New faculty quick-starts
New faculty quick-starts are offered to answer any questions faculty may have about teaching, classroom engagement, technical support for the classroom, research opportunities, or anything else that comes to mind. These are provided to enrich faculty develop, build a stronger faculty community and help navigate the tools LSU offers to new and seasoned faculty.
In addition, the quick-starts highlight portions of the book Teaching Change: How to Develop Independent Thinkers Using Relationships, Resilience, and Reflection by José Bowen, LSU's 2023 Colloquium keynote speaker.
Wednesday, December 14, 2022
Office of Academic Affairs Conference Room, 135F Thomas Boyd Hall
LSU Faculty Colloquium
January 13, 2023 | Lod Cook Alumni Center
Keynote Speaker: José Bowen
José Antonio Bowen has been leading innovation and change for over 35 years at Stanford, Georgetown, and the University of Southampton (UK), then as a dean at Miami University and SMU and as president of a USN&WR most innovative college until 2019. He now runs Bowen Innovation Group L.L.C., and does innovation, leadership, pedagogy and D&I consulting and training in both higher education and for Fortune 500 companies in the healthcare, energy, automotive, and telecom sectors.