Academic Faculty Workshop Series

All academic faculty are invited to attend the workshop series offered by the Office of Faculty Affairs. All events will be held via zoom until further notice.

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


    The Academic Faculty Workshop Series for AY20-21:

    Spring term workshop date and topic to be announced soon!
    This workshop will be held remotely. Registration information will be made available soon.

    Materials and videos from prior Academic Faculty Workshops offered in AY19-20 are listed below. Click here for an archive of workshops from AY18-19.

    Thursday, January 7, 2021: Promotion and Tenure Workshop. Supporting materials.

    December 2, 2020: NCFDD Workshop: Tenure & Time Management: How to Manage Your Time So You Can Publish Prolifically AND Have a Life Beyond the Ivory Tower. Supporting documents: Tenure & Time Management Post-Workshop Follow-Up, NCFDD Mentor Map, Activate Your NCFDD Membership

    October 1, 2020: Thriving and Coping During Change and Uncertainty: Perspectives from the OSU Community. Supporting materials.

    April 21, 2020: A Culture of Caring - video link: Supporting documents: A Culture of Caring, COVID-19 and CAPS, Staying Active While Working From Home, Cultivating Connections

    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:

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

    December 10, 2019: Navigating Promotion and Tenure with Susan Capalbo - video link:

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

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