The Center for Faculty Development at University of Houston-Clear Lake provides a range of services for our faculty throughout the academic year. These training and enrichment opportunities occur in both formal and informal formats.
For information about any of our programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're also happy to set up a consultation session with your team or department to assess your needs.
Writing Across the Curriculum/Writing in the Discipline
Work with Dr. Lorie Jacobs, one of our Faculty Fellows, to inject or revise writing assignments in your teaching. Contact her at email@example.com.
Need to talk to somebody about a faculty development topic? For assistance with your teaching, research productivity, service responsibilities and promotion questions, please request a consultation with our office.
Faculty Fellow Grants
Propose a UHCL faculty development project. Recipients receive one course release a semester to complete their work. Selection is made each Spring.
Faculty Learning Communities
Join a small group of like-minded faculty members from across the university to discuss
and examine a shared interest. Communities form in September for each academic year.
If you are a UHCL faculty member with a great idea and would like to develop a Faculty Learning Community (FLC), please fill out this form to submit your proposal.
Submit Your Proposal
Join with faculty from across the university in an open discussion about teaching, research, scholarship, service, promotion or any other faculty development topic.
Learn the basics about promotion. Each year features a separate roundtable for Third Year Review, Promotion and Tenure and Promotion to Professor.
Quality Enhancement Plan
Each academic year, a cohort of faculty will examine a model of critical thinking and then map it to their class activities. Please visit the QEP Website for more information.
Learn more about how to do research. These monthly meetings expose you to beneficial research tools, methods and habits.
Discover what your fellow educators research at UHCL. This colloquium features two or three faculty members describing their current scholarly work.
Learn more about teaching in our monthly meeting. Learn about new theories, teaching techniques, and instructional tools.