Faculty Services provides support for all full-time and adjunct instructors in order to assist in making their teaching experience here at Salt Lake Community College a rewarding one.
SLCC Campus Services
New Faculty Orientation
Dates: August 17th - 20th, 2015 - Redwood Campus
Session 1: Orientation and Inspiration | August 17th| Oak Room Student Center
Session 2: Human Resources and Student Affairs | August 18th| AAB 235
Session 3: Reflective Practitioners: Gen Ed and the Major | August 19th| AAB 235
Session 4: Best Practices for Full-Time Teaching | August 20th| Silver Fork Lodge
Convocation August 25, 2015
Tanner Forum on Social Ethics
Date: Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Location: The Grand Theatre, South City Campus
Time: 12:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Speaker: Cheryl Strayed
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For more information contact David Hubert at 801-957-4280, email@example.com
Teaching Excellence Nominations
For information, contact FTLC at 801-957-4650
January 8, 2015
As mentioned in the last Faculty Association and Senate meetings, there are two phases in the new rank system. The first phase was placement into the new system, and you should have received a new contract letter confirming your placement into the new system. The second phase will be promotion. The Discussion Team will be working on this phase during the Spring, it will start with divisions and departments creating consistent standards for promotion. Consequently, no academic rank movement will take place this semester (Spring 2015). The new academic rank processes will be thoroughly vetted by faculty and administration later this semester and implemented in the 2015-2016 academic year.
Joe Gallegos, Faculty Association President
Lois Oestreich, Faculty Senate President
Distinguished Faculty Lecture Nominations
Distinguished Faculty Lecture
Melissa Helquist, Associate Professor, English
Lecture Title: The Talking Book: Disability, Technology & the Future of Reading
Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Location: Oak Room, Redwood Campus
Time: Noon 12:00 p.m.
Please see: Academic Freedom, Professional Responsibility and Tenure
A Letter of Progress or Concern must reach the faculty member no later than March 31 and must contain the rationale for the action.