Faculty Speaker Series
With generous support from our community partners and the Clark College Foundation, the Faculty Speaker Series showcases recent experiences that have enriched both the lives and teaching of Clark’s faculty members. Speakers share their faculty development experiences with the college community -- potentially addressing some of today’s most intriguing issues. The quarterly series aims to join the college community in learning through our own faculty’s wide range of interests and achievements.
Faculty members are invited to present experiences including sabbatical, research, field work, community outreach, or conference/workshop findings. Selected speakers will be paid at the "other assignment" rate for up to 8.5 hours upon completion of the presentation.
Apply to be a Faculty Speaker
Consider sharing your knowledge and experiences as part of the new Clark College Faculty Speaker Series. This is a wonderful opportunity to share the expertise of our faculty members with our college and the greater community.
The Teaching and Learning Center Committee solicits nominations each fall quarter for the series which runs for the following spring, fall and winter terms. Nominate yourself or a colleague by completing the online form.
- Topic is an area of expertise for the speaker
- Topic is grounded in research/has scholarly depth
- Topic appeals to a wide audience
- Topic is timely
- Application submitted on time
- Facility available when speaker is available
Faculty members will be notified when selected.
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