Faculty and Staff

Calendar of Activities

Spring 2017

May  2017


  Honors 201: Engaging the Honors Learner through Research


Honors 201 explores resources and strategies that help to develop student engagement and spark student interest through undergraduate research activities. Developing research skills and promoting the undergraduate experience with disciplinary research are essential to the Reynolds Honors Program. Honors 201 highlights theories and best practices for establishing foundational knowledge in academic research, guiding students through disciplinary research practices, supporting collaborative peer engagement, and promoting professional outcomes such as student presentations, poster sessions, and possible publications. 

Target Audience: Faculty who have completed Honors 101 and 102 are invited to attend this workshop for ongoing professional development in Honors.

Professional development credits provided.


Anne Harper Charity Hudley, William and Mary Scholars Undergraduate Research Experience (Guest Speaker)

Ashley Bourne-Richardson, Faculty Coordinator, Honors Program

Date & Time Thursday, May 11, 2017; 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. (a light lunch will be provided)
Location Room 220, Massey Library Technology Center, Parham Road Campus
Registration Information Registration Form

CFE Workshops offered on Faculty Professional Development Day (Wednesday, May 10)

Registration and additional information located here

  CFE 210: Reading in the Disciplines - Nurturing Disciplined Readers. 9:00 - 11:45 a.m., Room 202, Burnette Hall
  CFE 220: Assessment Matters. 10:30 - 11:45 a.m., Room 259, Burnette Hall
  CFE 110: Media in the Classroom. 3:00 - 4:15 p.m., Room 259, Burnette Hall

Additional CFE-Related Workshops:

Introducing the new Reynolds Syllabus Architect1:30 - 2:45 p.m., Room 103, Burnette Hall

Student Learning & Assessment: A Reynolds Faculty Expo: 3:00 - 4:15 p.m., Room 103, Burnette Hall

  June 2017


Honors 102: Best Practices in Teaching & Learning within Honors


This workshop targets the best practices of teaching and learning within an academically rigorous context in higher education. The workshop content focuses especially on the four pillars of Honors at Reynolds:  the development of students’ critical thinking skills, an introduction to interdisciplinary learning, the fostering of disciplinary undergraduate research, and the development of student engagement both within the classroom and with the broader communities beyond the classroom. Faculty participants will engage in the development of interdisciplinary approaches for their specific Honors courses. Participants will be asked to complete an activity for review following the end of the workshop. The workshop will be taught first as a 3-hour face to face session; it will be developed further as an online option to be delivered through Blackboard.

Target Audience: All Reynolds faculty (full-time and part-time) who are interested in teaching in Honors

Professional development credits provided. 
Facilitator(s) Ashley Bourne-Richardson, Faculty Coordinator, Honors Program  
Date & Time Friday, June 2, 2017; 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Location Room 218, Massey Library Technology Center, Parham Road Campus
Registration Information Registration Form