Time Session & Location
8:00am to 9:15am
College Breakfasts
Various dates/times/locations - TBA

College

Date

Time

Location 

CAD (CIAS)

8/16/2018

8:00-9:15am

Gannett Hall/GAN, Neblette Room 1104

CET (CAST)

8/16/2018

8:00-9:15am

Ross Hall/ROS, Room A252,  Dean's Conference Room (downstairs)

COLA

8/16/2018

8:00-9:15am

Liberal Arts Hall/LBR, Room 1251, Commons Room

COS

8/16/2018*

8:00-9:15am

Thomas Gosnell Hall/GOS, Room 2300

GCCIS

8/16/2018

8:15-9:15am

Golisano Hall/GOL, Atrium

KGCOE

8/16/2018

8:00-9:15am

Gleason Hall/GLE, Conference Room 3119

SCB

8/16/2018

8:00-9:15am

Lowenthal Hall/LOW, Room 2312

NTID

8/20/2017*

9:00-10:30am

Student Development Center (SDC), Room 1300/1310

*NOTE 1) the date for NTID’s event; and 2) No college breakfast is scheduled for CHST or GIS

9:15am to 9:30am
Day 2 Registration
Center for Campus Life- CPC 2610/2650, 2nd Floor
9:30am to 4:00pm
Available All Day: Individual Professional Photos Available (no appointment necessary)
The Wallace Library - WAL/005, A-405 (lower level)

Elizabeth Torgerson-Lamark, Marketing & Communications

9:30am to 9:45am
Welcome to Day 2 & Overview of Faculty Career Development
Center for Campus Life - CPC 2610/2650, 2nd Floor

Anne Marie Canale & Cheryl Herdklotz, Faculty Career Development

Learn how the FCD team provides faculty with opportunities geared toward advancement through the different stages of an academic career.  Hear how the team provides support through the grants programs, faculty mentoring, academic leadership development, the "Faculty Success Series," and other special events and presentations.  

9:45am to 10:00am
Teaching and Learning Services
Center for Campus Life - CPC 2610/2650, 2nd Floor

Ian Webber, Director of Teaching & Learning Services

An overview of the support and resources available from the Innovative Learning Institute and TLS, your source for support and ideas about course design, classroom activities, online learning, academic technology, and media.  

 

10:00am to 10:45am
Your Teaching Mindset
Center for Campus Life - CPC 2610/2650, 2nd Floor

Jeremiah Parry-Hill, Manager for Instructional Design-TLS

An interactive session to help new faculty determine and reflect on their teaching mindset, and how TLS can help them achieve their teaching goals.

10:45am to 11:00am
Break
11:00am to 11:30am
Orientation to SIS
Center for Campus Life - CPC 2610/2650, 2nd Floor

Tina Sturgis, Senior Associate Registrar

All RIT class instructors must use the Faculty Center within RIT’s Student Information System (SIS) to enter grades and access their class schedules, class rosters and historic grade rosters. All permanent, non-adjunct faculty have access to Advisor Center as well, which provides a modified view of what students see when they log in to the SIS. Advisor Center serves as a central location that allows you to see a student’s schedule of classes, advisors, holds, course history, unofficial transcript and more.  
Link to Faculty SIS site.
Orientation Handout
 

11:30am to 11:35am
New Faculty Escorted to the Wallace Library
11:35am to 12:15pm
RIT Libraries – Resources & Your College Librarian
The Wallace Library - WAL/005 - Rooms TBA

Reference Librarians

Enjoy an overview of services provided by RIT Libraries in support of faculty success-from classroom instruction on library resources to course reserves to one of our newer initiatives on academic integrity! Also, you will have time to meet with your College Library Liaison, so please bring your questions.  They are here to help!

12:15pm to 1:00pm
Networking Lunch
The Wallace Library - WAL/005 - 1st Floor

Marcia Trauernicht, Director, RIT Libraries

1:15pm to 2:00pm
Support RIT Students: A Partnership between Academic & Student Affairs
Center for Campus Life - CPC 2610/2650, 2nd Floor

Lynne Mazadoorian,  Director, University Advising Office; Megan H. Jaros MS LMFT, Manager- Case Management/Wellness, Student Affairs 

Introduces new faculty to a snapshot of the RIT student landscape through an overview of national student health/mental health trends. Will present an overview of Academic Advising at RIT and our Student Behavior Consultation Team (SBCT). Time will be allotted to key resources for faculty and how to use the information presented.

2:00pm to 2:30pm
Using Starfish to Send Academic Alerts
Center for Campus Life - CPC 2610/2650, 2nd Floor

Stephanie Bauschard, Associate Director, University Advising Office

RIT’s academic alert system allows instructors to send timely feedback and information to students regarding their performance in a course.  This session will serve as an introduction to the system including: an overview of the system and its purpose, user roles in the Starfish system and processes, accessing the Starfish system and send academic alerts through Progress Surveys, where to find additional training and support for the Starfish system.

Starfish User Guide 

2:30pm to 3:00pm
Title IX
Center for Campus Life - CPC 2610/2650, 2nd Floor

Stacey DeRooy, Title IX Coordinator

Provides an overview of RIT's policies and process for handling Title IX complaints while reinforcing expectations for community behavior. The session will inform faculty of resources available to them and their obligations related to complying with Title IX and related statutes. 
Orientation Slides

 

3:00pm to 3:05pm
Wrap-up Day 2 & Evaluations / Walk to TWC

Anne M. Canale & Cheryl Herdklotz

3:00pm to 4:00pm
Resource Fair
The Wallace Library - WAL/005 - 1st Floor

Campus Representatives

Enjoy this opportunity to obtain information on campus units and services that can assist you and your students. Meet representatives from advising, academic support, the Writing Center, Sponsored Research, and our University Press, to name a few. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover RIT’s wonderful resources while expanding your RIT network.