CSE Faculty Engagement Form – Fall Term 2019

We invite you to participate in a variety of student programming offered by the Centre for Student Engagement at UTM in the Fall term of 2019-20 academic year and beyond.

Please review the list of opportunities to get engaged with CSE programming below and let us know your interest and availability by filling in and submitting this Web form before 9 AM on Wednesday, August 14, 2019.

You will not be committing to participation by submitting the form. Faculty members who expressed interest in supporting an event or an initiative will be contacted by a CSE staff member to discuss and confirm details in due course.

All instructors participating in CSE programming receive PTR letters at the end of the year outlining their contributions to our programming.

Please enter your number with no spaces, dashes, or brackets.
LAUNCH First Week Session
During this event, the faculty member will attend the first LAUNCH session (our first-year transition program), and participate in an activity with the students to help them get to know campus and expectations in a better way. As a part of LAUNCH session 1, students will learn from faculty about how to communicate with professors, TA's and discuss tips for academic success. No preparation is required and faculty will be provided with a list of questions before the event.
Please indicate what date(s) you are available for the LAUNCH Humanities & Social Stream Week 1 Session.
Please indicate what date(s) you are available for the LAUNCH Science Stream Week 1 Session.
Please indicate what date(s) you are available for the LAUNCH Business, Commerce & Management Stream Week 1 Session.
STEAM Days
STEAM Days engage students around the subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math, through activities that encourage inquiry, critical thinking and creative expression. Your role as a faculty would be to speak on the courses you're involved with and discuss student success tips. Please see below for the various STEAM Days we are hosting!
If you are interested in participating in a STEAM Day and have a preference for a particular date, please select your preference(s). An event coordinator will contact you to discuss date and time later. Feel free to check multiple months.
Engaging Faculty Events (EFE)
This year, as part of the Engaging Faculty Events programming, we are including a number of on-campus experience events where students will be able to venture to different areas on campus with a professor and engage in meaningful activities, while also getting to know the professor and learning about career options. Below are some events that will occur during the 2019-20 year!
We’ll plan the details, all you have to do is attend the event and engage with the students! We will be offering 2-3 events per semester. Let us know if you are interested in hosting or joining an activity! An event coordinator will contact you to discuss date and time later.
Engaging Faculty Community Day Events
You may also participate in Community Day Events, where students will have the opportunity to volunteer within the community, while also engaging with a professor from a certain field! Here are some Community Day Events that will occur during the 2019-20 year!
We’ll plan the details, all you have to do is attend the event and engage with the students! We will be offering 2-3 events per semester. Let us know if you are interested in hosting or joining an activity! An event coordinator will contact you to discuss date and time later.
Social Innovation Projects
The Social Innovation Project is an initiative that partners a group of 6-10 UTM students with a non-for-profit organization in Peel. The students work together with the organization over the course of the academic year to come up with and complete a project that meets the needs of a challenge faced by the organization. The project is funded or jointly-funded by the Centre for Student Engagement. Faculty will have the opportunity to support the development of the project plans, along with student learning and development through check-ins and reflection opportunities.
If you are interested in become a faculty mentor, you will be assigned to a group and have three check-in points throughout the year.
CCR Validator for Student Clubs & Groups
Faculty will meet three times throughout Sept-April with the student or group to support student growth and leadership and participation. Faculty provide guidance and support to the student groups or clubs through these meetings. For more information on this opportunity, please e-mail laura.walkling@utoronto.ca.
Please e-mail laura.walkling@utoronto.ca if you are interested in learning more about this opportunity.
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