The CTE provides professional development workshops for LMU faculty to continue our life-long learning. We offer a formative and constructive space for faculty, led by faculty. Events and workshops are open to all LMU faculty. Our goal is to build community, while we support and inspire each other. Please note that faculty presenters volunteer to share their expertise with our community.
Some events are earmarked for faculty only (e.g., no students & no staff). This is not intended to exclude members of our community, but rather to provide space where faculty can openly discuss the challenges we face with our teaching. Some events are open to all of our LMU community. Please read the description of the events and RSVP! If you forget to RSVP, you’re still most welcome to attend the event, but please note that food will be available based on RSVP numbers.
If you are an office on campus or a faculty member interested in offering an event through the CTE, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to start the process of requesting an event. We look forward to seeing you at the CTE!
Events & Workshops
Congratulations on an excellent semester! The CTE looks forward to seeing you at our pedagogical events in the spring semester! If you missed an event this semester, be sure to check out our past events and resources page.
NSF SciENcv Workshop: Thursday 12/7 from 12-1:30pm, UHall 3030
The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced that SciENcv will be the only accepted format for supplemental documents, including biographical sketches, current and pending support, collaborators and other affiliation, and publications for new proposals submitted or due on or after October 23, 2023. They no longer accept fillable pdfs. Whether you have already created these documents and would like a refresher or need to create documents for an upcoming deadline, please join staff from Office for Research and Sponsored Projects (ORSP) for a working session to guide you through the steps to create faculty profiles in SciENcv for NSF proposal documents. RSVP to email@example.com by 12/4.
International Faculty Hosting: Thursday 12/7 from 2-3pm, UHall 3030
Global-Local Affairs (GLA) and the Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) have adopted a centralized process for inviting visiting researchers, scholars, and professors under the LMU’s Exchange Visitor Program. Join GLA and OISS learn about the new process which asks sponsors and host departments to outline specific ways exchange visitors will engage with our community. Through this streamlined process, we aim to foster deeper connections with our exchange visitors, expand their reach on campus, and encourage their active participation in LMU’s internationalization strategic goals. Email: OISS@lmu.edu
Missed an event? Unable to attend a scheduled workshop? Not to worry! Check out the CTE past events and resources page (updated regularly).