Faculty Development Events
Faculty lectures and the Wednesday lunch series provide instructional staff with opportunities to share in conversations about their own and their colleagues' work. Faculty who have received college funding for a second semester of leave must present their work at either a Wednesday lunch or a faculty lecture in the year of their return. The Associate Provost for Educational Programs coordinates both the faculty lectures and the Wednesday lunch series for instructional staff.
Events Open to the Public
2018-2019 Faculty Lecture Calendar
Faculty lectures provide an opportunity for faculty to present recent or ongoing research to the Swarthmore Community. All lectures begin at 4:15 pm and will be held in the atrium area in McCabe Library unless otherwise noted. Lectures are at 4:15PM, in the McCabe Library Atrium unless otherwise indicated.
|September 18||Cat Norris (Psychology)||The Good and Bad of Ambivalence: How Mixed Feelings Can Promote Change and Distract Attention, and What We Can Do About It||McCabe Library Atrium|
|October 23||Edwin Mayorga (Educational Studies)||Conocimiento y curación: Latinx youth understanding and combating their own trauma through PAR entremundos||Bond Hall|
|November 13||Josh Brody (Computer Science)||Computation is a Liberal Art||McCabe Library Atrium|
|December 11||Frank Durgin (Psychology)||The Cognitive Science of Racism: Perception, Metaphor and Cognitive Bias||McCabe Library Atrium|
For more information, please contact David Harrison firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Aydelotte Foundation’s popular Second Tuesday lunchtime cafe series. All faculty and staff are invited to come together for a light lunch and some learning. Talks are aimed at a general audience and include plenty of time for Q&A.
Events Open to Faculty
For singular events, please consult the College calendar.
Every Monday throughout the semester, faculty across all ranks are invited to mingle in a quiet work space with good food and coffee to work on their projects – 10am-1pm
Every other Monday during the semester, first year faculty are invited to a lunch series that continues orientation to the college and introduces faculty to academic and institutional topics and resources. This is a chance to meet with your cohort and get to know key members of the academic community.
Wednesday Faculty Lunch Series
Every week, faculty are invited to gather for lunch as a member of the academic community presents a short and informal talk based on current research, teaching or institutional initiatives. Social lunch begins at noon. Presentations start at 12:30.