Faculty Development Events


Faculty Discussion Series

Student Voices: Better understanding to enrich student learning

Thursdays from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m., GHL 207

Representatives from departments across the college lead discussions to give voice to the diversity of  the student perspective during this spring quarter series:

  • April 17 -- Jennifer Knapp, Associate Director of WCTE -- students supported by WorkFirst programs


  • April 24 -- Felis Peralta, Multicultural Retention Manager -- students of color & other historically disadvantaged groups


  • May 1 -- Linda Calvert, Associate Director of Running Start -- students in state-sponsored Running Start program

  • May 8 -- Tiffany Williams, Workforce Pathway Manager -- economically disadvantaged students

  • May 15 -- Jane Walster, Director of International Programs -- students from other countries


  • May 22 -- Sara Gallow, Professor, English as a Second Language -- students underprepared for college-level courses


  • May 29 -- Tim McPharlin, Instructor and Vet Corps Navigator -- 800 + student veterans


  • June 5 -- Aaron Hodukavich, Director of Disability Support Services -- disabled students


Seating is limited for this discussion series. To ensure your place for any or all of these sessions, please register online by clicking here.

Faculty Speakers Series

Spring 2014

Borderlines: Political and Economic Differences between Nicaragua and Costa Rica

Date: May 8, 2014

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location: Ellis Dunn Community Room, GHL 213

Carlos Castro, professor of Sociology, will offer his insight on the reasons two neighboring countries with strong cultural similarities can differ so dramatically.

Faculty Speakers Series Past Events


Power & Privilege in the Classroom


Quarterly student panels address current issues from the student's perspective.


Date: May 6, 2014

Time: to be announced

Location: Ellis Dunn Community Room, GHL 213

Call the TLC at ext. 2516 or register online here

Contact Felisciana Peralta, Multicultural Retention Manager, at fperalta@clark.edu for more information.

Previous Student Panel Discussions

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New Faculty Orientation

Fall 2014

Date and Time to be announced

Teaching and Learning Center

Learning Studio (GHL 205)

Call the TLC at ext. 2516 or register online here.


Find out more at the TLC New Faculty web page.

Effective Communication = Priceless

Faculty, staff and adminstrators are welcome to this lunch-time workshop series on effective communication skills. Each month, Communication Studies faculty discuss a timely topic.


Smart Classroom Face-to-Face Training

Contact Gracie White of Information Technology Services at gwhite@clark.edu for one-on-one training opportunities.


Or click here for an on-line session.

Canvas Training

Please visit the eLearning registration site to view and register for all eLearning offerings.You may also access this link via the eLearning web page under Faculty Resources.

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