Mercy College Professional Developement

Professional development is a continuum of opportunities for all faculty, staff, and administrators to prepare and respond to evolving student needs and equity measurements of student success and support.

Mercy College of Health Sciences' professional development program:

  • Uses a variety of approaches to instill teaching, learning, and service to students
  • Aims to provide employees throughout the college with resources, continuing education, and opportunities that support professional development needs.

Upcoming Workshops

July 15 - Microsoft Office Deep Dive

  • Objective: Expand your knowledge and skillset in Microsoft Office
  • Location: SC-102
  • Time: 12 pm - 1 pm
  • Intended Audience: Faculty and Staff
  • Session Type: In-person


August 21 - Colloquium

  • Objective: Campus-wide event to increase staff and faculty skills
  • Location: SC-102
  • Time: 8 am  - 4:30 pm
  • Intended Audience: Faculty and Staff


September 5 - Engaging Large Classes

  • Objective: Techniques to engage large classes
  • Location: SC-130
  • Time: 11 am - 12 pm
  • Intended Audience: Faculty
  • Session Type: Webinar


October 22 - Gathering Ideas for Teaching Success

  • Objective: Get ideas for successful teaching
  • Location: SC-130
  • Time: 12 am - 1 pm
  • Intended Audience: Faculty
  • Session Type: Webinar


November 12 - Researching, Implementing & Assessing Online Student Services

  • Objective: Get ideas for successful teaching
  • Location: SC-130
  • Time: 11 am - 12 pm
  • Intended Audience: Staff
  • Session Type: Webinar


December 12 - Understanding Substance Abuse in our Community

  • Objective: Understand substance abuse in our community
  • Location: SC-130
  • Time: 11 am - 12 pm
  • Intended Audience: Faculty and Staff
  • Session Type: Webinar


Resources

10 Recommendations for Improving Group Work [Article]

Why Open-book Tests Deserve a Place in Your Courses [Article]

Outlook Calendar Basics [Video]

Advanced Microsoft Word: Formatting Documents [Video]

What LGBTQ Students Want Their Professors to Know [Video]

 


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