2024 Fall Professional Development Days

New Mexico Highlands University welcomes our new and current faculty to the 2024 – 2025 Academic Year Professional Development: Preparing Our Learning Spaces

This event will be hosted in-person on the Las Vegas campus in the Student Union Building and on Zoom.

August 7, 8, & 9, 2024

People seating at table eating
New Mexico Highlands University Employee Recognition Luncheon

Wednesday, August 7

  • New Faculty Orientation
  • On-boarding Services for New Faculty
  • New Tenure Track Dinner

Thursday, August 8

  • Welcome Back Breakfast
  • President’s Address
  • Mandatory Session 
  • Tenure & Promotion
  • Faculty Senate General & Faculty Association Meetings
  • NMHU Association Party

Friday, August 9

  • Keynote Presentation and Workshop
  • Concurrent Faculty Sessions

MISSION
The Center for Teaching Excellence serves the New Mexico Highlands University community by providing programming, resources and support for quality teaching and advising, and for the assessment of effective student learning.

NEWSLETTER
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SERVICES
The center works in collaboration with existing professional development opportunities such as ARMAS and the Learning Communities to maximize resources and expand reach to more faculty. The primary goal is to help teachers help students be more successful. Teachers receiving training include faculty, adjuncts, GTAs and staff who teach.

Booking Appointments with the CTE at tinyurl.com/ctebooking

For technical support contact the ITS Help Desk at:
Phone: 505-426-2215
EmailITSHelpDesk@nmhu.edu

New Mexico Highlands University Center for Teaching Excellence