At New Mexico Tech we support ongoing professional development of faculty. This includes hosting guest speakers and running workshops on a variety of topics. We also have regularly scheduled focused training events, such as those described below.
Special Fall 2020 Faculty Resources
We have developed a new Fall 2020 Faculty Resources page, which provides information for faculty in preparation for the Fall 2020 semester.
Faculty Development Week
Every year the Office of Academic Affairs organizes workshops for the week prior to the beginning of the fall semester on a variety of topics of interest to faculty. If you have suggestions for future workshops or guest speakers contact Peter Mozley. The schedule for the 2019 Faculty Development Week can be found here.
Selected PowerPoints from 2019 workshops
Orientation for New Faculty
Prior to the beginning of the fall semester the Office of Academic Affairs runs a day-long training session for new faculty members. For more information contact Peter Mozley.
Senate Faculty Development Committee
The Faculty Senate has a very active Faculty Development Committee, which organizes mentorship for new faculty and training events every semester. In recent years the committee has hosted a very successful spring-semester Faculty Research Workshop in collaboration with the Vice President for Research and Economic Development. Events/activities scheduled so far for the 2019-2020 academic year include:
- November 1, 8:00 - 10:00 am, Faculty mentor/mentee breakfast, CITL. This is a great opportunity for informal conversations between faculty mentors and mentees. Breakfast burritos, coffee, etc.
Faculty Development Resources
A collection of useful resources on a variety of topics can be found in our Faculty Development Resources Google Drive Folder. Note: this material is only accessible from New Mexico Tech authorized accounts. The material is also available upon request to Peter Mozley at email@example.com.
Other relevant faculty resource pages include:
NMT Academic Affairs Calendar (includes most scheduled development activities)