Faculty Development Certificate

Thank you for visiting the Faculty Development Advising Certificate Program.  We welcome all faculty, instructors and staff to these sessions, and our program is designed especially for faculty major advisors. 

This program is a cross-divisional partnership among the three leads for the Student Success Team core members:

Dr. Liz Zavala-Acevez (Director of Career Services; career specialists);

Dr. Catherine Ward (Executive Director of the Retention Cluster; assistant deans for Student Affairs);

Dr. Elizabeth Boretz (Assistant Vice President for Student Success and Director of Academic Advisement; graduation and retention specialists).

Please sign up in advance of the session you plan to attend, especially if there will be a meal served.  You will receive an e-mail reminder of your session one or two days prior to its date.

Questions? Please contact Dr. Elizabeth Boretz, Assistant Vice President for Student Success and Director of Academic Advisement at eboretz@fullerton.edu

 

Faculty Development Career, Student Engagement and Academic Advising Certificate Series

Session Number Date Time Topic
 1 Wednesday, October 9 1:00-1:45 PM
(LH-705)
Snacks provided
What do your graduation and retention specialists do to ease the faculty advisor workloadEvery college has a Student Success Center, and your graduation and retention specialists there are your experts for managing student issues related to graduation readiness, intervening when students struggle academically, or when your students have any needs that demand attention beyond the bounds of your everyday major advising role. Register for What do your graduation and retention specialists do.Opens in new window  
 2 Thursday, October 10 1:30-2:15 PM
(LH-705)
Snacks provided
Grading Symbols: How to know when to use whichLearn the fine details that make significant impacts upon student status with regard to grades of “Incomplete,” “Withdraw (W),” “Withdraw Unauthorized (WU),”  Register for Grading Systems.Opens in new window  
  3 Monday, October 14 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
(LH 705)            Snacks provided
TDA Exceptions and Corrections: Faculty have the powerFaculty major advisors and nobody else may determine when to make a course substitution within the major. Often, these substitutions make a meaningful difference in the student’s ability to complete their degree. Find out how this is done. Register for TDA Exceptions and Corrections.Opens in new window
 4 Tuesday, October 22 1:00-1:45 PM
(LH-705)
Snacks provided
What do your graduation and retention specialists do to ease the faculty advisor workload
Every college has a Student Success Center, and your graduation and retention specialists there are your experts for managing student issues related to graduation readiness, intervening when students struggle academically, or when your students have any needs that demand attention beyond the bounds of your everyday major advising role. Register for What do your graduation and retention specialists do.Opens in new window
 5 Monday, October 28 10:00-10:45 AM     (LH-705)
Snacks provided
Preparing Future TeachersDid you know that CSUF prepares the most teacher candidates in the state? Join this session to learn about how you too can assist the hundreds of undergraduate future teachers at CSUF today! Register for Supporting Future Teachers on Nov. 7.  Register for Preparing Future Teachers.Opens in new window
 6 Tuesday, October 29 10:00-11:00 AM
(LH-705)
Snacks provided
Partners in Student Achievement: How Assistant Deans for Student Affairs Support You and Your Students’ SuccessAssistant Deans for Student Affairs offer faculty, staff, and students valuable support which is a result of essential collaboration with your respective college, Student Success Teams, and departments across campus. Learn how Assistant Deans for Student Affairs design, organize, and execute programs and services that promote a sense of community, encourage student-development, and positively impact student success. Register for What Assistant Deans do.Opens in new window  
 7 Tuesday, October 29 11:30-12:15 PM
(LH-705)
Snacks provided
What does the AAC do to ease the faculty advisor workloadLearn about the what, why and how of General Education advising in the Academic Advisement Center.  Discover the many ways the Academic Advisement Center can support you as you advise your students, and how to promote your department to the many students the AAC supports. Register for What does the AAC do.Opens in new window
 8 Monday, November 4 10:00-10:45 AM 
(LH-705)
Snacks provided
Extension and International Programs (EIP): Academic Disqualification and Open University Enrollment What are the specifics of undergraduate disqualification and what is the role of Open University Enrollment in this process?  Also learn about the opportunities Open University Enrollment provides to other constituencies.Register for EIP WorkshopOpens in new window .
  9 Wednesday, November 6 3:00-3:45 PM
(LH-705)
Snacks provided
TDA Exceptions and Corrections: Faculty have the powerFaculty major advisors and nobody else may determine when to make a course substitution within the major. Often, these substitutions make a meaningful difference in the student’s ability to complete their degree. Find out how this is done. Register for TDA Exceptions and Corrections.Opens in new window
 10 Thursday, November 21 2:45-3:30 PM
(LH-705)
Snacks provided
Grading Symbols: How to know when to use which Learn the fine details that make significant impacts upon student status with regard to grades of “Incomplete,” “Withdraw (W),” “Withdraw Unauthorized (WU),” “F” and “Incomplete (I).”  We will also review the processes for grade changes and assigning Incompletes. Register for Grading Systems.Opens in new window
 11 Wednesday, November 20 2:00-2:45 PM
(LH-705)
Snacks provided
What does the AAC do to ease the faculty advisor workload Learn about the what, why and how of General Education advising in the Academic Advisement Center.  Discover the many ways the Academic Advisement Center can support you as you advise your students, and how to promote your department to the many students the AAC supports. Register for What does the AAC do.Opens in new window
 12 Wednesday, November 13 12:00-1:00 PM
(LH-705)
Lunch provided
How to Partner with Your College Career Specialist Learn different ways that your College Career Specialist can provide you with support and information to help your students.  Gain insight on all of the ways that you can partner with your College Career Specialist. Register for Partner with Career Specialist.Opens in new window
 13 Wednesday, November 6 1:30-2:15 PM
(LH-705)
Snacks provided
Partners in Student Achievement: How Assistant Deans for Student Affairs Support You and Your Students’ Success Assistant Deans for Student Affairs offer faculty, staff, and students valuable support which is a result of essential collaboration with your respective college, Student Success Teams, and departments across campus. Learn how Assistant Deans for Student Affairs design, organize, and execute programs and services that promote a sense of community, encourage student-development, and positively impact student success. Register for Partner in Student Achievement.Opens in new window
 14 Tuesday, November 26 12:00-1:00 PM
(LH-705)
Lunch provided
Less Time Proofing, More Time Teaching- Ready Made Career Assignments
No time to proof or review? No problem. Learn which tech tools the Career Center offers and how students are using them. This session will feature V-Mock, a newly launched software that provides immediate resume feedback, Interview Stream, Titan Resume Builder and more. Register for Less Time Proofing.Opens in new window
15 Thursday, December 5 12:00-1:00 PM
(LH-705)
Lunch provided
How to Partner with Your College Career Specialist  Learn different ways that your College Career Specialist can provide you with support and information to help your students.  Gain insight on all of the ways that you can partner with your College Career Specialist. Register for Partner with College Career Specialist.Opens in new window
16 Wednesday, December 11

12:00-1:00 PM
(LH-705)
Lunch  provided

Less Time Proofing More Time Teaching, Ready Made CareerNo time to proof or review? No problem. Learn which tech tools the Career Center offers and how students are using them. This session will feature V-Mock, a newly launched software that provides immediate resume feedback, Interview Stream, Titan Resume Builder and more. Register for Less Time Proof Reading.Opens in new window