The Women’s Business Center (WBC) is currently looking for a research and curriculum development consultant.
There are a lot of programs out there regarding financial literacy and getting loan-ready, yet we are hardly seeing the statistics change on the lack of access to capital for women business owners. The Covid pandemic has also shown us that the low-to-moderate income families have the most difficulty accessing the capital support offered in a timely manner.
The individual hired for this role will research what’s needed, what’s out there and what’s not, and then design a curriculum for the WBC to implement next fall.
Click HERE to read RFP.
Submitted by: Christel Brown, coordinator, Women’s Business Center
A reminder to join in two casual lunch meetup groups that came out of the Summer Faculty Development week! We also have asynchronous resources to support your faculty development needs during the semester and look forward to seeing you at faculty development sessions during the winter intersession.
Lunch Meetup Groups:
Join with your colleagues for conversation and connection over lunch. The final two lunches will happen at the Dining Hall. Please click here to RSVP for some or all of the lunch groups this semester. Note that because lunch is provided, this event is only open to vaccinated individuals.
- Inclusive teaching. Join in conversation about general strategies from grading to open education resources to supporting individual students. Our last meeting is at 12:00 p.m. on Monday, December 6 (12/6).
- Scholarship and writing. Come together to support and commiserate about any form of academic writing and think longingly of future writing retreats! Meets at 12:00 p.m. on Monday, December 13 (12/13).
Thanks to those colleagues who suggested faculty meetup groups for two topics and who have joined us so far! Stay tuned for spring meet ups!
Winter Intersession Development Opportunities:
The first week of January, we will enjoy a scholarship-focused week with a day focused on faculty scholarship resources followed by a multi-day on campus writing retreat to help you kick off the year strong. The second week of January, get ready for Winter Faculty Development Week with a focus on inclusive and innovative teaching strategies. Please click here for more information and to RSVP!
If you have other suggestions for faculty development opportunities, please do not hesitate to reach out to Jenn Lodi-Smith, assistant vice president for academic affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitted by: Jennifer Lodi-Smith, AVPAA & professor, Psychology