FDC panel on curricular revision

By Steven Novakovic, October 26, 2021

To provide support and guidance for departments and programs choosing to engage with the curricular revision process, the Faculty Development Committee (FDC) is hosting a panel on Tuesday, Nov. 16 from 12:10pm - 1:00pm via Zoom (details below) open to the IC community .

An interdisciplinary panel of colleagues who have experience with the challenges, solutions, and benefits associated with curricular revision will be available to offer guidance and answer questions during the panel event.  Panelists will address topics and questions submitted in advance as well as live questions from those in attendance.

The event will be moderated by FDC member Allison Frisch, Assistant Professor, Journalism - Park School of Communications.

Our panelists include:

  • Debbie Rifkin - Professor, Music Theory, History Composition - School of Music
  • Matthew Sullivan - Professor, Physics and Astronomy - School of Humanities and Sciences

  • Alison Shields - Associate Professor, Marketing - School of Business

  • Diane Gayeski - Professor, Strategic Communication - Park School of Communications

  • Julie Dorsey - Professor, Occupational Therapy - School of Health Sciences and Human Performance

To make this session as relevant and informative as possible we welcome feedback for topics and questions you would benefit from being addressed by our panelists. Please submit any suggestions via the following Microsoft Form (https://forms.office.com/r/90UhQqvqPY). All submissions are anonymous.

This panel will be recorded and made available online for individuals unable to make the scheduled time or wishing to watch the recording.

Topic: Faculty Development Committee - Curricular Revision Panel

Time: Nov 16, 2021 12:10 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Steve Novakovic at snovakovic@ithaca.edu or 6072747106. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.