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UW-Parkside’s CBL Fellows Program 2020: Teaching Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Call for Participants

This is a year-long program which will expand participants’ understanding of CBL. Participants will engage in readings, discussions, guided reflections, walking tours of Kenosha and Racine, and presentations by CBL educators, students, and community leaders. Working with a community partner, participants will develop a CBL course that addresses both academic learning objectives and community goals.

The CBL course may be taught in Fall 2020 or Spring 2021. The Community Engagement Office will assist in matching participants with community partners. Faculty and teaching academic staff with CBL experience are encouraged to apply, along with those new to CBL. We envision a community of CBL educators with a diversity of experiences, perspectives, and skills. Each participant will receive a $2,000.00 stipend.

Pursuing a Culturally Competent Campus

Facilitators: Damain Evans and Roseann Mason 

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This session will offer classified and non-instructional academic staff the opportunity to: 
    ·  explore various aspects of diversity
    ·  exchange stories of challenges
    ·  explain white privilege and its impact
    ·  discuss possible changes for improving institutional climate
    ·  reflect on ways to meet these challenges

This session will occur during Spring Break from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Friday, March 27th with lunch included. The session is limited to ten people.  Please indicate your interest in participating by sending an email to .  

Space is limited and will be awarded on a first-come first-serve basis.

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Summer 2020 Workshop on Online Teaching and Learning

Application for Online Course Developer Workshop

This summer workshop is open to all full-time faculty and instructional staff at UW-Parkside.
The goal of the workshop is for each participant to produce a fully online course that will be taught during the 2019-20 academic year.  Participants should have some proficiency with the typical functions of either Learning Management System (LMS), D2L or Canvas, prior to starting the workshop. A Winterim LMS workshop will be offered to assist with developing technology competency. Because of the intensity of the training and the workload associated with course development, we ask that you strongly consider limiting your teaching responsibilities during the summer session. Special consideration will be provided for courses that will be integrated into either fully online degree completion programs, certificates or associate degrees.

To Apply:The application for the workshop should be 2-3 pages and include all criteria specified in the application. Submit your application to This call will be open until the workshop fills.

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UW-Parkside’s Summer Institute II 2020: Moving Toward Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning

Application for Summer Institute II

UW-Parkside faculty, lecturers, and academic teaching staff are invited to participate in
UW-Parkside’s 2020 Summer Institute II: Moving Toward Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning. Summer Institute is a paid opportunity for participants to engage in a transformative process to develop a classroom innovation using culturally relevant and inclusive pedagogies.
This will contribute to our goals to 1.) support student learning, 2.) increase retention in our disciplines, and 3.) create a campus climate of inclusion. Race and ethnicity is at the center of Summer Institute II and intersects with class, gender, sexual orientation, country of origin,
and ability as well as cultural, political, religious, or other affiliations. Participants will have the opportunity to negotiate this complex, sometimes ambiguous and difficult terrain with an open mind and a collegial spirit. Participants should expect an intensive intellectual and emotional experience and, therefore, must not have any teaching responsibilities during Summer Institute. Participants will engage in reading, screening documentaries, journal writing, guest presentations, reflections, and dialogue to gain a deeper understanding of teaching and learning. Our goal is to build a cohort of scholars committed to incorporating these practices into their disciplines.

Application Deadline: Monday, March 2, 2020 or until workshop fills. Registration will be capped at 15 participants. Please submit your application materials as one pdf file to .  

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Advanced Online Instructor Workshop (AOW)

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The AOW will be a mixture of face-to-face instruction and collaboration, self-paced learning, and individual consultation with an assigned Quality Matters Peer Reviewer. It will occur during the month of July with a completion date the first week in August.Upon completion, participant's courses will be submitted for Quality Matters Certification. A $2,500 stipend will be awarded upon successful completion of the course and QM certification.

Workshop Goals

There are 4 primary goals of the Advanced Online Instructor Workshop:
i.) Expose experienced online faculty to pedagogical techniques and instructional strategies to improve their online courses;
ii.) Prepare mature courses[1] to be submitted for a full external Quality Matters review (QM);
iii.) Train experienced online faculty on the use of the Quality Matters rubric;
iv.) Develop collaborations with existing UW-Parkside certified QM Peer Reviewers and the Instructional Design staff in Innovations in Learning.

In preparation for the self- review which is a central part of the workshop, all workshop participants must complete the Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APQMR) online workshop prior to the start of the AOW. This 2-week workshop is offered online through Quality Matters and requires about 6-8 hours of work per week. New APQMR sessions begin every Monday. This session is a prerequisite to the course that enables one to become a certified UW-Parkside QM reviewers.Participants are welcome to pursue this option and will be compensated separately for that effort.

To apply for this opportunity send an e-mail to and include the course number, course title, an online syllabus for the course and the number of times you have taught the course.

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Center for 21st Century Studies: CALL FOR 2020-21 UW SYSTEM FELLOW

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Founded as a UW System Center of Excellence, the Center for 21st Century Studies (C21) has
fostered innovative research at the intersection of the humanities, arts and social sciences since 1968. The Center brings scholars into contact and collaboration with one another, the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee community and the world beyond. The Center organizes its research and public programs around three broad areas: critical, public and digital humanities, connecting them to today’s most pressing social and political issues. Each year the Center constitutes a group of UWM Faculty Fellows, as well as an external System Fellow, to contribute to C21’s mission to imagine, define, and create the emergent field of 21st century studies.

UW System is once again happy to support the fellowship and the excellent work done by C21. You are invited to apply for the UW System Fellow from the Center for 21st Century Studies (C21). Please view the call for all application instructions. The application deadline is Monday, March 2, 2020.

If you have any questions, please do reach out to Maureen Ryan (



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