Summer Faculty Development Conference

2019 UCF Summer Faculty Development Conference

Monday - Thursday
May 6-9, 2019

View the conference agenda here.

Every May, the Faculty Center hosts the Summer Faculty Development Conference on Monday through Thursday the week following final exams. Full-time faculty members from all colleges submit proposals to transform courses or programs according to goals and objectives related to a defining theme. Following full participation and completion of deliverables, faculty members will receive an $800 grant.

The 2019 UCF Summer Faculty Development Conference will be held May 6-9, 2019. Please note that the conference is the week following final exams and graduation. The theme for this year’s conference is “Teaching Across Modalities and Spaces.”

 

 

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Jonathan Decker
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Gary Nichols
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