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Faculty Enrichment

What We Do

The mission of Faculty Enrichment is to encourage and inspire the career-long professional learning of Keene State College faculty as teacher-scholars and leaders of a vibrant community of learners.

Our work emphasizes inquiry and innovation. Our programs and services are informed by evidence from research and practice, and are voluntary, formative (not evaluative), and confidential.

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Dr. Darrell Hucks

Learning Communities

A Learning Community is an active group of colleagues who work collaboratively on an on-going basis, focusing on a particular pedagogical or research topic, issue in higher education, or other topic of shared interest.

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Support for New Faculty

Information about programs to orient and support new tenure-track, clinical, artist-in-residence, post-doc, contract, and adjunct faculty.

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Faculty Teaching Initiatives

Faculty Enrichment leads and supports a variety of initiatives to provide faculty opportunities for professional learning to enrich teaching, engage with colleagues in a spirit of inquiry and reflection, and make teaching and learning more public and collaborative.

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Individualized Support for Faculty

Individual instructional consultations are one of the most high-impact opportunities for faculty enrichment.

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Faculty Enrichment Events

We have a full calendar of faculty-related events.

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Across Campus

Faculty enrichment is a campus-wide effort. We collaborate with and encourage individual faculty to connect to the many offices and programs across the college that support faculty and their students.

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Internal Grants

Keene State College offers faculty different internal funding sources for professional development related to teaching, scholarship, and other kinds of collaborations with colleagues and our students.

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Faculty Enrichment maintains an ever-growing collection of resources developed and curated by Instructional Consultant Chris Odato. Sample topics include strategies for the first day of class, conducting peer observations of teaching, team-based learning, transparent assignment design, and online teaching. Visit Faculty Enrichment's library resources site here.

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Contact Faculty Enrichment

Linda Farina
Program Support Coordinator
Office: Morrison 136
Phone: 603-358-2900
Mailstop: 3535

We want your feedback: To help us improve programming, click on the link below to answer brief questions on this anonymous Faculty Enrichment Feedback Form.