Faculty Development Events
Numerous opportunities for faculty development are presented each academic year in various settings. These include Faculty Food for Thought events, Teaching and Learning with Technology workshops, University 101 sessions, New Faculty Orientation, Butler Institute for Research and Scholarship (BIRS) workshops, the Brown Bag Series for Research, Scholarship and Creative Work and more. Be sure to check out the schedule so you don’t miss out.
Faculty Development Library
Browse and borrow from the collection of resources in the Faculty Development Library located in Jordan Hall 109. The collection includes titles related to curriculum and pedagogy development.
Internal Grant Opportunities
Butler University offers significant support in several areas of faculty members’ professional work. Find out more about grant opportunities.
Online Technology Training
In addition to its live training events, coaching sessions and Butler-created tutorials, the Center for Academic Technology offers quick access to online training materials. You can work at your own pace to explore new technologies or improve your skills. Learn more.
Teaching Observation Program
Observing another colleague’s teaching can help to foster conversations about pedagogy, student learning, and classroom dynamics. It’s also a great way to learn about another discipline or area of focus, and engage with colleagues on the important work of teaching. To assist in this, faculty are invited to participate with Butler colleagues in a Teaching Observation Program each semester. Learn more.
Technology Training & Professional Development
The Center for Academic Technology offers many training and professional development events for faculty and staff, including in-class training and support. View the schedule. Find out more about additional technology training resources.