The inaugural Marquette Participating Faculty Symposium will run on Monday, Nov. 20, and Tuesday, Nov. 21, in the Raynor Memorial Libraries’ Beaumier Suites. This symposium shines a light on participating (adjunct and full-time nontenure-stream) faculty as educators, researchers and scholars at Marquette.
Stemming from a deep desire from participating faculty in two Communities of Practice hosted since spring 2023, this event honors great work being done by these faculty who teach Marquette’s students, produce valuable scholarship, and who are willing to share their expertise with the wider campus community through this symposium. All sessions are organized, hosted and facilitated by participating faculty across campus.
Monday, Nov. 20, noon to 4:30 p.m.: How Do You Do That? Participating Faculty as Researchers and Scholars at Marquette | Register for Day 1 here.
Tuesday, Nov. 21, 8:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.: Excellent Educators Everywhere: Participating Faculty as Expert Educators on Campus | Register for Day 2 here.
Participating Faculty Members: If you would like to participate by sharing your research and scholarship in one of the sessions or have your work displayed throughout the conference, click here. Please respond by Monday, Nov. 6.
This event is hosting by the Center for Teaching and Learning.