Call for U-Engage Course Proposals
The U-Engage Advisory Group solicits applications from faculty and professional staff to serve as instructors for the approximately 30 sections of the U-Engage first year student transition/orientation course to be offered Fall term 2016. U-Engage sections are two-credit, A-F graded, interactive classes of approximately 25 first year students.
U-Engage instructors design their classes around a real-world problem or compelling question in their area of expertise, research or passion. Our U-Engage shared learning outcomes (see below) and assignments are used across all course sections and should help guide your course design.
Proposals for fall 2016 are closed.
- Monday, March 14 at 12:00-12:30pm in the Willamette East room of the Valley Library
- Thursday, March 17 at 12:30-1:00pm in the Willamette West room, Valley Library
U-Engage Learning Outcomes
Read the learning outcomes and the philosophy behind them. Reviewing them will be highly beneficial when it comes to completing your course proposal.
Frequently Asked Questions
Read answers to some of the common questions often asked by prospective U-Engage instructors here.
Responsiblities of U-Engage Instructors and Professional Development Funds Awarded
Instructor responsiblities include attendance at a REQUIRED training for all instructors as well as other committments in the Spring and Fall terms. Please review these responsiblities as well as the services and support offered by New Student Programs and Family Outreach before you apply.
The U-Engage program provides $2000 in professional development funds for teaching one section of U-Engage. Funds will be transferred directly to the departmental index provided by the instructor during the application process. Instructors should check with their own departments about policies/practices related to the use of professional development funds prior to committing to teach a U-Engage section.
Please contact Emma Larkins in New Student Programs & Family Outreach if you have any questions about the U-Engage program or proposal application