Aug
12

Faculty Development Week

10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Speare Hall
Address:
1008 Bullock Blvd, Socorro, NM
Contact:
Peter Mozley

NMT Academic Affairs has scheduled a series of events that for 2019 Faculty Development Week. Academic Affairs will also host two associated faculty receptions at the M-Mountain Grill at 5 p.m. Tuesday, August 13, and Friday, August 16. These are lots of fun and are a good way to get to know the new faculty members.

Academic Affairs will offer additional workshops during the year. All workshops will be held in the CITL (Speare 113), except where noted otherwise.

Monday, Aug 12

10 a.m. - noon: Helping students in crisis. QPR (Question Persuade Refer) an evidence based approach to intervention. (Angela Gautier, Director if Counseling and Disability Services.)

Noon - 1:15 p.m.: Research ethics, compliance and safety. Discussion about fostering ethical conduct, compliance with federal and state regulations, and creating a culture of safety in your laboratory. Lunch provided. Please RSVP to erica.riveraalvarez@nmt.edu. (Carlos Rey Romero, Associate VP for Research; Ruth Horowitz, Hazardous Materials Officer; Troylyn Zimmerly, Research Compliance Officer.)

1:30 - 2:30 p.m.: Grantsmanship. Resources available at NMT to support proposal work, overview of the proposal submission process. (Van Romero, VP Research and Economic Development; Carlos Romero, Associate VP Research and Economic Development; Judy McShannon, Manager of Research Development.)

3 - 4 p.m.: Argos reporting of student data for your department and majors. A hands-on workshop for department chairs and faculty designated to access departmental reports. Using Argos reports to get data on retention and graduation rates for your majors, course enrollments and grade distributions, lists of students in your major, lists of advisors and graduate committees. Additional institutional research data available from the registrar's office. Please RSVP to brian.borchers@nmt.edu to make sure that your access to these reports can be granted before the workshop. (Brian Borchers, Professor of Mathematics. NOTE: this will be in Gold 243.)