News from the FIC

FIC Holiday Party & Recharge Event with Provost Wood

Dec. 2, 2021

Plans for the Refresh and Recharge event (Jan. 12) with Provost Wood are taking shape, and we'll be collecting your questions over the next couple of weeks.

Upcoming holiday party and Students as Partners grant application process

Nov. 19, 2021

We couldn't wait to let you know about our upcoming holiday party and Students as Partners grant application process. Also, you can read about an exciting opportunity to get involved in access and equity work. Happy Thanksgiving!

Inclusive Teaching and Learning Symposium Week & November in the FIC

Nov. 1, 2021

This is ITL Symposium week! We are looking forward to this community gathering for discussion about a very important, timely topic. In addition, the PTF Think Tank focusing on course design and the menu of Teaching Preparation Series offerings provide many opportunities to engage.

Experiential, Blended, & Inclusive Learning Opportunities in FIC October Menu

Oct. 1, 2021

October is here and the FIC offers a variety of events and resources to support your teaching practice. Read on to see which workshop includes a Taco Deli gift card with registration! As a reminder, contact us if you have any questions or would like to schedule a consultation.

Meet the 2021-2022 Instructor Learning Community Grants Recipients

Sept. 20, 2021

The Faculty Innovation Center is excited to have funded six projects for this school year through its annual Instructor Learning Community grant. We aim to build or support continued capacity for instructors to cultivate an inclusive campus climate.

FIC Fall Teaching Support

Sept. 2, 2021

The start of fall semester has begun! Here's an overview of upcoming programming and we pulled together a collection of FIC and campus partner resources to support tech-enhanced instruction.

Mentoring: Informal & Interdisciplinary

Aug. 31, 2021

Congratulations to our inaugural four mentors for the Colleague Connections Program, Virginia Brown (Dept of Population Health), MJ Johns (School of Design and Creative Technologies), Monica Milonovich (Nutritional Sciences), and Amy Kristin Sanders (School of Journalism).

Mentoring: Informal & Interdisciplinary

Aug. 31, 2021

Congratulations to our inaugural four mentors for the Colleague Connections Program, Virginia Brown (Dept of Population Health), MJ Johns (School of Design and Creative Technologies), Monica Milonovich (Nutritional Sciences), and Amy Kristin Sanders (School of Journalism).

Digital Teaching Support for Fall 2021

Aug. 19, 2021

In preparation for fall 2020, the UT teaching and learning community developed a wealth of resources to get us through the pandemic. We dove back into those resources, many featured on our FIC Commons site, and extracted some that may be helpful for instructors juggling course modalities in the first few weeks of classes to meet health and safety needs. 

FIC Celebrations and Event Resources

June 9, 2021

It's a season of celebration in the FIC! Hear from our director and resources from spring events. Also, take a moment to investigate opportunities for your future work.