Academic Faculty workshops scheduled for Spring term will be rescheduled to a future date.

Academic Faculty Workshop Series

All academic faculty are invited to attend a monthly workshop series offered by the Office of Faculty Affairs. All events will be held in the Memorial Union La Raza Room (208) from 3:30-5:00 PM on the second Tuesday of each month during the academic year.

April 14, 2020: Strategic Communication: What is your research/scholarship identity and where do you want to have an impact?  How can you increase your visibility and promote your work to audiences beyond your discipline? Join us to learn about communication tools, storytelling, and using media (social media and traditional media) to highlight your activities and accomplishments. (Registration available here)

May 12, 2020: Cultivating Your Networks: Finding Mentors and Collaborators. Join us for an interactive session on cultivating your network.  We will provide tools to create a mentor map, identify collaborators, and leverage your professional network.  We will also share resources from within and beyond OSU, including the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity. (Registration available here)

June 9, 2020: Networking (Registration available here)

Materials and videos from prior Academic Faculty Workshops offered earlier this academic year. Click here for an archive of workshops from AY18-19.

March 10, 2020: Difficult Conversations - video link: Supporting documents: Interpersonal Facilitation Techniques and Group Facilitation Techniques.

February 11, 2020: Supporting Student Mental Health with Ian Kellems and Aubrie Piper - video link:

October 8, 2019: Supporting and Accelerating & Enabling Faculty Success: Presentation found here

November 12, 2019: Resources for Managing Research Data at OSU with Clara Llebot, OSU Libraries and Press: Resources for Managing Research Data

December 10, 2020 (rescheduled for January 27): Navigating Promotion and Tenure with Susan Capalbo - video link:

January 14, 2020: Academic Life Hacks with Christina Schaaf, Amy Luhn, & Regan Gurung - video link:




If are a faculty member with a suggested workshop topic or speaker, then we welcome your recommendation.