Faculty members attending an event in the CTE classroom

Events & Workshops Spring 2023 

TODAY: Faculty Service Report Due 1/30
Just a reminder to submit your Faculty Service Report (FSR) today, documenting
your work from the 2022 calendar year across teaching, scholarship, and service.


TODAY: UCCC Proposal Info Sessions 1/30 (CTE); 2/3 (zoom); 2/6 (CTE)
Proposals for course attribute in the core curriculum are due Friday, February
17th. The University Core Curriculum Committee (UCCC) in partnership with the
Office of the Core and the CTE, will host a series of workshops aimed at
demystifying the process of applying for core attributes. We will give a brief
overview of the core proposal review process followed by opportunities to ask
questions and/or workshop proposals in process. Today’s session will focus on the
new Studies in American Diversity attribute while also emphasizing anti-racist
curriculum throughout the core. If you have ever felt frustrated, intimidated,
confused, or just plain overwhelmed by the core approval process, this workshop
is for you! Refreshments will be served at the in-person events in UHall 3030.
Details and registration found here:

Seaver Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs)
Seaver College is offering four FLCs for faculty in STEM and STEM-related fieldsCheck out more information and sign up here:

Questions? Contact Associate Dean

CBA’s Business for Good Event 1/31; 2/2; 2/3
The College of Business Administration is seeking volunteers to participate in a
poverty simulation exercise with students as part of the “Business for Good”
course. Volunteers are needed for a short Zoom training and 2hrs in Hilton 100 on
Tues. 1/31; Thurs. 2/2; & Fri. 2/3.
Register here: 
Questions? Contact Assistant Director:

LMU Housing Information Session
Monday, 2/6 from 2-
The LMU Faculty Housing Office is holding an open session in UHall 3030 to provide information on home purchase assistance and LMU home rental possibilities. RSVP by TODAY, Monday 1/30:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/faculty-housing-office-open-session-tickets-491944247487 Questions? Contact: JSchultz@lmu.edu.


Internal Grant Applications – 2/7
Faculty are encouraged to apply for internal curriculum and research grants. All application materials must be uploaded to BOX by 5:00pm: https://academics.lmu.edu/ofd/research/lmuinternalgrants/


Faculty Support for Student Research – 2/8
Join the CTE for a conversation with ORCA Director, Liz Wimberly, ONIF Fellowships Advisor, Lindsay Anderson, and ORCA Faculty Fellow, Katie Mouzakis to discuss Faculty Support for Mentoring Student Researchers. This discussion will take place from 12-1:30pm in UHall 3030 and will center DEI practices in hiring, advising, letter writing, and more. Lunch will be served.
Register: https://lmu2.wufoo.com/forms/m1axnm4e13iwc7g/ 


Smarthistory Roundtable: Friday, 2/10 from 12:15-1:15pm - virtual
Join Associate Professor and Chair of Art History at LMU, Melody Rod-ari, for a roundtable discussion showcasing the Smarthistory digital platform. This is part of the KaleidoLA Guest Speaker Series highlighting the Center for Public Art History, with the goal of creating equity and access to art history.
Register here: https://cal.lmu.edu/event/kaleidola_guest_speaker_series_smarthistory_roundtable 


Seaver Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs)
Seaver College is offering four FLCs for faculty in STEM and STEM-related fields. Check out more information and sign up here: https://lmu.wufoo.com/forms/w102yc3s1wqmia0/.
Questions? Contact Associate Dean Heather.Tarleton@lmu.edu.

TwT: Friday, 2/10 from 9:30am-4pm – University Hall
The CTE and ITS are proud to co-host our annual Teaching with Technology (TwT) Day on Friday 2/10/23. We especially want to highlight our keynote theme, which will focus on how Artificial Intelligence continues to impact higher education. Heard about ChatGPT? Wondering how AI is changing the way faculty approach their courses? Let’s discuss! Join us for an interactive day of faculty presentations, vendor demonstrations, and faculty support! Details, schedule, and registration can be found online: https://its.lmu.edu/twt2023/

Queer Theology & Ignatian Pedagogy Wednesday, 2/15 from 12:00-1:00pm
All are invited to join Roy Fisher (Theological Studies) and Stuart Moskovitz (Director of LGBT Student Services) for a roundtable discussion of Queer Theology and Ignatian Pedagogy. Come share your stories and experiences with faculty across the disciplines as we support one another in creating a more inclusive and creative LMU. Join us from 12-1pm in UHall 3030. For more
information email:
roy.fisher@lmu.edu Lunch will be served.
Please RSVP: https://lmu2.wufoo.com/forms/m9dl5ra1ppbvqg/


ACE Lab Internationalization Plan - 2/16
Faculty are invited to join us for an overview of the new Internationalization Strategic Plan produced from the ACE Lab recommendations. Co-sponsored by GLA, Faculty Senate, and the CTE, this event will engage the faculty community in a discussion to better understand and inform our implementation of internationalization efforts at LMU moving forward. Join us from 12:30-1pm in UHall 3030. Lunch will be served.
Please RSVP: https://lmu2.wufoo.com/forms/mkfefqh1xrfw1k/

Part 2: Student Wellness & Academic Support Tuesday, 2/21 from 12-1:30pm
Given the ongoing national conversation in higher education, we are continuing this Series on Student Mental Health and Academic Support at LMU. Join the CTE for a conversation among faculty, facilitated by Prof. Amy Woodson-Boulton
(HIST), about what we are noticing, what we are trying, and where we can find support! Joining this conversation will be various LMU offices, including Student Affairs, Community of Care, Student Psychological Services, Disability Support
Services, and the Academic Resource Center. Lunch will be served.
Please RSVP: https://lmu2.wufoo.com/forms/m12ve67z1htifcy/