Now Brewing @ CAFE, November 9, 2021

Thursday, November 18, 20218:11AM - Wednesday, December 1, 20218:11AM
At Zoom
Organized by Center for Faculty Enfirchment

Promotion and Tenure Portfolio Workshops

Creating your Professional Portfolio
Facilitator:       Adam Franssen, Assistant Director of CAFE
Date:               Thursday, November 18th from 3:45-4:45pm
Location:         Zoom
Register@:      https://forms.gle/XSmwgshYKjmsWfZm8

 This 60-minute workshop is designed to help all first year tenure track faculty, clinicians, honors faculty, lecturers, and librarians create/revise their professional (P&T) portfolios. Attendees will learn about Longwood University's process of review for promotion and tenure, review the relevant sections of the Faculty Policies and Procedures Manual (FPPM), and develop strategies to present oneself effectively to the multiple audiences that review professional portfolios. Note: as CAFE is not involved in the P&T process, attendees are asked to discuss departmental and college requirements with their department chairs prior to attending the workshop.

 

Professional Portfolio Writing Session
Facilitator:       Adam Franssen, Assistant Director of CAFE
Date:               Thursday, December 2nd from 3:30-5pm
Location:         Allen 310 w/ Zoom option
Register@:      https://forms.gle/sFxv5Q3cTLYZRU9e7

 This 90 minute writing session is time designated for all first year tenure track faculty, clinicians, honors faculty, lecturers, and librarians to work on their portfolios before the December 9th submission date. During this time, participants will write their professional portfolios in community, using the pomodoro technique. CAFE provides space, snacks, and stress relief items. A CAFE staff member will also be present to consult if participants would like to discuss their writing to get past obstacles to completion of their work.

 

WEDNESDAYS @ CAFE

Difficult moments of choice: Strategies for Mindfulness and “Wise Minds” for Educators
Facilitator:       Jenny Retallick, Assistant Director of Well-Being Programming, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Date:               Wednesday, December 1st from 3-4:30pm
Register@:      https://forms.gle/FYsycNDFkXmeKzMm6

 At this point in the semester, your needs and your students' needs might be in dialectical tension. We are tired, yet they need more of our time and we have end of semester course and service responsibilities.  How do we balance our own wellness with the increase in student needs? Using Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and real life examples, we will discuss strategies and tools you can use to increase the likelihood of maintaining your wellness during stressful periods.  


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