Center for Engagement and Learning - First-Year Faculty Cohort

First-Year Faculty Cohort

The First-Year Faculty Cohort is a unique professional development experience available to support full-time faculty in their first year of the tenure process. This year-long community of practice draws upon peer learning and sharing to enhance the skills of new faculty. Topics include student learning assessment, academic advising/mentoring, shared governance, student engagement strategies, transfer and workforce partnerships, and contribution to community.

First-year faculty participate in cohort activities once a month. The video below provides an overview of the program and highlights how particpants feel about the strong community and support they experience as members of the cohort.

 

 

Contact

ceal@pierce.ctc.edu
General information and inquiries

Emily Wood
Director of the Center for Engagement and Learning
253-964-6302

Renee Phoenix
Instructional Designer, Center for Engagement and Learning
PY: 253-840-8485 / FS:253-964-6779

Jessica Bodas
Program Coordinator
253-964-6781

Carrie West
Open Education Project Manager
253-912-3642