Engaging Faculty Events

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Engaging Faculty Events are designed to increase the opportunities for out-of-classroom interactions between students and faculty and allow for meaningful relationships to develop between students and faculty in an area of academic interest. Engaging Faculty Events are open to ALL UTM students and will maximize your UTM experience by providing the opportunity to connect with faculty of the university. 

These events are meant to create a friendly and open environment for students - they are not academic, they are social. Past events include Ice Skating, Wings and Things, Board Games, Theatre Productions and more all with a Faculty member.

There will be five (5) Engaging Faculty Events this year, three (3) in the fall, and two (2) in the Winter term.  Attendance at two (2) events throughout the year will earn participants a Co-Curricular Record (CCR) notation!

This experience is approved on the Co-Curricular Record (CCR)! Links to the ccr website.

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Fall 2018 Events

Lunch With A Prof!

Come out to the Blind Duck Pub and enjoy some free food with Dr. Walker from the Psychology department, and Professor Petersen from the Mathematical and Computational Sciences department on Monday November 19th, from 11am-1pm. Get to know both professors in a fun and relaxing way outside of the classroom, and come make gingerbread houses and decorate cookies for dessert!

Apps will be provided on a first-come-first-serve basis! Spaces are limited, so please sign up ASAP!


Register Here!


Winter 2019 Events

Coming Soon!



For all questions and feedback regarding Engaging Faculty Events, please contact:

Laura Mammone
Student Success Coordinator, Orientation & Transition Programs

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