Time Management for Faculty

Posted on 11/5/2014 10:04:27 AM

Clear your calendar for the November Reflective Practice Large-Group Meeting at 3:30 p.m. on November 12 in the Susquehanna Room of the HUB.

Five faculty members who have been studying time management strategies for the past three years will share with us the general principles of time and task management in a realistic, down-to-earth fashion.

Tanya Heflin, Chris Kuipers, Gian Pagnucci, Todd Thompson, and Dan Weinstein have condensed the ideas of many published time management experts into an overall approach for managing multiple projects, tasks, and responsibilities. Come and learn about time management philosophies, and take away some practical how-to’s. Develop strategies for managing the growing pile of e-mails in your inbox. Participate in hands-on time management activities. 

Unfortunately, this presentation can’t give you more hours in the day, but it will help you to get more organized and maximize your productivity within the precious hours you already have.

RSVPs are not necessary.  

Yummy fall refreshments will be served!

This event is open to all faculty and teaching associates.

Center for Teaching Excellence