UNCG Campus Weekly

Campus Weekly is published each Wednesday when classes are in session. In the summer, it is published biweekly.

Upcoming UTLC offerings

Campus speakers and workshops

Community-Engaged Scholarship at UNCG: What Is It? How Can I Build My Scholarly Agenda? How Does It Fit in with Annual Reviews and Promotion/Tenure at UNCG?
Tuesday, Feb. 3, noon – 1 p.m., 1607 MHRA Building

  • Join Dr. Emily Janke – director of the Institute for Community and Economic Engagement – for a brown bag lunch conversation.
  • Learn more about community engagement at UNCG – how to get involved, how to find out more about it, how to find potential partners, and how to begin documenting for annual reviews, as well as promotion and/or tenure.

Slippery Slope Series: “Intellectual Property: What It Is, Why It Is Important, and Where to Go for Information”
Friday, Jan. 23, noon – 1:15 p.m., EUC, Dogwood

  • Intellectual property rights, like any other property rights, allow creators and owners to benefit from their own work or investment in a creation. It is important to understand the many ways that intellectual property rights impact your work at UNCG.
  • This seminar will address intellectual property issues, including how to protect your intellectual property, understanding intellectual property in sponsored research, material transfer, and confidentiality agreements and how intellectual property can be commercialized at UNCG
  • Presented by UNCG Research and Engagement
  • Register here.

Grant Resources: Faculty Teaching and Learning Commons
Wednesday, Jan. 28, 3 – 4 p.m., Faculty Center

  • This faculty learning group discusses long-range research plans, effective searches for funding opportunities, persuasive grant writing, and even compelling budgets–whether you are working on a small pilot project or a large, multidisciplinary collaboration.
  • Register here.

Ka-Pow! Creating Powerful Presentations
Thursday, Feb. 5, 10 a.m. and Noon, Bryan 113

  • Instructor: Dr. Kimberly Kappler Hewitt, (UTLC Fellow for Teaching with Technology and Online Learning)
  • This fast-paced session will provide insight on what to do and not to do when designing presentations.
  • Learn how to use visuals, stories, data, and cases to inform and inspire your audience.
  • Learn how to use visuals, stories, data, and cases to inform and inspire your audience.
  • Register here.

Service-Learning workshops and grants

Reflection 101: Using Reflection to Enhance Learning in Service-Learning Courses
Wednesday, Jan. 21, 4 – 5 p.m., McIver 140

  • This workshop is designed for faculty and staff teaching service-learning courses. It will cover reflection models, best practices, assignments, and syllabus design.
  • Facilitated by Dr. Kristin Moretto, Assistant Director for Service Learning
  • Register here.

Service-Learning Basics for Faculty
Wednesday, Feb. 4, 4 – 5 p.m., Faculty Center

  • For faculty members who are new to service learning or want a refresher. This seminar will cover service-learning basics, best practices, and course design.
  • Facilitated by Dr. Kristin Moretto, Assistant Director for Service Learning
  • Register here.

Service-Learning (SVL) Global Course Development Grants

  • Deadlines are March 16 and April 1 for service learning courses with international or global focus
  • Contact Dr. Kristin Moretto knmorett@uncg.edu for more information