Faculty Teaching, Evaluation, and Development SIG 42
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Faculty Teaching, Evaluation, and Development SIG 42
 
SIG Purpose
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To investigate, promote, and support research and development on college teaching and learning, issues related to faculty evaluation and development, and student ratings of teaching. 
 
 
Message from SIG Chair
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Dear SIG Members and Interested Parties,

The Special Interest Group on Faculty Teaching, Evaluation and Development (SIG-FTED) seeks to promote theory, research, and practice related to development, evaluation, and improvement of postsecondary teaching and research. SIG-FTED dates back to 1976 and has a rich history of impactful contributions by leading researchers in this field.

Our AERA sessions include symposia, paper sessions, roundtables, and posters. We also sponsor two prestigious awards that recognize scholarly contributions to the field of faculty teaching, evaluation, and/or development (W. J. McKeachie award for established scholars, Robert J. Menges award for new researchers). SIG-FTED encourages its members to recognize qualified colleagues for these awards. 

I welcome you to join our SIG, attend or present in our sessions, join us at meetings, volunteer as a reviewer, and join the leadership team in a service role. Please let me know if you are interested in joining FTED, or if you have ideas for new endeavors or initiatives.
 
Robert H. Stupnisky
Chair, Faculty Teaching, Evaluation and Development SIG
Robert.Stupnisky@und.edu
 
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