Learner Advocacy Committee's (TLAC) Free Lunch Talk for more information led by Dr. Marly Bradley, MD, JD, FAAP and followed by TLAC member panel.  Lunch will be provided.

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1434/23/201302:45 PM - 04:00 PMAdventures in Collaborative TeachingCampus Center (CE),308See More

Partner Event - Adventures in Collaborative Teaching and Learning: Strategies and Innovative Approaches to Meaningful Learning Partnerships with Community Partners

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Service and Learning
Location: Campus Center (CE),308
Academy of Teaching Track:

Community partners can be powerful and vital allies in teaching and learning.  In this session, join a group of faculty and community partners in a discussion of two case studies, on linking Historic Preservation and Natural Resource management and the other linking undergraduate psychology students with a local IPS 1st and 2nd grade class to examine how instructional strategies and collaboration practices enable not only deeper expressions of community voice in the classroom, but honor the assests that partners and host communities can bring to public problem solving and the teaching and learning process.

 

Panelists:

Philip Scarpino, Professor of History, Director of the Public History Program, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI

Alica Ariens, Forest Archaeologist, Division of Forestry, Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Jeannie Regan-Dinius, Director of Special Initiatives, Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Cynthia Williams, Director of Student Development, School of Sciences, IUPUI

Paula Fischer, Teacher, Indianapolis Public Schools, Center for Inquiry

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1444/24/201311:45 AM - 12:45 pmStepping Stones: Craig BraterFairbanks Hall (FS),1111See More

Stepping Stones of Leadership: Craig Brater

Presenter :Dr. Craig Brater, MD, Dean & Walter J. Daly Professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine and Vice President for University Clinical Affairs
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),1111
Academy of Teaching Track:

The Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership series is intended to create a forum where all faculty and students can learn about professional development through hearing the personal career journeys of successful women.

Join us for lunch and conversation with Dr. Craig Brater, Dean & Walter J. Daly Professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine and Vice President for University Clinical Affairs.

During Dean Brater's tenure at the IU School of Medicine, the number of women tenured faculty has increased by 41%.  By including Dean Brater in the Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership series, we honor his commitment to helping all faculty to reach their full potential. 

Sponsored by the IUSM Women's Advisory Council and the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development.

 

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1454/24/201301:00 PM - 02:30 PMWorking with IndustryUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

Working with Industry on Applied Research & Creative Activity

Presenter :The Office of Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide participants with an overview of services provided by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research that help link faculty researchers to industry partners for potential collaborations.  Althoug this information session is geared toward new to mid-career faculty/researchers with a desire to work with industry, all faculty are welcome to attend.  The following topics will be discussed:

  • Research vs. applied Research
  • Benefits of collaboration
  • How much industry research is currently being conducted at IUPUI
  • What industry looks for in applied research
  • What industry looks for in an applied researcher

This event is presented by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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1465/2/201302:00 PM - 03:30 PMAcademy: Preparing your course siteOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Preparing Your Course Site in Oncourse

Presenter :Amy Powell
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

In this online workshop, you will be guided through the steps necessary to set up your course site in Oncourse. You will learn how to import course material from another course site, load your syllabus, add items to Resources, and set up your Gradebook. During the workshop you will have opportunities to set up your course site. Be sure to have your syllabus and any other course material on-hand.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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1475/6/201307:30 AM - 08:30 AMAcademy: Reflective PracticeFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Teaching Reflective Practice: An Informal Conversation with Dr. Stephen Brookfield

Presenter :Dr. Stephen Brookfield
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

Reflection is a critical part of learning to become a researcher, physician, and educator. Yet, it can be difficult to help learners devote time to this important practice during busy rounds or in a lab. 

In this informal breakfast, Dr. Stephen Brookfield will lead a conversation on how to incorporate reflective practice and critical thinking methods into every teaching situation.

Prior to the event, all attendees are asked to skim the first chapter of Dr. Brookfield's book, Teaching for Critical Thinking.

Breakfast and a copy of the book will be provided to all who pre-register.

About the Presenter:

Stephen D. Brookfield is Distinguished University Professor at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Since beginning his teaching career in 1970, Dr. Brookfield has worked in England, Canada, Australia, and the United States, teaching in a variety of college settings. He has written fifteen books on adult learning, teaching, critical thinking, discussion methods and critical theory, six of which have won the Cyril O. Houle World Award for Literature in Adult Education (in 1986, 1989, 1996, 2005, 2011 and 2012), including The Skillful Teacher and Teaching for Critical Thinking.

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1485/6/201308:30 AM - 03:00 PMCritical Thinking SymposiumCampus Center (CE),450CSee More

Partner Program: Critical Thinking Symposium

Presenter :IUPUI Gateway to Graduation Program
Location: Campus Center (CE),450C
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

The purpose of this event is to encourage faculty members to consider ways to incorporate critical thinking into their interactions with learners. This two-day workshop has something for the new or seasoned faculty interested in critical thinking. All faculty members are invited to participate, free of charge.

The event will be facilitated by Dr. Stephen Brookfield, a Distinguished University Professor of the University of St Thomas in Minneapolis-St. Paul.  Dr. Brookfield has written and edited fifteen books on adult learning, teaching, leadership, critical theory, and critical thinking, five of which have won the World Award for Literature in Adult Education  (in 1986, 1989, 1996, 2005 and 2011). He has also authored over 100 chapters in edited books, published over 70 articles in refereed journals, and delivered over 40 papers that were published in juried conference proceedings.

Note: This is a two day event.  Faculty members are welcome to register for one or both days.

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Academy
1495/7/201301:00 PM - 02:00 PMAcademy: IUanyWare, IU BoxOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: IUanyWare, IU Box, and your Courses: Creation and Collaboration

Presenter :Chip Easterling
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This is a part two of a two-part exploration of two IU-provided cloud services (IUanyWare and IU Box) and how these services can be used to support instruction and learning. Part two reviews the basics of cloud-based services, the IUanyWare platform and IU Box. Most of the time will be devoted to examining how these tools can be used to help students 'create and collaborate' - to work together to produce and share resources. This exploration will focus more on Box in terms of tools, will explore its collaborative, and will allow us to explore different instructional scenarios where collaborative, cloud services could be a useful means of facilitating learning online.

This event is a partnership with the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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1505/7/201311:30 AM - 01:00 PMMeeting the NSF Data ManagementUniversity Library (UL),2120See More

Meeting the NSF Data Management Plan Requirement: What you need to Know

Presenter :Heather Coates, Digital Scholarship and Data Management Librarian
Location: University Library (UL),2120
Academy of Teaching Track:

As of January 18, 2011, the National Science Foundation now requires a Data Management Plan for all new proposals.  This plan should describe how the proposed study will disseminate and share the collected research results.  Do you know what this plan should include?  Are you aware of best practices and standards for data management, sharing, and preservation?  Do you know what research support services are available at IUPUI?  This workshop will provide background information on NSF data policies, practical tips for developing a data management plan, and data resources and services available on campus.  Q&A will follow the presentation.  Anyone interested in or planning to apply for NSF funding should attend.  This is a brown bag session, so feel free to bring your lunch.

Presenter:  Heather Coates, Digital Scholarship and Data Management Librarian, University Library

This event is presented by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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1515/7/201308:30 AM - 03:00 PMCritical Thinking SymposiumCampus Center (CE),450CSee More

Partner Program: Critical Thinking Symposium

Presenter :IUPUI Gateway to Graduation Program
Location: Campus Center (CE),450C
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

The purpose of this event is to encourage faculty members to consider ways to incorporate critical thinking into their interactions with learners. This two-day workshop has something for the new or seasoned faculty interested in critical thinking. All faculty members are invited to participate, free of charge.

The event will be facilitated by Dr. Stephen Brookfield, a Distinguished University Professor of the University of St Thomas in Minneapolis-St. Paul.  Dr. Brookfield has written and edited fifteen books on adult learning, teaching, leadership, critical theory, and critical thinking, five of which have won the World Award for Literature in Adult Education  (in 1986, 1989, 1996, 2005 and 2011). He has also authored over 100 chapters in edited books, published over 70 articles in refereed journals, and delivered over 40 papers that were published in juried conference proceedings.

Note: This is a two day event.  Faculty members are welcome to register for one or both days.

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1525/7/201311:30 AM - 01:00 PMVeteran Culture in Health CareRiley Outpatient Center (ROC),AuditoriumSee More

Diversity Grand Rounds: Veteran Culture in Modern Mental Health Care

Presenter :IUSM Department of Psychiatry and Office of Diversity Affairs.
Location: Riley Outpatient Center (ROC),Auditorium
Academy of Teaching Track:

The Richard L. Roudebush Psychiatry Service will be presenting a roundtable discussion on the role of Veteran Culture in Modern Mental Health Care.  

Discussion will include the impact of military deployment and reintegration on our local community and family units, the effects of media and stigma on perceptions of veterans, and clinical issues that arise during veteran-oriented care.  A multidisciplinary panel has been selected to present and a brief Q&A will follow the grand rounds.

The panel will be moderated by Scott Patterson, PhD.  Panelists include: Rodney Deaton, MD, Carol Wright-Buckley, PhD, Jim Nelson, LCSW, Sheri Bell-O’Gara, MSW, and Andrew Stevenson.

This event is a partnership between the IUSM Department of Psychiatry and Office of Diversity Affairs. Please contact Donna Wert at dwert@iupui.edu if you have any questions about this lecture.

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1535/8/201310:00 AM - 11:30 AMAcademy: Oncourse EssentialsOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Oncourse Essentials

Presenter :Amy Powell
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Designed to have you up and running quickly with Oncourse, this workshop will focus on the most commonly used tools in Oncourse. Participants will have the opportunity to work with the following tools: course email, syllabus, resources, announcements and gradebook. Bring a digital copy of your syllabus to get the most out of this session.

This workshop will be held online using Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers to hear the presenter. It is strongly recommended that you have a high-speed Internet connection to participate in this session. Registered participants will receive an email with instructions for viewing and a link to the Adobe Connect meeting room a day or two before the event.

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1545/9/201302:00 PM - 04:00 PMAcademy: Preparing Your Course SiteUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Preparing Your Course Site in Oncourse

Presenter :Chip Easterling
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

In this workshop, you will be guided through the steps necessary to set up your course site in Oncourse. You will learn how to import course material from another course site, load your syllabus, add items to Resources, and set up your Gradebook. During the workshop you will have opportunities to set up your course site. Be sure to have your syllabus and any other course material on-hand.

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1555/9/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMIntegrative Approach To StressFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

An Integrative Approach Toward Stress and Resilience

Presenter :Larry Bergstrom, MD, Program Director, Complementary and Integrative Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track:

Faculty in academic medicine experience stress each day of their lives, caused by shrinking reimbursement, pressure to see more patients and write grants, and increasing complexity of the field. 

How can faculty cope with the stress of modernity, when our bodies' stress management systems were created to deal with saber-toothed-tigers?

This interactive session will address the physiological effects of stress and teach methods to increase skills in coping and resilience though evidence-based Integrative Medicine principles. 

About the Presenter:

Larry Bergstrom, MD is Director of the program in Complementary and Integrative Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. He was born in central Minnesota, received an undergraduate degree from St Cloud State University, and his MD from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine.

Dr. Bergstrom completed an Internal Medicine residency at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN and joined the Mayo Clinic staff in 1987. He received a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Geriatrics and completed the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona with the help of a Bravewell scholarship. Dr. Bergstrom moved to the Mayo Clinic Division of Consultative Medicine in June 2006 to start and develop an Integrative Medicine Clinic and Program. 

His special interest is to provide integrative medical consultations for patients with medical issues not well served by conventional medicine. He has spoken extensively on incorporating Integrative Medicine principles into Conventional Medical systems.

 

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1565/9/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMIntegrative Approach To StressFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

An Integrative Approach Toward Stress and Resilience

Presenter :Larry Bergstrom, MD, Program Director, Complementary and Integrative Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track:

Faculty in academic medicine experience stress each day of their lives, caused by shrinking reimbursement, pressure to see more patients and write grants, and increasing complexity of the field. 

How can faculty cope with the stress of modernity, when our bodies' stress management systems were created to deal with saber-toothed-tigers?

This interactive session will address the physiological effects of stress and teach methods to increase skills in coping and resilience though evidence-based Integrative Medicine principles. 

About the Presenter:

Larry Bergstrom, MD is Director of the program in Complementary and Integrative Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. He was born in central Minnesota, received an undergraduate degree from St Cloud State University, and his MD from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine.

Dr. Bergstrom completed an Internal Medicine residency at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN and joined the Mayo Clinic staff in 1987. He received a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Geriatrics and completed the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona with the help of a Bravewell scholarship. Dr. Bergstrom moved to the Mayo Clinic Division of Consultative Medicine in June 2006 to start and develop an Integrative Medicine Clinic and Program. 

His special interest is to provide integrative medical consultations for patients with medical issues not well served by conventional medicine. He has spoken extensively on incorporating Integrative Medicine principles into Conventional Medical systems.

 

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1575/20/201304:00 PM - 05:30 PMTeaching Clinical Skill for Young AdultsFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Teaching Residents Clinical Skills in Caring for Young Adults

Presenter :Jason Woodward and Matt Aalsma, Department of Pediatrics
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

This session will focus on developing faculty skills in teaching learners about effective communication and assessment when caring for adolescents and young adults in clinical settings.  We will discuss methods to teach medical students and residents brief interventions that address health-risk behaviors and promot behavior change and adherence to treatment.  Important health-risk behaviors in this population and developmentally appropriate risk assessment methods will be reviewed.  We will use interactive role plays and discussion to develop efficient ways for clinical educatiors to teach health-risk assessment skils to medical student and resident within a briedf clinical encounter.  We will also discuss methods to asses these skills and provide brief tools to support assessment. 

Objectives:

  1. Discuss methods to teach learners an enhanced communication style to establish rapport and engage adolescents and young adults in the clinical setting.
  2. Practice techniques to teach learners effective assesment of health-risk behaviors in adolescents and young adults.
  3. Enhance faculty skills in teaching learners brief clinical interventions to address health-risk behaviors and promote behavior change in adlescents and young adults.
  4. Practice methods for evaluating learners' communication and risk-assessment skills and their ability to implement brief interventions for health-risk behaviors with adolescents and young adults.

 

About the Presenters:

Dr. Jason Woodward is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine and Pediatrics and Research Director at the Center for Youth and Adults with Conditions of Childhood (CYACC) at IU Health Riley Hospital. He completed his medical degree and residency training at the Indiana University School of Medicine, as well as a fellowship in Pediatric Health Services Research. Dr. Woodward has worked in Kenya through the IU-Moi medical partnership and as a primary care physician at Pecar community health center. As a member of the Section of Developmental Pediatrics, he currently cares for children and adults with special health care needs in the inpatient and outpatient setting. His research interests include improving outcomes for adolescents and young adults with chronic conditions and disabilities as they transition from  pediatric to adult health care.  He is currently the Dexter Fellow within the Department of Medicine and the Co-Medical Director of Camp Riley.

 

Dr. Matthew Aalsma is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Psychology. Trained as a pediatric psychologist, Dr. Aalsma focuses on research with vulnerable populations, including youth in the mental health and juvenile justice systems. His current research agenda includes exploring system-wide and individual efforts to improve the utilization of mental and physical health care for children and adolescents. He has been involved in research and public efforts to improve the health of children, adolescents and adults through public health care collaboration and transformation in the public sector, including criminal justice, mental health, and public policy.

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Academy
1585/31/201308:30 AM - 04:15 PMMobile Computing in MedEdFairbanks Hall (FS),1110/1112See More

Mobile Computing in Medical Education Conference (MCME)

Presenter :Dr. Warren Wiechmann, creator of iMedEd Program at UC-Irvine
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),1110/1112
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

The Indiana University School of Medicine is proud to present the inaugural Mobile Computing in Medical Education Conference, to be held in in downtown Indianapolis on May 31, 2013

We are excited to host this one-of-a-kind conference which will focus on how to use mobile tablets and smartphones within the medical education arena, focusing on use by medical students, residents, fellows, and faculty.  The conference will feature wireless capabilities, so that participants can use and learn about mobile computing tools simultaneously.  The schedule includes plenary presentations,  interactive workshops, and short 10-minute presentations of pilot research, innovative practices, and works-in-progress. 

The presenters come from a variety of backgrounds, and have interests in many areas of medical education.  The keynote speaker, Dr. Warren Wiechmann, will present outcomes from his innovative iMedEd initiative at the University of California – Irvine. 

The event is free for learners, $60 for IU and IU Health faculty and staff, and $160 for external participants.  Click here to visit the conference website and register

Follow us at our Twitter hashtag: #IUSM13MCME

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Education
1596/6/201308:30 AM - 05:30 PMPartner Event: Food as Medicine TBA,JW MarriotSee More

Partner Event: Food as Medicine Conference

Presenter :The Center for Mind-Body Medicine
Location: TBA,JW Marriot
Academy of Teaching Track:

Please note: The event runs June 6-9, 2013.

This highly praised professional training program provides the best introduction to medical nutrition therapy in the US, offering participants the latest in science-based nutrition education together with the knowledge, confidence and compassion required to successfully guide patients towards life-giving, healthy nutrition.

After eating colorful, healthy, whole-foods meals during the training, attendees are often inspired to transform their own and their families’ diets, and to authentically recommend healthy transformations for their patients.

Click here for more information!

This event is sponsored by the Center for Mind-Body Medicine.

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1606/7/201308:30 AM - 05:30 PMPartner Event: Food as Medicine TBA,JW MarriotSee More

Partner Event: Food as Medicine Conference

Presenter :The Center for Mind-Body Medicine
Location: TBA,JW Marriot
Academy of Teaching Track:

Please note: The event runs June 6-9, 2013.

This highly praised professional training program provides the best introduction to medical nutrition therapy in the US, offering participants the latest in science-based nutrition education together with the knowledge, confidence and compassion required to successfully guide patients towards life-giving, healthy nutrition.

After eating colorful, healthy, whole-foods meals during the training, attendees are often inspired to transform their own and their families’ diets, and to authentically recommend healthy transformations for their patients.

Click here for more information!

This event is sponsored by the Center for Mind-Body Medicine.

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1616/8/201308:30 AM - 05:30 PMPartner Event: Food as Medicine TBA,JW MarriotSee More

Partner Event: Food as Medicine Conference

Presenter :The Center for Mind-Body Medicine
Location: TBA,JW Marriot
Academy of Teaching Track:

Please note: The event runs June 6-9, 2013.

This highly praised professional training program provides the best introduction to medical nutrition therapy in the US, offering participants the latest in science-based nutrition education together with the knowledge, confidence and compassion required to successfully guide patients towards life-giving, healthy nutrition.

After eating colorful, healthy, whole-foods meals during the training, attendees are often inspired to transform their own and their families’ diets, and to authentically recommend healthy transformations for their patients.

Click here for more information!

This event is sponsored by the Center for Mind-Body Medicine.

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1626/9/201308:30 AM - 05:30 PMPartner Event: Food as Medicine TBA,JW MarriotSee More

Partner Event: Food as Medicine Conference

Presenter :The Center for Mind-Body Medicine
Location: TBA,JW Marriot
Academy of Teaching Track:

Please note: The event runs June 6-9, 2013.

This highly praised professional training program provides the best introduction to medical nutrition therapy in the US, offering participants the latest in science-based nutrition education together with the knowledge, confidence and compassion required to successfully guide patients towards life-giving, healthy nutrition.

After eating colorful, healthy, whole-foods meals during the training, attendees are often inspired to transform their own and their families’ diets, and to authentically recommend healthy transformations for their patients.

Click here for more information!

This event is sponsored by the Center for Mind-Body Medicine.

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1636/12/201311:00 AM - 01:00 PMAcademy: Instructional Tech ShowcaseVan Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),AtriumSee More

Academy of Teaching Scholars: Instructional Technology Showcase

Presenter :OFAPD, UME, and CTL
Location: Van Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),Atrium
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This year's Instructional Technology Showcase includes seven stations of  innovative techniques to enhance your use of learning technology at your convenience. Attendees will move from station-to-station to get hands-on training on the following tools and platforms. 

This event is open to all faculty and learners.  Come and go as your schedule allows.  All attendees will receive free IU earbuds, and lunch.

IT Showcase Learning Stations include:

Articulate Storyline:  Make the most of face-to-face time with learners by moving lecture content online using this software. 

Audience Response Systems (ARS) or Clickers:  Learn about how these powerful tools can make your lectures or presentations more interactive

Google Fusion Tables: Explore how this easy-to-use web-based tool will help you to gather, visualize, and share large data tables.

IUanyWare and IU Cloud Storage: Never be without needed software or an important file again. With these tools, you can learn to use the power of the cloud to make your favorite software and files more portable than ever.

Oncourse: IUSM is now using Oncourse for its learning management system.  Come see a demonstration of the most useful tools and features.

QRS Codes: Learn how to make and use a scannable code to take learners and workshop participants to your materials. Save paper and time!

Zotero and Mendeley: Still using EndNote? Experience how these online reference managers can make keeping track of your citations and publications a breeze.

Sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, the Office of Undergraduate Medical Education, and the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning

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Instructional Technology, Academy
1646/19/201308:00 AM - 05:00 PMWrite Winning Grant ProposalsVan Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),326See More

Write Winning Grant Proposals

Presenter :Dr. John Robertson
Location: Van Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),326
Academy of Teaching Track:

This seminar comprehensively addresses both conceptual and practical aspects that are associated with the grant writing process, often called 'grantsmanship.'This program is appropriate for faculty members who are contemplating a competitive application to federal or state agencies and foundations in either basic science or clinical research.

Emphasis is given to such things as idea development, identification of the most appropriate granting agency, how to write for reviewers, and tips and strategies that are of proven value in presenting an applicant's case to reviewers.

It is stressed that applicants are writing for two different audiences – the assigned reviewers, who have read the application in its entirety, and non-assigned reviewers who may have read little, or nothing, of the proposal before the meeting of the review panel. Strategies designed to merit a fundable priority score are emphasized.

All participants will receive light breakfast, boxed lunch, and a copy of The Grant Application Writer’s Workbook.  This event is free and open to all IUSM and IUPUI faculty and learners.

 

Note: Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

About the Presenter:

John Robertson, Ph.D. is an associate with Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops, LLC.  He has been the recipient of competitive extramural funding from both the NIH and non-federal sources. He is the author of 27 peer-reviewed journal articles and three book chapters. Dr. Robertson has been a member of grant review panels, a reviewer for a number of biomedical journals, and served on editorial boards.

Sponsors:
This event is sponsored by the IU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development and the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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Grant Writing
1656/27/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PM7 Sane Email PracticesOther/ Off Campus,See More

7 Sane & Sensible Email Practices

Presenter :Meggin McIntosh, PhD
Location: Other/ Off Campus,
Academy of Teaching Track:

Many faculty find that they – and those around them – are often controlled by email instead of exerting control over it. Email is one of the tools to use for building and sustaining project momentum, and it can also distract and detract from the optimum trajectory of your work.

Participants will learn:

  • Ways to decrease the amount of time they spend on email by at least 50%.
  • How to increase the clarity of communication, thereby amplifying productivity.
  • Habits to break – that are currently costing faculty time and productivity.
  • Seven sane and sensible practices to integrate into their routines.

Attendees will leave with a renewed sense of control over their email and other electronic communications.

Come join us for a teleseminar over the lunch hour from 12:00 - 1:00.  OFAPD will send a workbook to each participant prior to the session. A follow-up seminar will be available for download after the session.

About the Presenter:

Dr. Meggin McIntosh has been called “an educational treasure.”  First, through her work as a professor at the University and now through her company, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc., Meggin has had an impact on hundreds of thousands around the globe – supporting those individuals who are striving to achieve and maintain excellence in their personal and professional lives.

Meggin is known for her humor and practical approach.  In her workshops, you can expect content-rich, energizing learning sessions each and every time you are fortunate enough to take one of her classes.

For an extensive bio for Meggin, you are invited to go to http://www.meggin.com/about/ where you’ll find a link to her 147-page curriculum vitae (helps with insomnia).  We are honored to bring you someone of this caliber and level of expertise for helping you sustain peaceful, predictable productivity – immediately and into the future. 

To access some free tips, access Dr. McIntosh’s Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors: http://toptenproductivitytips.com/professors.php.

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1667/9/201308:00 AM - 05:00 PMScientific WritingRiley Outpatient Center (ROC),AuditoriumSee More

Scientific Writing from the Reader's Perspective with Dr. George Gopen

Presenter :George D. Gopen, PhD, JD
Location: Riley Outpatient Center (ROC),Auditorium
Academy of Teaching Track:

As competition for external funding becomes more challenging, getting one's scholarly work successfully published is more important than ever. Dr. Gopen's approach is based on a single idea: learning to write for the reader allows the writer to control what readers learn.

This year, Dr. George Gopen will present this workshop in a SINGLE DAY format.  This is the registration for Tuesday, July 9.  If you would like to register for Wednesday, July 10, please visit faculty.medicine.iu.edu

As in past years, Dr. Gopen will also conduct hour-long, individualized consultations.  ONLY faculty members who participate in the day-long event will have access to the individual consultation registration.  Instructions will be sent to participants after their registration for the workshop is complete.

More about Dr. Gopen's original approach to scientific writing can be found in his article, The Science of Scientific Writing.

About the Presenter

George D. Gopen is a Duke University Professor of the Practice of Rhetoric. He is also Senior Lecturing Fellow, Department of English and Senior Lecturing Fellow, School of Law. Professor Gopen received both his J.D. and his Ph.D. in English from Harvard University. Dr. Gopen is a pioneer in the mastery of scientific writing. His scientific clients have included the NIH, the FDA, Bristol-Myers Squib, Bayer, and Duke University School of Medicine.

This event is sponsored by the IU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development,  the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Grant Writing
1677/10/201308:00 AM - 05:00 PMRepeat Offering: Scientific WritingCampus Center (CE),Theatre (Lower Level)See More

Repeat Offering: Scientific Writing from the Reader's Perspective with Dr. George Gopen

Presenter :George D. Gopen, PhD, JD
Location: Campus Center (CE),Theatre (Lower Level)
Academy of Teaching Track:

As competition for external funding becomes more challenging, getting one's scholarly work successfully published is more important than ever. Dr. Gopen's approach is based on a single idea: learning to write for the reader allows the writer to control what readers learn.

This year, Dr. George Gopen will present this workshop in a SINGLE DAY format.  This is the registration for Wednesday, July 10.  If you would like to register for Tuesday, July 9, please visit http://faculty.medicine.iu.edu

As in past years, Dr. Gopen will also conduct hour-long, individualized consultations.  ONLY faculty members who participate in the day-long event will have access to the individual consultation registration.  Instructions will be sent to participants after their registration for the workshop is complete.

More about Dr. Gopen's original approach to scientific writing can be found in his article, The Science of Scientific Writing.

About the Presenter

George D. Gopen is a Duke University Professor of the Practice of Rhetoric. He is also Senior Lecturing Fellow, Department of English and Senior Lecturing Fellow, School of Law. Professor Gopen received both his J.D. and his Ph.D. in English from Harvard University. Dr. Gopen is a pioneer in the mastery of scientific writing. His scientific clients have included the NIH, the FDA, Bristol-Myers Squib, Bayer, and Duke University School of Medicine.

This event is sponsored by the IU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Grant Writing
1688/7/201311:30 am - 12:00 PMIUPUI: Creating a SyllabusOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Creating a Syllabus

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: C

Do your students ever ask you why they have to know something, when the next exam is, or what the course is going to cover? Creating an informational, effective, and personalized syllabus will alleviate those frequent questions and help set the tone of your course. This 30-minute online mini-workshop will cover syllabus content, flow, and presentation, with time for questions and discussion.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Education, Academy, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
1698/8/201311:30 AM - 12:00 PMIUPUI: First Day of ClassOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Planning the First Day of Class

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Have you ever struggled with what to do on the first day of class? You only get one chance to make a first impression, so make it count. It’s an opportunity to set learners’ expectations and establish a feeling of community. This 30-minute online mini-workshop will focus on ideas and activities you can use to get your course off to a great start.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Education, Academy, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
1708/13/201311:30 AM - 12:45 PMMedicine New Faculty LuncheonHine Hall,President's RoomSee More

IU School of Medicine New Faculty Luncheon

Presenter :IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development
Location: Hine Hall,President's Room
Academy of Teaching Track:

Please join us for a welcome luncheon for new faculty in the IU School of Medicine. This event will provide an opportunity for networking and learning about resources available to support faculty in the School of Medicine and meet new colleagues.

We strongly encourage faculty attending the lunch to spend the rest of the afternoon attending the IUPUI New Faculty Orientation.  More details are available here.  

 

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New Faculty
1718/13/201301:00 PM - 04:00 PMIUPUI New Faculty WelcomeCampus Center (CE),450See More

IUPUI New Faculty Welcome

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Faculty Appointments and Advancement (FAA)
Location: Campus Center (CE),450
Academy of Teaching Track:

Sponsored by the IUPUI Office of Faculty Appointments and Advancement (FAA)

This event is an opportunity for new faculty to learn about what it takes to thrive at IUPUI from campus leaders. This afternoon gathering will provide new faculty with an opportunity to learn about the history of the campus, the nature of academic work at IUPUI and the resources in place to help ensure success.  In addition, participants will be able to explore topics of interest in teaching, research and service.

Click here to learn more about this event.

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New Faculty
1728/14/201310:00 AM - 12:00 PMIUPUI: Oncourse EssentialsUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

IUPUI: Oncourse Essentials for New Faculty

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Designed to have you up and running quickly with Oncourse, this online workshop will focus on the most commonly used tools in Oncourse. Participants will have the opportunity to work with the following tools: course email, syllabus, resources, announcements and gradebook. Bring a digital copy of your syllabus to get the most out of this session.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 274-1300 or by email at ctl@iupui.edu.

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Education, Instructional Technology, Academy, New Faculty, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
1738/23/201309:00 AM - 11:30 AMIntegrating Basic Sci/Clinical LearningWalther Hall (R3),303/305See More

Integrating Learning in the Foundational and Clinical Sciences

Presenter :Carol Nichols, PhD
Location: Walther Hall (R3),303/305
Academy of Teaching Track: C

A key component of the curricular reform effort at IU is to enhance integration between the foundational and clinical sciences.  In this hands-on workshop, Carol Nichols, PhD, Associate Professor of Cellular Biology and Anatomy at Georgia Regents University, will share approaches for incorporating innovative and active learning strategies within competency-based courses/curricula and for how the curricular reform process has affected faculty effort and student learning outcomes.

This workshop is of special interest to leaders and members of the Course Development Teams (CDT). Each team is asked to send members to the morning workshop.  Additional consultative and problem-solving meetings with CDT leaders/members and Dr. Nichols will be scheduled on a first come-first served basis, in the afternoon.

Afternoon consultations will be held in Walther Hall (R3) rooms 303/305 beginning at 12:30pm.

About the Presenter:

Carol Nichols, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Cellular Biology and Anatomy at Georgia Regents University.  As a basic science educator and trained gross anatomist, she is interested in innovative course development and instructional design and determining the effectiveness of both.  At GRU, Dr. Nichols has developed an elective designed for junior and senior medical students who are interested in reviewing gross anatomy and interacting with M1 students in the anatomy lab environment. She is a past recipient of the MCG Faculty Senate Distinguished Faculty Award for basic science teaching. Dr. Nichols' educational philosophy is that teaching and learning are inextricably linked and both should be fun!

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Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 247238 . Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to 'Dial a Conference Number.'
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “247238 #” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number,

247238 , followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Education, Clinical Education, Academy, New Faculty, Polycom, Partner Events
1748/27/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMIUPUI: Engaging Online Learning University Library (UL),UL 1125MSee More

IUPUI: Desiging Engaging Online Learning Experiences (Part 1)

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: University Library (UL),UL 1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This session will look at how to use the tools in Oncourse to design effective and engaging learning experiences in the online environment. We will explore how to design effective communication, content delivery, learning activities, and assessments that take advantage of the characteristics of an online environment. Participants will walk away with the beginnings of a plan for translating their course content into engaging online learning experiences.

Part 2 of this series can be found here.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 274-1300 or by email at ctl@iupui.edu.

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Education, Instructional Technology, Academy, Partner Events
1758/28/201301:00 PM - 03:00 PMOVCR Research OrientationUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

OVCR Research Orientation

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide an overview of research resources, services and support offered to IUPUI faculty by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. Participants will also meet with some current IUPUI faculty members to hear how they were able to achieve success in the early stages of their tenure at IUPUI.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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Research, Grant Writing, Partner Events
1768/28/201311:30 Am - 12:00 PMIUPUI: Learning Outcomes Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Writing Student Learning Outcomes

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Why does your course need learning outcomes? Articulating your desired outcomes before you teach your course makes it is more likely that students will achieve those outcomes. In this 30-minute online mini-workshop, you will learn the components of an effective learning outcome, see examples of student learning outcomes, and begin to write your own.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Education, Clinical Education, Academy, New Faculty, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
1778/28/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMIUPUI: Engaging Online Learning University Library (UL),1125MSee More

IUPUI: Designing Engaging Online Learning Experiences (Part 2)

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This session will look at how to use the tools in Oncourse to design effective and engaging learning experiences in the online environment. We will explore how to design effective communication, content delivery, learning activities, and assessments that take advantage of the characteristics of an online environment. Participants will walk away with the beginnings of a plan for translating their course content into engaging online learning experiences.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Education, Instructional Technology, Academy, Partner Events
1788/29/201311:30 am - 12:00 pmIUPUI: Creating RubricsOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Creating Rubrics that Work

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: A

Have you ever used a rubric, only to find that it makes your life harder instead of easier? Creating and using rubrics does not have to be a headache, they can actually make assessment a breeze while keeping you and your students on the same page. In this 30- minute online mini-workshop, you will learn some basic tips and tricks for creating easy and effective rubrics which will make assessing your students’ work consistent and rewarding.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Education, Academy, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
1799/5/201301:00 PM - 03:00 PMDocumenting Reputation in ResearchUniversity Library (UL),2120See More

IUPUI Academic Affairs: Documenting Impact and Reputation in Research in the Health Professions, Science, and Technology

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: University Library (UL),2120
Academy of Teaching Track:

Academics must provide evidence to demonstrate the impact and outcomes of their scholarly work. This hands-on workshop, facilitated by reference librarians, will help faculty explore various forms of documentary evidence to support their case for excellence. Prior to workshop, attendees must set up Google Scholar and Researcher ID profiles. Limited attendance.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

 

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Promotion & Tenure, Partner Events
1809/5/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMIUPUI: Oncourse New FeaturesOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Oncourse New Features

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

This online workshop will allow participants to explore the changes included in the newest release of Oncourse. Significant enhancements have been made to tools such as forums, Announcements, Resources and others. To get the most out of this session, attendees should have general familiarity with Oncourse.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning

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Education, Instructional Technology, Academy, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
1819/6/201310:00 AM - 12:00 PMOVCR Research OrientationUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

OVCR Research Orientation

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide an overview of research resources, services and support offered to IUPUI faculty by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. Participants will also meet with some current IUPUI faculty members to hear how they were able to achieve success in the early stages of their tenure at IUPUI.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. 

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Research, Grant Writing, Partner Events
1829/9/201308:00 AM - 09:30 AMTeam Science Town HallWalther Hall (R3),303/305See More

Team Science Town Hall

Presenter :L. Michelle Bennett, PhD, Deputy Director of the Division of Intramural Research, NHLBI/NIH
Location: Walther Hall (R3),303/305
Academy of Teaching Track:

 

 

As a part of Indiana University School of Medicine's commitment to team science, Dr. Michelle Bennett, a national expert on collaboration in the sciences, will present this town hall meeting.  Dr. Bennett will share best practices within team science, as well as offer her own experiences.  She'll answer faculty questions and offer suggestions for building and maintaining effective teams.  Topics addressed will include: developing agreements among scientific collaborators, team science in the P&T process, and how to evaluate individual members' contributions to team goals.  Attendees are encouraged to peruse the NIH’s Team Science website prior to the presentation at http://teamscience.nih.gov.   

 

About the Presenter:

L. Michelle Bennett, PhD is a Deputy Director of the Division of Intramural Research, a research program within the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute at the National Institutes of Health (NHLBI/NIH). She has responsibility for strategic planning, programmatic integration, and supporting the research performed in the program. Dr. Bennett has extensive background in promoting collaboration and team-based approaches by bringing together research scientists with diverse backgrounds and expertise to solve complex scientific problems. She is co-author of the award-winning publication, Collaboration and Team Science: A Field Guide. Dr. Bennett earned her Ph.D. in oncology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a certified executive coach, and supports individuals and teams in the attainment of their goals.

 

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Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 22107. Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to 'Dial a Conference Number.'
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “22107#” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number, 22107, followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

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Research, Grant Writing, Polycom
1839/11/201305:30 PM - 07:00 PMIUPUI New Faculty ReceptionChancellor,TBDSee More

IUPUI New Faculty Reception

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Chancellor,TBD
Academy of Teaching Track:

Please plan to join Chancellor Bantz and his wife, Dr. Sandra Petronio, as they welcome new appointees to a reception at their home on Cedar Crest.  Invitations will be sent electronically to all new appointees.

Click here to register.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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New Faculty, Partner Events
1849/12/201310:00 AM - 11:30 AMOVCR: Finding Funding University Library (UL),0106See More

OVCR: Finding Funding

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),0106
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide an overview of the various types of external funding sources, identify tools to locate funding opportunities, explain how to design a funding search, and demonstrate a couple of knowledge management systems that contain thousands of funding opportunities available by the university subscription. This session is hands-on in a computer lab.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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Research, Grant Writing, Partner Events
1859/12/201311:30 am - 12:00 pmIUPUI: Lecturing for LearnersOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Lecturing with the Learner in Mind

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Have you ever asked your students a question about a topic you just covered in lecture, only to be confronted by a sea of blank faces? Having an organized structure and ways for students to process content can make lectures more effective. In this 30-minute online mini-workshop session, you will learn how to engage your students during lecture and still get through the material.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Education, Academy, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
1869/18/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMStrategic Committee ServiceGlick Eye Institute (GK),103See More

Strategic Service: The Benefits and Opportunities of Committee Service

Presenter :Matt Allen, Tim Ellender, and Emily Walvoord
Location: Glick Eye Institute (GK),103
Academy of Teaching Track:

Faculty often see committee work and institutional service as 'something they have to do' in order to achieve promotion and tenure.  But, can you actually do service to help others, while helping yourself?

This workshop is targeted for junior faculty members and those looking to become more involved in the school. Led by a team of both clinicians and basic scientists, this open dialog session will allow participants to explore the committees of the school, and learn how to choose responsibilities strategically, for both intrinsic and extrinsic rewards.

Faculty members will leave with tools to build a personalized service plan, that includes goals for their service work as well as a broader understanding of the benefits of committee work.

Lunch will be served.

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1879/18/201311:30 AM - 12:00 PMIUPUI: Informal AssessmentOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Informally Assessing Learning

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: A

You’re teaching it, but are your students getting it? Learner-centered, faculty-directed assessment activities provide faculty with the kind of feedback they need to inform their day-to-day instructional decisions, while providing students with information that can help them learn more effectively. In this 30-minute online mini-workshop session, you will learn how to implement quick ways to assess and enhance learning.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Education, Academy, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
1889/18/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMStrategic Committee ServiceGlick Eye Institute (GK),103See More

Strategic Service: The Benefits and Opportunities of Committee Service

Presenter :Matt Allen, Tim Ellender, and Emily Walvoord
Location: Glick Eye Institute (GK),103
Academy of Teaching Track:

Faculty often see committee work and institutional service as 'something they have to do' in order to achieve promotion and tenure.  But, can you actually do service to help others, while helping yourself?

This workshop is targeted for junior faculty members and those looking to become more involved in the school. Led by a team of both clinicians and basic scientists, this open dialog session will allow participants to explore the committees of the school, and learn how to choose responsibilities strategically, for both intrinsic and extrinsic rewards.

Faculty members will leave with tools to build a personalized service plan, that includes goals for their service work as well as a broader understanding of the benefits of committee work.

Lunch will be served.

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1899/18/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMStrategic Committee ServiceGlick Eye Institute (GK),103See More

Strategic Service: The Benefits and Opportunities of Committee Service

Presenter :Matt Allen, Tim Ellender, and Emily Walvoord
Location: Glick Eye Institute (GK),103
Academy of Teaching Track:

Faculty often see committee work and institutional service as 'something they have to do' in order to achieve promotion and tenure.  But, can you actually do service to help others, while helping yourself?

This workshop is targeted for junior faculty members and those looking to become more involved in the school. Led by a team of both clinicians and basic scientists, this open dialog session will allow participants to explore the committees of the school, and learn how to choose responsibilities strategically, for both intrinsic and extrinsic rewards.

Faculty members will leave with tools to build a personalized service plan, that includes goals for their service work as well as a broader understanding of the benefits of committee work.

Lunch will be served.

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1909/19/201311:30 AM - 01:30 PMMidway to TenureCampus Center (CE),309See More

IUPUI Academic Affairs: Midway to Tenure

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),309
Academy of Teaching Track:

This program is designed to help junior faculty reflect on the outcomes of their three-year review, build and strengthen their promotion portfolio, and prepare for the promotion and tenure process to ensure success in that endeavor.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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Promotion & Tenure, Partner Events
1919/19/201311:30 AM - 01:00 PMOVCR: Proposal DevelopmentUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

OVCR: Basic Proposal Development

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Researc
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

This workshop will focus on the basic essentials of building a successful grant proposal for agencies that fund in a variety of disciplines (science, engineering, arts, humanities, and social sciences). A wide-range of topics will be covered from developing a strong foundation for your application to key components of the narrative, the basic budget, writing styles, and interpreting agency guidelines, the necessity for knowing how your proposal will be reviewed, funding  limitations, and how to communicate complex ideas in a limited space. You are welcome to bring your lunch.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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Research, Grant Writing, Partner Events
1929/19/201311:30 AM - 12:00 PMIUPUI: Disruptive Behavior Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Preventing and Managing Disruptive Behavior

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room ,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

How and when do you address challenging student behaviors? Disruptive student behaviors are those which impede learning and teaching, and have the potential to escalate or spread if left unchecked. In this 30-minute online mini-workshop, you will learn how to prevent and manage the most common disruptions.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

 

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Education, Academy, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
1939/21/201303:00 PM - 05:30 PMFaculty Social @ the RegattaFairbanks Hall (FS),AtriumSee More

IUSM Faculty Social @ the IUPUI Regatta

Presenter :IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),Atrium
Academy of Teaching Track:

Join the School of Medicine Dean's Office at this year's IUPUI Regatta canoe race on north end of the Indianapolis Canal Walk. This family-friendly event will offer an opportunity for all IUSM faculty to welcome our new faculty members and to meet our new dean, Dr. Jay Hess, in a relaxed environment.

While the Regatta runs all day, OFAPD will welcome you and your family into the Fairbanks Hall lobby from 3pm-5:30pm. Dr. Hess will make brief remarks at 3:30pm. All attendees are encouraged to stay, enjoy the activities, and cheer the IUSM Regatta Team on to victory. Light refreshments will be served.

Free parking will be available for IUSM Faculty in the Fairbanks Hall parking lot beginning at 2:30pm.

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1949/24/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMIUPUI: Oncourse Tests & SurveysOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Oncourse Tests and Surveys

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Discover how to deliver rich online assessments with the new Oncourse Testing tool. Participants will learn how to create question pools, import questions in bulk from text documents, import tests from the old Oncourse test tool, reduce the risk of academic dishonesty and more using the new Test tool. This is a hands-on workshop and participants are encouraged to bring digital versions of or have access to their existing assessments for experimentation.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning

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Education, Instructional Technology, Academy, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
1959/24/201309:00 AM - 11:00 AMHR/Staff: Positive Performance MgmtWalther Hall (R3),303/305See More

HR/Staff: Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (B.E.S.T.): Positive Performance Management

Presenter :Marsha Wright and Irma Cruz, Dept of Medicine and Marilyn Kuhn, Philanthropy
Location: Walther Hall (R3),303/305
Academy of Teaching Track:

Welcome to the Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (B.E.S.T) series! This training is designed to assist supervisors to get accustomed to the IUPUI culture of supervising employees. The series is designed by campus HR professionals and contains six modules. They are available online and can be followed up in a face-to-face (F2F) session to give supervisors an opportunity to get questions answered and interact with colleagues/peers around the campus.

 

You may view the online sessions on the B.E.S.T website (Webinar should be accessible by Tuesday, Sept 17th)

F2F provides an emphasis on practical application and includes discussions, group exercises and other activities designed to encourage participation.  

Session 1:  Positive Performance Management

Guiding employees toward effective performance can be a rewarding component of a supervisor’s job. In this webinar, we will review several best practices which supervisors can use to do just that:

·         situational leadership (understanding how to help your employees get what they need from you)

·         setting clear expectations (helping clarify what they are held accountable for)

·         using feedback effectively (both positive feedback and constructive criticism)

·         coaching (facilitating employees to learn more effective problem-solving)

 

The 25 to 30-minute webinar will give all of the basics for these best practices. Please view this webinar before the in-class workshop, scheduled for Tuesday, September 24, from 9-11 a.m. in Walther Hall (R3) Rooms 303/305. During the in-class workshop, participants will practice the skills learned in the webinar.

 

Webinar and workshop facilitators are:

Marsha Wright, Hematology/Oncology & Nephrology

Marilyn Kuhn, IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

Irma Cruz, Department of Medicine Chairman’s Office & Gastroenterology

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Leadership, Staff
1969/26/201305:00 PM - 07:00 PMFEED: Persuading OthersGlick Eye Institute (GK),103See More

Faculty Enrichment and Education Development (FEED): Persuading Others

Presenter :Jean-luc Doumont, PhD
Location: Glick Eye Institute (GK),103
Academy of Teaching Track:

Persuasion skills are a critical asset for any faculty member.  We must convince employers to hire us, get  funders to support our research, and encourage co-workers to collaborate on our work.  This interactive session will take a rational approach to persuasion. 

Participants will discover:

  • How to use personal/organizational power
  • How to deploy tactics on four different human planes
  • How to harness basic social influences to get other people to accede more easily to our requests

Dinner will be served from 5pm-5:30pm.  The presentation will begin promptly at 5:30pm.

About the presenter:

An engineer from the Louvain School of Engineering and PhD in applied physics from Stanford University, Jean-luc Doumont now devotes his time and energy to training engineers, scientists, business people, and other rational minds in effective communication, pedagogy, statistical thinking, and related themes. Dr. Doumont is a popular invited speaker worldwide, in particular at international scientific conferences, research laboratories, and top-ranked universities.

About the FEED Series:

Faculty Enrichment and Education Development, FEED, is a series of workshops on key topics in faculty development. FEED provides an opportunity for faculty to learn in a collegial environment.

This event is a partnership with the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 22107. Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to 'Dial a Conference Number.'
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “22107#” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number, 22107, followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

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Education, Grant Writing, FEED, Polycom
1979/26/201309:00 AM - 11:00 AM Innovative Recruitment StrategiesCampus Center (CE),309See More

IUPUI Academic Affairs: Innovative Recruitment Strategies: Attract and Retain Exceptional Faculty

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),309
Academy of Teaching Track:

This workshop continues the conversation with administrators regarding faculty issues and other matters that may have policy or legal implications. Additional information about the specific topics to be discussed will be forthcoming.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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Leadership, Chair Series, Partner Events
1989/27/201310:00 AM - 12:00 PMConveying Messages with GraphsUniversity Library (UL),Lilly Auditorum, 0130See More

CTL Event: Conveying Messages with Graphs

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: University Library (UL),Lilly Auditorum, 0130
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

In this interactive presentation, scientist and engineer Dr. Jean-luc Doumont reviews a frequently (yet very often poorly) used communication device in papers and presentations: graphs.

Participants will learn:

  • How to choose the right graph for a given data set and research question
  • How to optimize the graph’s construction to reveal the data
  • How to phrase a useful caption.

About the presenter:

An engineer from the Louvain School of Engineering and PhD in applied physics from Stanford University, Jean-luc Doumont now devotes his time and energy to training engineers, scientists, business people, and other rational minds in effective communication, pedagogy, statistical thinking, and related themes. With his rational background, Jean-luc approaches communication in an original, engineering-like way that contrasts sharply with the tradition of the field, rooted in the humanities. He is thus well received by students and professionals in search of a method they can apply with the same rigor they have come to value in every other aspect of their occupations. An articulate, entertaining, and thought-provoking speaker, Jean-luc successfully reaches a wide range of audiences around the world, in English, French, Dutch, and Spanish—as a trainer or invited speaker at an array of companies, top-ranked universities, research laboratories, and international conferences. Jean-luc is the author of Trees, maps, and theorems, a critically acclaimed book on “effective communication for rational minds”, and of the Nature series English communication for scientists on nature.com.

 

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 274-1300 or by email at ctl@iupui.edu.

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Education, Research, Academy, New Faculty, Partner Events
1999/27/201308:00 AM - 12:00 PMOVCR: NIH Funding WorkshopCampus Center (CE),TheatreSee More

OVCR: NIH Funding Workshop

Presenter :IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: Campus Center (CE),Theatre
Academy of Teaching Track:

How to prepare and submit grant proposals to the National Institutes of Health is the focus for an interactive discussion by representatives of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and the Office of Research Administration. Topics to be covered will include identifying the “right” category and best time to apply, what excellent proposals contain, resources available within the University to support proposal development, and an intensive look at the peer review process. Highlighting the event is a panel discussion by current and previous NIH awardees and study section participants who will provide an in-depth look into the review process.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

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Research, Grant Writing, Partner Events
2009/27/201301:00 PM - 03:00 PMIUPUI: Clickers, Part 1University Library (UL),1125MSee More

IUPUI: Engaging Learners with Clickers, Part 1

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Wish you could connect more with students in your lectures? In this two part workshop, participants will learn how Student Response Systems (SRS) such as clickers can be used in the classroom to both promote active learning and gain critical feedback about student learning. Learn about the benefits and best practices for using clickers, how to write effective clicker questions, and how to adapt your teaching “just-in-time” based on student responses. In part one, participants will have the opportunity to hear IUPUI Physics Professor, Andy Gavrin discuss how clickers are integrated into his teaching. In part two, participants will gain hands-on experience with clicker technology.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Education, Instructional Technology, Academy, Partner Events
20110/3/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMIUPUI: Oncourse: Advanced ToolsOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Oncourse: Advanced Tools

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching & Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

Are you comfortable with the basic Oncourse tools and ready to explore something new? If so, join us in this online workshop held in an Adobe Connect meeting room. We'll travel beyond the basic tools and discover other tools, such as Site stats, Profile 2, Assignments 2, Blogs, and Turnitin that you might find to be helpful in your classes.

This event is presented by the IUPUI  Center for Teaching & Learning.

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Education, Instructional Technology, Academy, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
20210/4/201301:00 PM - 03:00 PMIUPUI: Clickers Part 2University Library (UL),1125MSee More

IUPUI: Engaging Learners with Clickers, Part 2

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Wish you could connect more with students in your lectures? In this two part workshop, participants will learn how Student Response Systems (SRS) such as clickers can be used in the classroom to both promote active learning and gain critical feedback about student learning. Learn about the benefits and best practices for using clickers, how to write effective clicker questions, and how to adapt your teaching “just-in-time” based on student responses. In part one, participants will have the opportunity to hear IUPUI Physics Professor, Andy Gavrin discuss how clickers are integrated into his teaching. In part two, participants will gain hands-on experience with clicker technology.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Education, Instructional Technology, Academy, Partner Events
20310/7/201304:00 PM - 05:00 PMMark Brothers Clinical Lecture Riley Outpatient Center (ROC),AuditoriumSee More

2013 Mark Brothers Clinical Lecture: Jayakrishna Ambati, MD

Presenter :Jayakrishna Ambati, MD
Location: Riley Outpatient Center (ROC),Auditorium
Academy of Teaching Track:

The 2013 Mark Brothers Award will be presented to Jayakrishna Ambati, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences and Physiology at the University of Kentucky.

Click here to learn more about the Mark Brothers Award.

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20410/7/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMMark Brothers Basic Science LectureVan Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),326See More

2013 Mark Brothers Basic Science Lecture: Jayakrishna Ambati, MD

Presenter :Jayakrishna Ambati
Location: Van Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),326
Academy of Teaching Track:

The 2013 Mark Brothers Award will be presented to Jayakrishna Ambati, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences and Physiology at the University of Kentucky. 

Lunch will be provided.

Click here to learn more about the Mark Brothers Award.

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20510/10/201306:00 PM - 07:00 PMEntrepreneurship & HealthcareVan Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),B26See More

Entrepreneurship and Healthcare: Using Your Medical Degree to Change Healthcare

Presenter :Dr. Tom Cooper, MD, Senior Advisor, Frazier Healthcare
Location: Van Nuys Medical Science Building (MS),B26
Academy of Teaching Track:

Come learn about entrepreneurship in medicine from a nationally recognized healthcare entrepreneur and IU School of Medicine Alumnus. Dr. Tom Cooper (MD ‘70) has used his medical training and business experience to found several companies which have become the national leaders in their respective fields.

Dr. Cooper’s companies have had combined revenues of over $2 billion, serve over 5,000 facilities, are located in all 50 states and reach more than four million patients Dr. Cooper will be on campus speaking about his journey in entrepreneurial medi-cine and providing insights about entrepreneurship in the healthcare field.

Dr. Cooper will be presenting three sessions on campus:

11:15am-11:45am in MS 326

12:15pm-1pm in GK 103

6pm-7pm in MS B26

Meals will be provided at all sessions, so your RSVP is strongly encouraged.

**Distance technology is available for all campuses to participate.

This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Leadership, Polycom, Partner Events
20610/15/201301:00 PM - 03:00 PMConversation with Exec Vice ChancellorCampus Center (CE),405See More

IUPUI Academic Affairs: Conversation with the Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),405
Academy of Teaching Track:

This forum provides an opportunity for the Executive Vice Chancellor to present important information and discuss current topics and issues with school leaders.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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Leadership, Chair Series, Partner Events
20710/17/201309:30 AM - 12:00 PMAcademy: Writing a Teaching PhilosophyUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

Academy: Writing a Statement of Teaching Philosophy

Presenter :Brian Coppola, PhD
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

A statement of teaching philosophy is a discipline-centered argument about ones instructional practices. As with any other professional argumentation, the essay ought to have a thesis (or claim), and a coherent text that focuses on providing evidence that warrants the claim. In this workshop, participants will prepare an outline for their personal teaching statement. In preparation, participants should think about one sentence: a global statement about student learning that represents your most significant instructional goal.

This workshop will also be offered on Friday, October 18 from 9:30 am - 12 pm.

About the speaker:

Dr. Brian P. Coppola is Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Chemistry at the University of Michigan. He currently serves as the department’s Associate Chair for Educational Development and Practice, and also as the Associate Director for the University of Michigan-Peking University Joint Institute, in Beijing, China.

Dr. Coppola received his B.S. degree in 1978 from the University of New Hampshire and his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1984.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 274-1300 or by email at ctl@iupui.edu.

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Education, Academy, New Faculty, Partner Events
20810/17/201309:30 AM - 12:00 PMAcademy: Writing a Teaching PhilosophyUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

Academy: Writing a Statement of Teaching Philosophy

Presenter :Brian Coppola, PhD
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

A statement of teaching philosophy is a discipline-centered argument about ones instructional practices. As with any other professional argumentation, the essay ought to have a thesis (or claim), and a coherent text that focuses on providing evidence that warrants the claim. In this workshop, participants will prepare an outline for their personal teaching statement. In preparation, participants should think about one sentence: a global statement about student learning that represents your most significant instructional goal.

This workshop will also be offered on Friday, October 18 from 9:30 am - 12 pm.

About the speaker:

Dr. Brian P. Coppola is Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Chemistry at the University of Michigan. He currently serves as the department’s Associate Chair for Educational Development and Practice, and also as the Associate Director for the University of Michigan-Peking University Joint Institute, in Beijing, China.

Dr. Coppola received his B.S. degree in 1978 from the University of New Hampshire and his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1984.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 274-1300 or by email at ctl@iupui.edu.

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Education, Academy, New Faculty, Partner Events
20910/18/201309:30 AM - 12:00 PMAcademy: Writing a Teaching PhilosophyUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

Academy: Writing a Statement of Teaching Philosophy

Presenter :Brian Coppola, PhD
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

A statement of teaching philosophy is a discipline-centered argument about ones instructional practices. As with any other professional argumentation, the essay ought to have a thesis (or claim), and a coherent text that focuses on providing evidence that warrants the claim. In this workshop, participants will prepare an outline for their personal teaching statement. In preparation, participants should think about one sentence: a global statement about student learning that represents your most significant instructional goal.

This workshop will also be offered on Thursday, October 17 from 9:30 am - 12 pm.

About the speaker:

Dr. Brian P. Coppola is Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Chemistry at the University of Michigan. He currently serves as the department’s Associate Chair for Educational Development and Practice, and also as the Associate Director for the University of Michigan-Peking University Joint Institute, in Beijing, China.

Dr. Coppola received his B.S. degree in 1978 from the University of New Hampshire and his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1984.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 274-1300 or by email at ctl@iupui.edu.

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21010/18/201302:30 PM - 05:00 PMAcademy: Writing a Teaching PhilosophyUniversity Library (UL),1125MSee More

Academy: Writing a Statement of Teaching Philosophy

Presenter :Brian Coppola, PhD
Location: University Library (UL),1125M
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

A statement of teaching philosophy is a discipline-centered argument about ones instructional practices. As with any other professional argumentation, the essay ought to have a thesis (or claim), and a coherent text that focuses on providing evidence that warrants the claim. In this workshop, participants will prepare an outline for their personal teaching statement. In preparation, participants should think about one sentence: a global statement about student learning that represents your most significant instructional goal.

This workshop will also be offered on Thursday, October 17 from 9:30 am - 12 pm.

About the speaker:

Dr. Brian P. Coppola is Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Chemistry at the University of Michigan. He currently serves as the department’s Associate Chair for Educational Development and Practice, and also as the Associate Director for the University of Michigan-Peking University Joint Institute, in Beijing, China.

Dr. Coppola received his B.S. degree in 1978 from the University of New Hampshire and his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1984.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 274-1300 or by email at ctl@iupui.edu.

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Academy
21110/22/201310:00 AM - 12:00 PMIUPUI: Adobe PresenterOnline - Adobe Connect Meeting Room,OnlineSee More

IUPUI: Intro to Adobe Presenter

Presenter :IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room,Online
Academy of Teaching Track: IT

See how a PowerPoint presentation can be turned into an interactive Flash video to be delivered dynamically over the web. Beyond simply an instructor narrated PowerPoint, this web-optimized presentation tool allows learners to replay portions, select individual slides, search for specific text or take self-assessment quizzes. During this hands-on workshop, participants will be guided through the planning, creation and publishing process. This introductory session will give you all the tools needed to start creating your own engaging online presentations using Adobe Presenter.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Education, Instructional Technology, Academy, Adobe Connect, Partner Events
21210/22/201305:30 PM - 07:00 PMAMWA MixerCreation Cafe and Euphoria ,2nd FloorSee More

American Medical Women's Association Mentoring Mixer with the Women's Advisory Council

Presenter :Women's Advisory Council and AMWA Student Chapter
Location: Creation Cafe and Euphoria ,2nd Floor
Academy of Teaching Track:

The Women Student - Faculty Mentoring Mixers are a great opportunity for all interested IUSM learners and faculty to build their networks.  The event is open to women medical students, graduate students, residents, post-doctoral fellows, and faculty. Please join us in this oppurtunity to network with the Women's Advisory Council at Euphoria located on the 2nd floor of Creation Cafe.

Sponsored by the American Medical Womens Association (AMWA) Student Chapter, the IUSM Womens Advisory Council, and Office for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development

This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Women, Diversity, New Faculty
21310/22/201309:00 am - 11:00 AM(BEST) Session 2 Discipline and ConflictWalther Hall (R3),303/305See More

Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST) Session 2 Progressive Discipline and Conflict Resolution

Presenter :Leigh Crick, Kylee Swank and Angie Worzala
Location: Walther Hall (R3),303/305
Academy of Teaching Track:

Welcome to the Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (B.E.S.T) series! This training is designed to assist supervisors to get accustomed to the IUPUI culture of supervising employees. The series is designed by campus HR professionals and contains six modules. They are available online and can be followed up in a face-to-face (F2F) or in-class session to give supervisors an opportunity to get questions answered and interact with colleagues/peers around the campus.

You may view the online sessions on the B.E.S.T website (Webinars will be accessible 3 weeks prior to in class sessions)

In-class sessions provide an emphasis on practical application and include discussions, group exercises and other activities designed to encourage participation.

Session 2: Progressive Discipline and Conflict Resolution

Addressing employees’ performance can be one of the most challenging parts of a supervisor’s job. In this webinar, we will distinguish between performance coaching and discipline, and outline the steps of progressive discipline. We will also discuss approaches to conflict resolution in the workplace.

The 30-minute webinar will give all of the basics for these best practices. Please view this webinar before the in-class workshop, scheduled for Tuesday, October 22 from 9-11 a.m. in Rooms 303 & 305 in the R3 Building. During the in-class workshop, participants will practice the skills learned in the webinar.

Webinar and workshop facilitators are: Leigh Crick, Department of Pediatrics Kylee Swank, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology Angie Worzala, Department of Neuroscience

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Leadership, Staff
21410/23/201304:00 PM - 05:00 PMIU School of Nursing; Striving and StrivingCampus Center (CE),307See More

IU School of Nursing: Maternal and Infant Mortality Health Disparities Research: Striving and Striving

Presenter :Phyllis W. Sharps, PhD, RN, FAAN
Location: Campus Center (CE),307
Academy of Teaching Track:

About the Presenter:

Phyllis W. Sharps, PhD, RN, FAAN.

Dr. Sharps is an Associate Dean for Community and Global Programs and Director for the Center of Nursing at John Hopkins University School of Nursing.  Her research focuses on a variety of factors that impact the health of women, specifically reproductive and mental health. Dr. Sharps is the director of three health and wellness centers operated by the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, provides care in a Baltimore shelter for homeless battered women and their children, and conducts ongoing community-based, participatory research. The overarching focus of her work is on the effects of intimate partner violence on the physical and emotional health of pregnant women, infants, and very young children. With $3.5 million (DOVE) and $3 million (DOVE 2) grants from the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Sharps is testing the Domestic Violence Enhanced Visitation Program (DOVE), a promising intervention to keep abused women and babies safe from intimate partner violence.

 Dr. Sharps shares the new clinical knowledge gained through her research in numerous nursing and public health scholarly publications and as a consultant and speaker for numerous organizations, including the Family Violence Prevention Fund and the National Institute of Justice. She also consults on cultural competency in research conducted among African-American women and in African-American communities. Dr. Sharps is a recent inductee into the Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Research Hall of Fame.

 

Objectives:

  • Describe public health and clinical problems that inform research questions
  • Discuss Research strategies that provide findings to guid practice interventions
  • Discuss strategies that build sustained research programs

This event is sponsored by the IU School of Nursing . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at 317-274-2806 or by email at nursing@iupui.edu.

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Research, Women, Diversity, Partner Events
21510/24/201312:00 PM - 01:00 PMIUSoN: Culturally Competent ResearchSchool of Nursing (NU),127See More

IU School of Nursing: Culturally Competent Research

Presenter :Phyllis W. Sharps, PhD, RN, FAA
Location: School of Nursing (NU),127
Academy of Teaching Track:

About the Presenter:

Dr. Sharps is an Associate Dean for Community and Global Programs and Director for the Center of Nursing at John Hopkins University School of Nursing.  Her research focuses on a variety of factors that impact the health of women, specifically reproductive and mental health. Dr. Sharps is the director of three health and wellness centers operated by the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, provides care in a Baltimore shelter for homeless battered women and their children, and conducts ongoing community-based, participatory research. The overarching focus of her work is on the effects of intimate partner violence on the physical and emotional health of pregnant women, infants, and very young children. With $3.5 million (DOVE) and $3 million (DOVE 2) grants from the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Sharps is testing the Domestic Violence Enhanced Visitation Program (DOVE), a promising intervention to keep abused women and babies safe from intimate partner violence.

 Dr. Sharps shares the new clinical knowledge gained through her research in numerous nursing and public health scholarly publications and as a consultant and speaker for numerous organizations, including the Family Violence Prevention Fund and the National Institute of Justice. She also consults on cultural competency in research conducted among African-American women and in African-American communities. Dr. Sharps is a recent inductee into the Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Research Hall of Fame.

Objectives:

 

  • Identify the values and mandates for culturally competent research
  • Discuss strategies that promote culturally competent research
  • Discuss ethical considerations for culturally competent research

This event is sponsored by the IU School of Nursing . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at 317-274-2806 or by email at nursing@iupui.edu.

 

 

This event is sponsored by the IU School of Nursing . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at 317-274-2806 or by email at nursing@iupui.edu.

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Research, Women, Diversity, Partner Events
21610/25/201312:00 PM - 01:30 PMAsset-Based Service LearningHine Hall,222See More

Asset-based Service Learning Placements: A Tool to Move Learners' Orientations Away from Charity

Presenter :Dr. Tamara Leech, Associate Professor, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health
Location: Hine Hall,222
Academy of Teaching Track: C

These events showcase scholarly practice and innovation by university faculty and partners which honor the tenets of Ernest Boyer’s concept of “Scholarship of Engagement.” The roundtable series provides an avenue for interdisciplinary dialogue and reflection on key topics that associated with community-engaged teaching, research and scholarship.

During this discussion, Dr. Tamara Leech, Associate Professor in the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, will share her perspectives on using asset-based service learning placements to move learners' orientations away from the concept of 'charity.' 

Dr. Leech's research focuses on the social determinants of health behaviors among Black adolescents.  More specifically, she is interested in examining the race, gender, and neighborhood context of violence and risky sexual behaviors.  Much of her research focuses on integrating Community Based Participatory Research methods into quantitative analyses of health disparities.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Center for Service and Learning. For more information, please contact the CSL directly at 317-278-2662 or csl@iupui.edu.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 274-1300 or by email at ctl@iupui.edu.

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Clinical Education, Academy, Partner Events
21710/25/201306:00 PM - 07:00 PMLeadership Forum with Dr. Ora PescovitzOther/ Off Campus,Indiana History CenterSee More

Hazlett Women in Leadership Forum with Dr. Ora Pescovitz

Presenter :Dr. Ora Pescovitz, Executive Vice President for Medical Affairs and Health System CEO, University of Michigan
Location: Other/ Off Campus,Indiana History Center
Academy of Teaching Track:

The annual Hazelett Women in Leadership Forum honors Dr. Ora Pescovitz, MD.  Dr. Pescovitz is the University of Michigan’s first female Executive Vice President for Medical Affairs and Health System CEO. In this role, she oversees $3.2 billion in revenue and $490 million in research funding, and is responsible for leadership and management of the U-M Hospitals and Health Centers, the U-M Medical School, clinical services of the U-M School of Nursing and the Michigan Health Corp. Pescovitz is a nationally recognized pediatric endocrinologist and researcher who has published 184 papers and books and was elected to the Institute of Medicine in 2011.

About the Hazelett Forum

Ambassador Randall L. Tobias, the Randall L. Tobias Foundation, IU Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence, IUPUI, and its Office for Women have combined efforts to create the Hazelett Women in Leadership Forum. The program grew out of a desire to honor and hear from individuals who are successful leaders. The speakers are individuals who exemplify excellence in leadership and work to support the advancement of women in leadership roles.

Honorees offer insights into knowledge about leadership in the modern workplace, including their reflections on the role of gender, work/life balance, and effective communication.

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Leadership, Women, Partner Events
21810/29/201309:00 AM - 10:00 AMBeering Award Lecture to LearnersEmerson Hall (EH),304See More

2013 Beering Award Lecture to Learners: Roger J. Davis, PhD

Presenter :Roger J. Davis, PhD
Location: Emerson Hall (EH),304
Academy of Teaching Track:

The 2013 Steven C. Beering Award will be presented to Roger J. Davis, PhD, Professor of Molecular Medicine and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at University of Massachusetts Medical School.  Dr. Davis will be presenting this lecture specifically for Medical Students, Graduate Students, Postdocs, and Residents.

Click here to learn more about the Steven C. Beering Award.

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21910/30/201309:30 AM - 10:45 AMBeering Award LectureRiley Outpatient Center (ROC),AuditoriumSee More

2013 Beering Award Lecture: Roger J. Davis, PhD

Presenter :Roger J. Davis, PhD
Location: Riley Outpatient Center (ROC),Auditorium
Academy of Teaching Track:

The 2013 Steven C. Beering Award recipient is Roger J. Davis, Ph.D., who is Professor of Molecular Medicine and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at University of Massachusetts Medical School. Reception immediately following.

To view the Beering Lecture via live web stream, please click here the day of the lecture and click on the Steven C. Beering Lecture Presentation.

Click here to learn more about the Steven C. Beering Award.

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22011/1/201306:00 PM - 08:00 PMDiversity: For Males OnlyOther/ Off Campus,See More

Diversity: For Males Only

Presenter :Clark Simons, MD
Location: Other/ Off Campus,
Academy of Teaching Track:

About the Session:

This informal session is designed as a support group to assist you with unique issues that confront male students of color as they progress along the educational pathways through medical school.  The session will provide a forum where you can vent your concerns while obtaining valuable information on succes strategies for their resolution.  You will have an opportunity to interact with other medical students and male physicians of color who will share their perspectives on coping with your challenges and point out some of the resources available that will enable you to mange them.  Participant feedback from prior sessions indicates that this may be one of the more useful and staisfying experiences you will have during your medical training.

About the Presenter:

Clark Simons, MD, is an Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery  at Indiana University School of Medicine.  He has been on staff since 2000 after completing a Trauma/ Critical Care fellowship at University of Maryland Medical  Center (Shock Trauma).   His medical education started at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn New York.  Thereafter he completed his surgical residency at Brooklyn Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York.    He presently practices at Wishard Memorial Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana where he is also the Assistant Chief of General Surgery.  He also serves on the Executive Committee for IUSM Admissions Committee and is actively involved in medical education, mentoring and international health.

For more information about this event and to obtain directions to Dr. Simon's home please contact Rita Flynn at 317-274-1939 or rflynn@iu.edu. Also, transportation can be arranged by contacting Rita Flynn by October 30th, 2013.

 

This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Diversity
22111/6/201311:30 AM - 01:30 PMNew Faculty Plan Now for SuccessCampus Center (CE),309See More

IUPUI Academic Affairs: New Faculty Plan Now for Success

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),309
Academy of Teaching Track:

This program will provide new faculty with an overview of the promotion and tenure process as well as strategies to begin the journey toward promotion and tenure. Guidance on how to develop a plan for promotion will be provided.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs

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Promotion & Tenure, New Faculty, Partner Events
22211/7/201305:00 PM - 06:30 PMAcademy: Learner-Centered TeachingFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

Academy: Learning-Centered Teaching: Coordinating Evidence-Based Teaching with Evidence-Based Learning

Presenter :Todd Zakrajsek, PhD, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Most faculty members understand that lecturing is not as effective as active/engaged learning. However, many clinician educators continue to struggle with how best to proceed from delivering lectures to creating truly innovative and engaging learning environments. In addition, although medical students are bright individuals, little attention has been paid to better understanding effective learning strategies and then passing that information on to our students.

In this session, active and engaged learning will be used to demonstrate how effective evidence-based teaching practices can be aligned with effective evidence-based learning strategies to create situations where students enthusiastically participate, are interested in the material to be learned, and effectively contribute to their own learning.

Participants will learn, through participation, how to incorporate these practices into their own teaching.

About the Presenter:

Todd D. Zakrajsek is currently an associate professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Over the past 15 years, he has served as director of faculty development at Southern Oregon, Central Michigan, and UNC. Dr. Zakrajsek directs two annual National Lilly Conferences on University Teaching and serves on educational advisory boards for Lenovo Computer and Microsoft.

His most recent book is The New Science of Learning. Dr. Zakrajsek publishes and presents widely on the topic of student learning and faculty development, with workshops and keynote addresses given in 41 states and 7 countries.  

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Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 22107. Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to 'Dial a Conference Number.'
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “22107#” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number, 22107, followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Education, Academy, New Faculty, Polycom
22311/7/201306:00 pm - 08:00 pmSocial InjusticeHine Hall (IP),132See More

'Social Injustice: The History and Impact of Profiling'

Presenter :School of Liberal Arts, Department of Africana Studies
Location: Hine Hall (IP),132
Academy of Teaching Track:

IUPUI students, faculty and staff will join community guests this fall in a series of town hall and dialogue sessions seeking positive lessons from the high-profile Trayvon Martin case.

The series is co-sponsored by the Multicultural Success Center (MSC), a unit in the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the Office of Intergroup Dialogue and Civil Community and the Office of Finance and Administration.

The impact of the meetings, which will occur once each week from Oct. 24 to Dec. 5, is to encourage people, especially students, to engage in productive dialogue, even when confronted by hot-button issues.

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Diversity, Partner Events
22411/11/201301:00 PM - 03:00 PMWelcoming and Inclusive EnvironmentCampus Center (CE),409See More

IUPUI Academic Affairs: Creating a Welcoming and Inclusive Environment

Presenter :IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
Location: Campus Center (CE),409
Academy of Teaching Track:

The purpose of this workshop is to assist school leaders in making a distinction and gaining a better understanding between a cognitive response to the word diversity and how it feels to be different than while creating an environment that is welcoming and inclusive to all. This is an opportunity to discuss and understand why many are uncomfortable with difference and to identify strategies that foster respecting difference in the workplace.

This event is presented by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.

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Leadership, Diversity, Partner Events
22511/11/201302:30 PM - 05:00 PMWomen in Medicine & Science ConferenceFairbanks Hall (FS),1112See More

Women in Medicine & Science Conference: Making Your Life Work

Presenter :Ellen Kossek, Ph.D.
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),1112
Academy of Teaching Track:

Women and men today need a toolbox of techniques to cope with the demands of academic life. This highly interactive workshop will share a framework for helping individuals better understand approaches to dividing time and attention between the many demands of work and personal life.

Prior to the event, attendees will be contacted with instructions to complete the Work Life Indicator, an assessment developed by our keynote speaker, Dr. Ellen Kossek.  All participants will receive the results of the assessment during the event presentation. This assessment MUST be completed 48 hours prior to the workshop in order to receive the full benefits of the event.

During the event, participants will:

1) Develop a new way of thinking about managing the relationship of work/school to personal life;

2) Learn about the diversity of work life styles and their tradeoffs; and

3) Acquire strategies for gaining greater control over work-life relationships in a way that is in alignment with personal values.

About the Presenter:

Ellen Ernst Kossek, PhD is the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management and the Inaugural Research Director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence. A popular keynote speaker both in the U.S. and internationally, Dr. Kossek has trained, conducted research and consulted on workplace issues related to the changing workplace and organizational effectiveness with managers and university students at all levels.

About the Women in Medicine & Science Conference:

Held each fall, the IUSM Women in Medicine and Science (WIMS) conference provides a collegial and professional environment for faculty, residents and fellows, students, and staff to discuss career advancement, particularly issues of interest to women.

This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Women, New Faculty
22611/12/201307:30 AM - 09:00 AmChairs: Work Life CultureFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

Chairs Series: Creating a Positive Work Life Culture in Your Department

Presenter :Ellen Kossek, PhD
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track:

A positive work-life culture and flexible work arrangements have been linked to improved employee productivity, satisfaction, and recruitment/retention. But, can this strategy work in academic medicine?

In this hands-on workshop for department chairs and division chiefs, Dr. Ellen Kossek, Basil S. Turner Professor of Management at the Purdue University Krannert School of Management, will offer ideas and suggestions for how and when to implement such a culture.

Participants will:

  • Rate their own approach to work-life integration and compare it with their peers
  • Review the literature on connections between culture, productivity, satisfaction, and retention
  • Apply IU polices on flexible work arrangements to a case study

Attendees will have ample opportunity to discuss how these new approaches may be challenging in the academic medicine environment. 

Breakfast will be served.

 

This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Leadership, Chair Series
22711/12/201309:00 am - 11:00 amBEST Session 3: Work Schedules and AttendanceWalther Hall (R3),303 and 305See More

Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST) Session 3 Workschedules, Attendance and Time Off

Presenter :Neelam Chand and Theresa Martin
Location: Walther Hall (R3),303 and 305
Academy of Teaching Track:

Welcome to the Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (B.E.S.T) series! This training is designed to assist supervisors to get accustomed to the IUPUI culture of supervising employees. The series is designed by campus HR professionals and contains six modules. They are available online and can be followed up in a face-to-face (F2F) or in-class session to give supervisors an opportunity to get questions answered and interact with colleagues/peers around the campus.

 

You may view the online sessions on the B.E.S.T website (Webinars will be accessible 3 weeks prior to in class sessions)

In-class sessions provide an emphasis on practical application and include discussions, group exercises and other activities designed to encourage participation.  

Session 3:  Navigating the Challenges: Work Schedules, Attendance and Time Off

Managing work schedules, attendance and time off can be challenging when laws, policies, and past practices are factored in.  In this session, we will examine:

 

  • The Fair Labor Standards Act and its impact on work schedules
  • Types of work schedules
  • Premium pay applicable to certain work schedules
  • Tips on managing attendance and time off

 Prior to the in-class workshop, please view the online session which will provide the foundation knowledge necessary for the in-class workshop scheduled for Tuesday, November 12, from 9-11 a.m. in Rooms 303 & 305 in the R3 Building. During the in-class workshop, we will discuss “real life” situations and practical applications for managing them.  Come prepared to participate in this interactive workshop; share a situation you are facing if you would like to have guidance on how to handle it. 

 

Online and in-class facilitators are:

Neelam Chand – Department of Medicine

Theresa Martin – School of Medicine

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Leadership, Staff
22811/13/201301:30 pm - 02:30 pmSaving CivilityCampus Center (CE),450See More

Saving Civility: 52 Ways to Tame Rude, Crude, and Attitude for a Polite Planet

Presenter :IUPUI Common Theme Project
Location: Campus Center (CE),450
Academy of Teaching Track:

The IUPUI Common Theme Project is please to welcome Sara Hacala to IUPUI.  The author of Saving Civility: 52 Ways to Tame Rude, Crude, and Attitude for a Polite Planet, will present 'From Me to We: Discovering our Common Ground' to students, faculty, and staff of IUPUI.

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Education, Partner Events
22911/19/201304:00 PM - 06:00 PMIUPUI: Innovation to Enterprise Showcase & ForumCampus Center (CE),450 A & BSee More

IUPUI: Innovation to Enterprise Showcase & Forum

Presenter :Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and IU Research & Technology Corporation
Location: Campus Center (CE),450 A & B
Academy of Teaching Track: