The Faculty Professional Development Program offers numerous on-and off-campus enrichment opportunities, including:
NAU Faculty and Staff Brown Bag Session
Hiring Foreign Faculty and Staff: Immigration Basics
Tuesday, April 15More information
12:00- 1:30 pm
Center for International Education, Blome Hall, Building 2, Conference Room
(No registration required)
Immigration Basics for NAU Departments:
All NAU staff and faculty who are involved with hiring international employees and/or sponsoring international scholars and other visitors are invited to a Brown Bag session sponsored by Center for International Education. Find out how to assist international employees and scholars to obtain the appropriate immigration status (visa). Learn basic concepts and common terms in U.S. Immigration Law.
Please note: ‘Human Resources/Payroll will also attend to answer questions regarding the hire process, HireXpress and ePar’
NEW: Assessment Fair Roundtables
Thursday, April 17More information
2:00 - 2:50 pm
Second floor meeting rooms of the High Country Conference Center
Please join us for a new event at the Assessment Fair, the Assessment Fair Roundtables. The Roundtables are scheduled immediately prior to the Fair from 2:00 - 2:50 p.m. in rooms on the second floor of the High Country Conference Center. Three Roundtables will focus on the following topics: Rubric Swap, Making Connections Between Course and Program Assessment, and NAU University-wide Student Learning Outcomes. Come and join in the conversation with faculty, staff, and students across the campus.
Twelfth Annual NAU Assessment Fair
Thursday, April 17
3:00 - 5:00 pm
High Country Conference Center
e-Learning Workshop: Applying the Quality Matters Rubric
Tuesday, May 13More Information
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
South Learning Resource Center, Building 61, Room 140
Sponsored by the e-Learning Center
What is course quality?
Join e-Learning to identify the critical elements of the nationally recognized Quality Matters (QM) course quality assurance program. This one-day workshop will focus on the QM Rubric in order to frame a peer-to-peer conversation on some of the components of course quality.
More information available here.
*Other programs will be added to the calendar as dates and times are confirmed. Please check back frequently.