Providing opportunities and venues for faculty research and student research presentations of scholarship and collaboration helps increase faculty-student engagement, faculty development, and collaboration across disciplines. Faculty workshops increase technology skills for high quality teaching.
Workshops on a variety of topics help keep faculty on the cutting edge of 21st Century pedagogy.
Wine, Cheese and Scholarship is an exhibit of faculty and their graduate student research proposals, research projects in process, findings, creative works or other scholarly endeavor. Held each February.
The Student Project and Research symposium invites students from all schools and disciplines create posters, live performances, and video displays showing how they are using the knowledge gained at Shenandoah University to do projects and research in their fields, practice their art, contribute to the community, and leave a positive imprint on the world. Held each April.
Attend and participate in focused scholarly work in separate spaces designed for individual writing and collaborative/creative work. Take a break from the usual office environment and dive into your scholarship. Held the end of May.
Faculty who were on sabbatical last year will share their work and sabbatical experiences with the campus and greater communities to let others know about the very interesting work that is being done here at Shenandoah. Each 1-hour presentation also serves as faculty development for junior faculty and graduate students who are encouraged to attend. Held throughout the year.
This is an annual event hosted by library services that is supported by CTLT. A charter bus transports faculty and graduate students from all disciplines to the Library of Congress for a tour and research, and some will meet with an archivist or topic specialist to review primary documents in their fields.