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Online and recorded faculty development resources available

Categories: Education

Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLAS) is a unit within Education Resources whose mission is to promote and support the design, delivery, assessment, and evaluation of effective teaching, curricula, and education scholarship for all faculty and graduate students of the SMHS. We have curated many articles, videos, and how-to resources to help you design and implement […]

Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship consultations available

Categories: Education

Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLAS) is a unit within Education Resources whose mission is to promote and support the design, delivery, assessment, and evaluation of effective teaching, curricula, and education scholarship for all faculty and graduate students of the SMHS. Our team of instructional designers can help you design and implement the best teaching strategies […]

Faculty Development Session: Active learning for student success on April 22

Categories: Education

Please join us at noon (CST) on April 22 for “Increase Engagement and Student Learning by Activating Your Lectures,” a presentation by Dr. Adrienne Salentiny. Join via Zoom at: https://und.zoom.us/j/8327382880. This event will be recorded for later viewing. Evidence for the benefits of active learning (AL) continues to grow, and it has become clear that any amount of […]

Faculty Development: ‘A Primer on Mentorship and Coaching’ April 8

Categories: Education

Please join us from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 8, for a virtual faculty development presentation presented by Dr. Sabha Ganai, associate professor in the SMHS Department of Surgery: “A Primer on Mentorship and Coaching.” The event will be streamed live on Zoom and recorded for later viewing (https://und.zoom.us/j/8327382880). This faculty development session will […]

Faculty development: Using OneNote to get organized on March 25

Categories: Education

Join Education Resources and Dr. Melanie Nadeau, assistant director of the SMHS Public Health Program, for a faculty development session entitled “Using OneNote to get organized: Faculty experience” at noon on Thursday, March 25. Join us on Zoom or view the recording after the event. From research to teaching, from service to departmental responsibilities, we have a lot on […]

Building online interactive simulations and tutorials with SimTutor

Categories: Education

You are invited to “Building Online Interactive Simulations and Tutorials with SimTutor,” our second faculty development event based on SimTutor, to be held at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 11. The session will be recorded, but click here to join live. The SMHS has purchased a limited number of licenses for SimTutor, a tool for quickly building […]

Faculty Development: 10 things you didn’t know about Microsoft Word and Excel that will change your life* March 4

Categories: Education

*OK, we’ll cover more than 10 things, and they may not change your life, but this workshop will make you way more productive! Join Education Resources for its next Faculty Development Session at noon on Thursday, March 4. You can Join us on Zoom or view the recording after the event. Yes, usually the Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship […]

“Competency in context: Building confidence, resilience, and satisfaction” on Jan. 21

Categories: Education

Join us for the next Education Resources Faculty Development Session “Competency in context: Building confidence, resilience, and satisfaction” at noon on Jan. 21, 2021, presented by David Schmitz, M.D., professor in the UND Department of Family & Community Medicine. Attend live on Zoom or watch the recording later at: https://und.zoom.us/j/8327382880?pwd=ck9nenduaVliTVUvVU1oemxxQ1EzZz09&from=msft. A full description of this […]

TLAS Corner: Faculty development needs assessment points the way to the future

Categories: Education

In this edition of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLAS) Corner, Drs. Adrienne Salentiny and Richard Van Eck present an article entitled “Faculty development needs assessment points the way to the future.” As part of our ongoing strategic planning, we conducted our annual faculty development needs assessment to inform plans for the coming year. Thank you to […]

Faculty development: The 1-minute preceptor and other strategies for busy clinical educators

Categories: Education

Join the Teaching, Learning and Scholarship team at noon on Thursday, Dec. 17 for the next Evidence-Based Faculty Development Session: “The 1-minute preceptor and other strategies for busy clinical educators.” Presenters: Dr. Marc Basson, Senior Associate Dean for Medicine and Research Dr. Richard Van Eck, Associate Dean for Teaching & Learning Time has always been one […]

Call for applications from the DaCCoTA Professional Development Core

Categories: Research

The goal of the Dakota Cancer Collaborative on Translational Activity (DaCCoTA) is to stimulate growth of expertise and engagement in cancer-related clinical and translational research (CTR) in the Dakota region. The Professional Development Core is currently seeking proposals for the following funding mechanisms: 1) DaCCoTA Scholars Program – The purpose of this award is to […]

Building the Perfect Poster: Professional Development Series

Categories: Education, Research

Are you presenting a poster at a conference? Are you submitting your research for Frank Low Day, April 25, 2019? Whether you are presenting nationally or locally, and whether you are a seasoned researcher or new to the world of poster presentations, the new professional development series “Building the Perfect Poster” is just for you! This […]

Note changes to UND’s Division of Research and Economic Development

Categories: Research

UND’s Division of Research & Economic Development is undergoing change. Below are two messages the central Research Division disseminated last week. Please note that the SMHS will continue to route a hard copy of forms and Diane Hillebrand will provide the central Pre-Award Office with scanned copies of materials. This may change in the future; […]