Fall Faculty Conference: Thursday, November 9, 2017

Please save Thursday, November 9 for yourself and your colleagues to exchange ideas and learn from each other at the annual Fall Faculty conference, which will take place at the Woburn, MA, Hilton from 9:00am – 3:30pm.  Each year, all faculty members of the College are invited to join together in person or online to consider how we teach, what we teach, and how the changing needs of our students and employers call forth change from us individually and as a community of scholar-practitioners.

This year, we’re adding a pre-conference session on Wednesday November 8 from 2:00 – 6:00 pm on the Northeastern Boston campus for networking with faculty and administrators and campus tours for those who have not visited before or have not seen the many changes to the campus.  In addition, on Thursday, November 9, meeting space will be available at the hotel for smaller groups of faculty who would like to meet at the end of the conference.

I look forward to seeing you all there, in person or online.


Mary Loeffelholz, Dean


Members of the Faculty Academic Council

Faculty Development and Support Committee

Patty Goodman, Chair

Sean O’Connell, Vice-Chair

Natalya Watson, Poster Coordinating Team

Melissa Parenti, Poster Coordinating Team

Veronika Maliborska, Poster Coordinating Team

Pam Wojnar, Faculty Volunteer Coordinator

Gretchen Ulrich, Online Experiential Learning Coordinator

Felicia Kornegay, Events Manager




Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research (CATLTR)

CATLTR was established to support the Northeastern University community in creating opportunities for lasting learning. To realize this goal, the Center takes a multi-pronged, research-based approach to working with faculty and administrators in the classroom, through departmental programs or university-wide initiatives.  For more information please visit the CATLTR website at: http://www.northeastern.edu/learningresearch/

Faculty Academic Integrity Review (FAIR)

FAIR is an approximately one-hour review accessible under My Organizations in CPS Blackboard that covers the prevalence of integrity violations such as plagiarism, unauthorized collaboration, and reuse, CPS’ required process for addressing potential academic integrity violations, as well as strategies and resources to help instructors prevent and identify potential violations in their classes.

Global Student Success Faculty and Staff Workshops

Global Student Success is constantly exploring ways to internationalize Northeastern’s campus through innovative services and collaborations. The GSS webinar series focuses on ways to better serve our international student populations. Visit the workshop page and scroll down to “archived webinars”.



Northeastern University has partnered with Lynda.com to provide 24/7 online software training for faculty, students, and staff.  More information can be found on the I.S. website at: http://www.northeastern.edu/its/services/training/online-training/

NU Online Instructor Resource Center (NUOL IRC)

The NUOL IRC provides additional training and professional development opportunities for all Northeastern University faculty such as on-demand courses, webinars, and more.  For more information please visit the IRC homepage for more information.