Faculty Learning Communities
Join one of our Faculty Learning Communities:
- Contemplative Pedagogy Leadership Seminar
The SHU Contemplative Community initiative seeks to advance the use of contemplative pedagogy on our campuses.
- Digital Humanities Faculty Learning Community
The goal of the Digital Humanities Faculty Learning Community is to bring together faculty interested in DH for conversation and mutual support.
- Faculty Seminar on Challenging Racism and Teaching for Inclusivity
The purpose of this faculty seminar is four-fold:
- for participants to become agents for change in their departments, schools/colleges, and/or discipline;
- to familiarize participants with major theoretical frameworks employed by social/behavioral scientists and other academics/intellectuals/pundits involved in these discussions in analyzing and addressing racism/exclusion, interpreting current controversies, and advancing productive dialogue on such sensitive and polarizing issues;
- for participants to reflect on the implications of racial disparities and racial injustice on higher education curricula, pedagogical strategies, and classroom management;
- to provide participants with an opportunity to develop a new course, or revise one that has been offered in the past, in a way that demonstrates a more acute sensitivity and commitment to teaching for inclusivity in their disciplines.
- Faculty Learning Community for Pedagogy
The Faculty Learning Community for Pedagogy is intended to be a collaborative, supportive community of peers where we reflect on teaching practices, share challenges and celebrate successes.
- SHe WILL - Seton Hall Elevating Women in Learning and Leadership
SHe WILL - Seton Hall Elevating Women in Learning and Leadership - is a new mentoring program and faculty learning community for faculty who identify as female to learn and share how we navigate academia.
- Study Abroad Faculty Learning Community
The goal of the Study Abroad Faculty Learning Community is to bring together faculty interested in study abroad for conversation and mutual support, regardless of whether you are a study abroad veteran or have never taught a course internationally before.
- University Teaching FellowsProgram
The purpose of the University Teaching Fellows Program is threefold: to promote excellence in teaching and learning; to provide support for faculty in the tenure, promotion, and renewal process; and to cultivate faculty to assume leadership positions within the university community.