Faculty Learning Communities

Faculty Learning Communities are unique professional development opportunities where faculty meet once to twice a month for a period of 1 to 2 hours to explore and discuss a common area of inquiry, then to design and pursue projects that will apply and assess the new ideas and information.

2015-2016 Faculty Learning Communities

Junior Faculty Learning Community

Full-time faculty members in their first 3 years at Lebanon Valley College are invited to participate in the 2014-2015 JFLC. Whether you are new to LVC, repeat JFLC members, or didn't have the time to participate last year, this year's Junior Faculty Learning Community is a great opportunity to connect to colleagues and explore questions related to teaching and learning at Lebanon Valley College.

To register for this FLC, please RSVP to potteige@lvc.edu by September 9th, 2016.

Race, Equity and the Learning Environment

This Faculty Learning Community will examine the book Race, Equity and the Learning Environment by Frank Tuitt, Chayla Haynes, and Saran Stewart. Faculty will meet once a month to discuss the book and will also plan faculty development opportunities for 2017-2018.

To register for this FLC, please RSVP to potteige@lvc.edu by September 9th, 2016.