Elijah Goodman

The Stetson Teacher-Scholar October 2021 Newsletter

The Stetson Teacher-Scholar, published by the Brown Center for Faculty Innovation and Excellence, is a monthly electronic newsletter that contains important updates about programming and other professional development opportunities for members of the Stetson teaching community. This month’s newsletter is the third of the fall semester and features: A Journey to Community Engaged Learning Faculty Spotlight A …

The Stetson Teacher-Scholar October 2021 Newsletter Read More »

Faculty Advisor Of The Year Goes ‘Above And Beyond’ For Students

For Mercedes Tichenor, PhD, good advising starts with “building relationships.” “That’s what I try to do with my students, whether I’m advising them for courses or advising them about career plans or even personal matters and issues,” said Tichenor, associate chair and professor of Education. “I think building that trust in that relationship is the …

Faculty Advisor Of The Year Goes ‘Above And Beyond’ For Students Read More »

Stetson Announces New Fall 2021 And Spring 2022 Courses

Working in a rapidly evolving world requires companies to have a system in place to adapt and meet clients’ and staff’s ever-changing needs and develop alternative ways to conduct business. Innovative leaders set the pace by encouraging and motivating employees to explore and generate ideas, products, and services in the workplace. They also foster growth …

Stetson Announces New Fall 2021 And Spring 2022 Courses Read More »

Faculty Spotlight #1 Webinar October 15th

The Brown Center invites you to our Faculty Spotlight on Friday, October 15th at 2:00 PM on Zoom. The spotlight series is a showcase of research, creative inquiry, and other scholarly engagement of the campus community. Stop by and learn about the research of our talented Stetson community!   Dr. Rachel Core- Associate Professor of Sociology & Department Chair  Department of Sociology and Anthropology  …

Faculty Spotlight #1 Webinar October 15th Read More »

Opportunities at the Nielsen Center for the Liberal Arts – Eckerd College

Eckerd College is in the process of launching the new Nielsen Center for the Liberal Arts at Eckerd College. The NCLA will have a national presence through its workshops for faculty at small liberal arts colleges. The NCLA will host its first national virtual conversation at 3.00 EDT, on Thursday, Sept 30, 2021, titled: “The Vocation of the Liberal Arts …

Opportunities at the Nielsen Center for the Liberal Arts – Eckerd College Read More »

The Stetson Teacher-Scholar September 2021 Newsletter

The Stetson Teacher-Scholar, published by the Brown Center for Faculty Innovation and Excellence, is a monthly electronic newsletter that contains important updates about programming and other professional development opportunities for members of the Stetson teaching community. This month’s newsletter is the second of the fall semester and features: Fall Semester is Underway Welcome to the Team Announcing …

The Stetson Teacher-Scholar September 2021 Newsletter Read More »

AY 2021-22 Summer Grants and Sabbaticals

The Professional Development Committee (PDC) is pleased to announce the opening of the application period for Stetson summer grants for summer 2022 and for sabbatical applications for the 2022-2023 school year.   Summer grant applications are due on 10/4/21 and sabbatical applications are due on 10/11/21.  In anticipation of these due dates, the PDC will …

AY 2021-22 Summer Grants and Sabbaticals Read More »

Zoom Error: 1001 “User does not Exist” Fix

When accessing Zoom through Canvas, you may receive the error “Warning User does not exist. Error Code 1001 – …” like the one shown below. Even though you can access Canvas and Zoom separately, the Zoom integration feature claims that the account doesn’t exist. This error code appears most commonly when you had a previous …

Zoom Error: 1001 “User does not Exist” Fix Read More »

An Open Letter from Sensei Morris Sullivan

Dear Colleagues:   As you know, Stetson University is committed to embracing diversity in its many forms. This includes supporting the religious and spiritual life of students of many different faith traditions.  We want to remind you of the religious holidays that students and faculty may be observing during the coming year, as well as the …

An Open Letter from Sensei Morris Sullivan Read More »