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Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs)

Faculty Learning Communities for 2012-2013

  • A history of Miami's 126 FLCs of 52 types since 1979
  • Cohort-Based:

  • Alumni Teaching Scholars Community for Early-Career Faculty - Accepting Applications
  • Topic-Based:

  • Faculty Learning Community on Scholarly Communication - FILLED
  • Faculty Learning Community: Teaching and Learning at a Global University - FILLED
  • Faculty Learning Community: A Leadership Collaborative for the First-Year Research Experience (FYRE) - FILLED
  • Faculty Learning Community: Creating Quality Learning Experiences in Online and Hybrid SEHS Courses - FILLED
  • Faculty Learning Community: Fostering Professional Development in Undergraduates - FILLED
  • Faculty Learning Community: Lecturers, Clinical Faculty, and the Engaged University - FILLED
  • Faculty Learning Community on Top 25 E-Learning Initiative: Course Redesign and Development - FILLED

    FLC Proposal Information

    CELTUA is accepting proposals for new Faculty Learning Communities for the 2013-14 academic year. The deadline for proposals is February 1st. General information about the goals, activities, and other aspects of FLCs is available at General Information About Faculty Learning Communities. Please read and complete the forms below:

  • Online Proposal Form
  • Budget-Excel Spreadsheet

    The budget (excel sheet) should be sent to CELTUA at The CELTUA staff can consult with you in preparing this proposal.

    Each community is a multidisciplinary group of 8 to 12 faculty, professional staff, and/or teaching assistants engaging in a yearlong program with a curriculum about enhancing teaching and learning. Seminars and activities provide learning, development, and community. Participants develop individual teaching projects and may construct a course mini-portfolio to provide evidence of student learning. Financial support varies by community and includes travel. Eligibility criteria are specified for each community. More information follows.