The Tennessee Board of Regents and Northeast State recognize the need for the continued professional growth and development of faculty and staff.
This continued growth and development is necessary to:
- meet the changing needs and expectations of students,
- include new developments in academic and professional disciplines,
- reflect new instructional, public service, and research strategies and techniques,
- encourage and promote staff productivity.
The College plans and implements a structured and coordinated professional development program established to achieve a variety of predetermined institutional objectives.
FACULTY AND STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
At Convocation this year, Dave McAuley spoke about “Putting Your Dreams to the Test”. On October 17th, Dave will be back on campus to host the related Post Convocation Workshop!
Time: 10:00am – 2:00 pm (lunch will be provided)
Seating is limited so make sure you register before Oct. 6th! Click here to register. As a special treat, the first 50 to register will receive the book: Put Your Dream to the Test, by John Maxwell.
Academic Affairs and Student Affairs have once again partnered to provide academic advisement-professional development/training sessions in November 2014. Based upon the fall 2012, spring 2013, fall 2013 and spring 2014 advisor professional development/training surveys, it was suggested we provide additional information and training on Degree Works, the new learning support pilot models, FERPA as well as, additional review of academic advising basics .
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