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2014–2015

2013–2014 [+]

Intro to Adobe Acrobat

Tuesday, June 3, 11:00 am
Presented by Zane Murray, Academic Resource Center

This is a basic overview for full-time faculty preparing reappointment review materials on how to use Adobe Acrobat to compile a PDF publication.

Tenure/Extended Employment and Post-probationary Review: Q + A

Friday, June 6, 10:00 am
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

Open Q + A forum for faculty preparing promotion or PPR dossiers for submission July 1, 2014.

RTA Faculty Reappointment: Q + A

Friday, June 6, 12:00 pm
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

Open Q + A forum for faculty preparing RTA reappointment portfolios for submission August 15, 2014.

Tenure/Extended Employment and Post-Probationary Review: The Dossier and Personal Narrative

Friday, April 25, 10:00 am
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee

This double-topic session is specifically for full-time faculty on the tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to provide guidance on how to present and organize dossier materials and on the Personal Narrative, a required component of the tenure review, EE review and post-probationary review dossiers.

RTA Faculty Reappointment: Preparing Your Materials

Friday, April 11, 11:30 am
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for renewable term (RTA) faculty scheduled for reappointment review next year, providing guidance on how to present and organize RTA reappointment materials.

RTA Faculty Reappointment: Preparing Your Materials

Tuesday, April 1, 12:00 pm
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for renewable term (RTA) faculty scheduled for reappointment review next year, providing guidance on how to present and organize RTA reappointment materials.

Tenure/Extended Employment and Post-Probationary Review: Constructing Your Dossier

Tuesday, March 18, 12:00 pm
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee

This session is specifically for full-time faculty on the tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to provide guidance on how to present and organize your dossier materials.

RTA Faculty Reappointment: The Personal Statement

Friday, March 14, 1:00 pm
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for renewable term (RTA) faculty scheduled for reappointment review next year, providing guidance in the preparation of the Personal Statement, a required component of the RTA reappointment materials.

Tenure/Extended Employment and Post-Probationary Review: The Personal Narrative

Friday, March 14, 11:30 am
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee

This session is specifically for full-time faculty on the tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to provide guidance on the Personal Narrative, a required component of the tenure review, EE review and post-probationary review dossiers.

Intro to Adobe Acrobat

Friday, March 14, 10:00 am
Presented by Zane Murray, Academic Resource Center

This is a basic workshop for full-time faculty preparing reappointment review materials on how to use Adobe Acrobat to compile a PDF publication.

RTA Faculty Reappointment: The Personal Statement

Tuesday, March 11, 12:00 pm
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for renewable term (RTA) faculty scheduled for reappointment review next year, providing guidance in the preparation of the Personal Statement, a required component of the RTA reappointment materials.

Tenure/Extended Employment and Post-Probationary Review: Constructing Your Dossier

Friday, March 7, 11:30 am
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee

This session is specifically for full-time faculty on the tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to provide guidance on how to present and organize your dossier materials.

Tenure/Extended Employment And Post-probationary Review: The Personal Narrative

Tuesday, March 4, 12:00 pm
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee

This session is specifically designed for full-time faculty on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to provide guidance on the Personal Narrative, a required component of the tenure review, EE review, and post-probationary review dossiers.

The Academic CV

Tuesday, February 25, 12:00 pm
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee and Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for full-time faculty to provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae (PDF) as part of the required submission for RTA reappointment review, post-probationary review, extended employment or tenure review, and rank promotion review.

The Academic CV

Friday, February 14, 11:30 am
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee and Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for full-time faculty to provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae (PDF) as part of the required submission for RTA reappointment review, post-probationary review, extended employment or tenure review, and rank promotion review.

RTA Faculty Reappointment: Overview

Tuesday, February 11, 12:00 pm
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for renewable term (RTA) and term faculty scheduled for reappointment review next year to learn about the process, timeline, and submission requirements (PDF).

Tenure/Extended Employment and Post-probationary Review Processes: Overview

Monday, February 10, 12:00 pm
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee and Office of Faculty Affairs

This information and discussion session is specifically designed for full-time faculty on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to review the promotion and post-probationary (PDF) review processes and timeline.

RTA Faculty Reappointment: Preparing Your Materials

November 20, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for renewable term (RTA) faculty scheduled for reappointment review next year, providing guidance on how to present and organize your reappointment reappointment materials.

Tenure/Extended Employment and Post-probationary Review: The Personal Narrative

November 13, 2013
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee and Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for full-time faculty on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to provide guidance on the Personal Narrative, a required component of the tenure review, EE review, and post-probationary review dossiers.

RTA Faculty Reappointment: The Personal Statement

November 12, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for renewable term (RTA) faculty scheduled for reappointment review next year, providing guidance in the preparation of the personal statement, a required component of the RTA reappointment materials.

Parsons Town Hall

November 12, 2013
Presented by Joel Towers, Executive Dean, Parsons

Parsons Town Halls are held each semester to provide information and take questions about Parsons' planning priorities and ongoing initiatives. The meetings are open to all full-time and part-time faculty and staff.

This meeting included general updates on enrollment, space planning, global initiatives, and ongoing development for the undergraduate curriculum. Presentation slides and audio from the meeting, as well as a video walkthrough of Parsons Paris, will be posted below.

The Academic CV

October 23, 2013
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee and Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is for full-time faculty to provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae as part of the required submission for RTA reappointment review, post-probationary review, extended employment or tenure review, and rank promotion review.

RTA Faculty Reappointment: Overview

October 18, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for renewable term (RTA) faculty scheduled for reappointment review next year to learn about the process, timeline, and submission requirements.

Overview of the Tenure/Extended Employment and Post-probationary Review Processes

October 16, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs and the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee

This information and discussion session is specifically designed for full-time faculty on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to review the review processes and timeline.

Full-time Faculty Promotion in Rank: Overview

October 11, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session provides an overview of the process and procedures for review of promotion in rank. Specifically, promotion from associate professor to full professor for RTA and tenured/EE faculty; promotion from instructor to assistant professor for RTA faculty; and promotion from assistant professor to associate professor for RTA faculty.

RTA Faculty Reappointment: Overview

October 7, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for renewable term (RTA) faculty scheduled for reappointment review next year to learn about the process, timeline, and submission requirements.

Overview of the Tenure/Extended Employment and Post-probationary Review Processes

September 30, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs and the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee

This information and discussion session is specifically designed for full-time faculty on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to review the review processes and timeline.

Part-time Faculty Professional Development Funds

September 24, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs: G. Best

This event will include a short presentation and Q&A on funds available to eligible Part-time Faculty through the Provost's Office (Faculty Research Fund, Academic Events Fund and Innovations in Education) and Parsons for Professional Development. The presentation will include examples of part-time faculty projects and presentations by Part-time Faculty who have received funds in the past.

Managing Your General Research Funds: Travel and Purchasing

September 24, 2013
Presented by the Office of Administration

This presentation will provide an overview of policy and procedures plus options for making purchases, booking travel, and preparing expense reports.

2012–2013 [+]

Promotion/PPR Preparation: General Q&A

June 12, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to review questions about the process, timeline, and submission materials.

Intro to Adobe Acrobat

June 11, 2013
Presented by Zane Murray, Manager of ARC

This is a basic workshop for Full-time faculty preparing reappointment review materials on how to use Adobe Acrobat to create electronic publications.

Term and RTA Faculty Reappointment Review: General Q&A

June 10, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for term faculty scheduled for reappointment to review questions the process, timeline, and submission materials.

Promotion/PPR Preparation Forum: Constructing Your Dossier

May 22, 2013
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee and Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to provide guidance on how to present and organize your promotion/PPR dossier materials.

Term and RTA Faculty Reappointment Forum: Preparing Your Materials

May 22, 2013
Presented by Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for term faculty to provide guidance on how to present and organize your reappointment materials.

Term and RTA Faculty Reappointment Forum: Preparing Your Materials

April 5, 2013
Presented by Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for term and RTA faculty to provide guidance on how to present and organize your reappointment materials.

PTF Professional Development Funds

April 2, 2013
Presented by Office of Faculty Affairs: Meredith Mullane

This event will include a short presentation and Q&A on funds available to eligible Part-time Faculty through the Provost's Office (Faculty Research Fund, Academic Events Fund and Innovations in Education) and Parsons for Professional Development. The presentation will include examples of part-time faculty projects and presentations by Part-time Faculty who have receive funds in the past.

Promotion/PPR Preparation Forum: Constructing Your Dossier

March 20, 2013
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee and Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to provide guidance on how to present and organize your promotion/PPR dossier materials.

Provost Office Event
Talking About Learning: “Making Space for Collaboration”

March 13, 2013
Presented by Scott Pobiner, Assistant Professor of Information Design and Management, School of Design Strategies

The proportion of students carrying mobile or personal computing devices on campus is quickly reaching saturation, forcing the classroom to compete with an increasing amount of information accessible through students' personal devices. The classroom remains a critical part of the learning infrastructure, but it must adapt to meet the needs and expectations of its users. This session challenges designers, technologists, and teachers to work together to reinvent the classroom as an interface for collaborative learning.

Parsons Town Hall

March 12, 2013
Presented by Joel Towers, Executive Dean, Parsons

Parsons Town Halls are held each semester to provide information and take questions about Parsons' planning priorities and ongoing initiatives. The meetings are open to all full-time and part-time faculty and staff.

This meeting focused primarily on space planning, with updates on the undergraduate curriculum and our global initiatives. Audio from this meeting is not available due to a technical issue. The four presentations from the meeting, however, are available for download as PDFs:

Term and RTA Faculty Reappointment Forum: The Personal Statement

March 11, 2013
Presented by Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for term and RTA faculty to provide guidance in the preparation of the Personal Statement, a required component of the term/RTA reappointment materials.

Promotion/PPR Preparation Forum: The Personal Narrative

March 8, 2013
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee and Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to provide guidance on the Personal Narrative, a required component of the Promotion and PPR dossier.

Intro to Adobe Acrobat

March 1, 2013
Presented by Zane Murray, Manager of the Academic Resource Center

This is a basic workshop for Full-time faculty preparing reappointment review materials on how to use Adobe Acrobat to create electronic publications.

Classroom Teaching: Grading And Assessing Course Learning with Rubrics

February 26, 2013
Facilitated by Carolyn Comiskey, Director of Assessment and Curricular Support

In this workshop, faculty will learn how to construct assignment rubrics and how to most effectively deploy rubrics. Open to New School faculty only.

Talking about Learning: Future Scenarios, Reflective Practice and 21st Century Learning

February 25, 2013
Presented by Lisa Grocott, Associate Professor, School of Art, Media, and Technology

This workshop will build on a research project that traces a line between reflective practices, 21st century competencies and the formative assessment of cross-curricular learning. This workshop will provide a generative, collaborative space for exploring strategies for integrating critical reflection into our everyday teaching to enhance students understanding of what they believe to be the graduate attributes of his or her New School education. Open to New School faculty only.

Term and RTA Faculty Reappointment Forum: The Academic CV

February 19, 2013
Presented by Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for term and RTA faculty to provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae as part of the preparation of materials for reappointment review.

Managing Your General Research Funds: Travel and Purchasing

February 13, 2013
Presented by the Office of Administration

This presentation will provide an overview of policy and procedures plus options for making purchases, booking travel, and preparing expense reports.

Promotion/PPR Preparation Forum: The Academic CV

February 11, 2013
Presented by the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee and Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae as part of the dossier for a post-probationary, extended employment, or tenure review.

Part-time Faculty Professional Development Funds

February 7, 2013
Presented by Office of Faculty Affairs: Meredith Mullane

This event will include a short presentation and Q&A on funds available to eligible Part-time Faculty through the Provost's Office (Faculty Research Fund, Academic Events Fund and Innovations in Education) and Parsons for Professional Development. The presentation will include examples of part-time faculty projects and presentations by Part-time Faculty who have receive funds in the past.

Term and RTA Faculty Reappointment Forum: Overview and Timeline

February 6, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for term and RTA faculty scheduled for reappointment, to review the process and timeline.

Post-probationary Review Preparation Forum: Overview and Timeline

February 5, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs and the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee

This session is specifically designed for Post-probationary Review candidates on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to review the process and timeline.

Library Resources for Faculty: Our new website and catalog

February 4, 2013
Presented by Jennifer Yao, Reference & Instruction Librarian, The New School Libraries & Archives, Lindsay Pealer, Manager of Reserves Processing & Copyright Compliance

This workshop will cover: How to find out more about library services for faculty. Tour our newly redesigned website which came online in January 2013 and see how it integrates with the library catalog. Familiarize yourself with digital research materials in order to support the integration of student information literary in your curriculum. Speak directly with our Resources Manager.

Promotion Review Preparation: Overview and Timeline

February 1, 2013
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs and the Parsons Advancement, Promotion and Tenure Committee

This workshop is specifically designed for Promotion candidates on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to review the process and timeline.

FREE Webinar: Difficult Dialogues on Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation

November 29, 2012
Presented by the Office of the Provost

This webinar is open to all faculty who are interested in how to carefully handle difficult dialogues on race, gender, and sexual orientation. During this session, guest lecturer, Derald Wing Sue will share strategies on how to constructively facilitate and engage students in difficult dialogues on race, gender, and sexual orientation.

Term Faculty Reappointment Workshop: Preparing Your Materials

November 28, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for term faculty to provide guidance on how to present and organize your reappointment materials.

All-Faculty Meeting

November 20, 2012
Presented by the Joel Towers, Executive Dean, Parsons

Open to all full-time and part-time faculty members at Parsons. Topic of discussion will include brief updates on the undergraduate curriculum and global initiatives. President David Van Zandt and Provost Tim Marshall will join this meeting to discuss Parsons' role in their strategic vision for The New School.

Available below are the CUE presentation slides from the meeting. An audio recording of the meeting will also be posted shortly.

  • Presentation slides: CUE (PDF)
  • Parsons All-Faculty Meeting 11.20.12 (MP3)

Term Faculty Reappointment Workshop: The Personal Statement

November 13, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for term faculty to provide guidance in the preparation of the Personal Statement, a required component of the term reappointment materials.

Promotion /PPR Preparation Workshop: The Personal Narrative

November 5, 2012
Facilitated by Anthony Aziz, Hazel Clark, and Erin Cho, members of the Parsons Advancement, Promotion, and Tenure Committee; and the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to provide guidance on the Personal Narrative, a required component of the Promotion and PPR.

Technology Tutoring for Faculty: Introduction to Final Cut Pro

November 5, 2012
Presented by the Office of the Provost

Open to all faculty members who want to incorporate more technology into their teaching by offering workshops and individual tutoring sessions led by Design +Technology graduate students.

Term Faculty Reappointment Workshop: The Academic CV

October 26, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for term faculty to provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae as part of the preparation of materials for reappointment review.

Promotion/PPR Preparation Workshop: The Academic CV

October 24, 2012
Facilitated by Carlos Teixeira, Colleen Macklin, and Shelley Fox, members of the Parsons Advancement, Promotion, and Tenure Committee; and the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae as part of the dossier for a post-probationary, extended employment, or tenure review.

Promotion Review Preparation Workshop: Overview and Timeline

October 23, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This workshop is specifically designed for Promotion candidates on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to review the process and timeline.

Technology Tutoring for Faculty: Adobe Illustrator 1 and 2 for Intermediate

October 19, 2012
Presented by the Office of the Provost

Open to all faculty members who want to incorporate more technology into their teaching by offering workshops and individual tutoring sessions led by Design +Technology graduate students.

Technology Tutoring for Faculty: Adobe Photoshop 1 and 2 for Intermediate

October 12, 2012
Presented by the Office of the Provost

Open to all faculty members who want to incorporate more technology into their teaching by offering workshops and individual tutoring sessions led by Design+Technology graduate students.

Term Faculty Reappointment Workshop: Overview and Timeline

October 8, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for term faculty scheduled for reappointment, to review the process and timeline.

Technology Tutoring for Faculty: iMovie and Video Editing: An Introduction

October 8, 3012
Presented by the Office of the Provost

Open to all faculty members who want to incorporate more technology into their teaching by offering workshops and individual tutoring sessions led by Design+Technology graduate students.

Technology Tutoring for Faculty: Adobe Illustrator 1 and 2 for Beginners

September 5, 2012
Presented by the Office of the Provost

This session open to all faculty members who want to incorporate more technology into their teaching by offering workshops and individual tutoring sessions led by Design + Technology graduate students.

Post-probationary Review Preparation Workshop: Overview and Timeline

September 5, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs

This session is specifically designed for Post-probationary Review candidates on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to review the process and timeline.

Student Success Network Training

September 28, 2012
Hosted by Antoinette Curl

This training will provide hands-on support and brief demo of the Student Success Network and offer assistance posting office hours, recording attendance, learning how to refer students to University resources, and flagging issues individual students may be having that require attentions.

Technology Tutoring for Faculty: Adobe Photoshop 1 and 2

September 28, 2012
Presented by the Office of the Provost

This workshop is open to all faculty members who want to incorporate more technology into their teaching by offering workshops and individual tutoring sessions led by Design + Technology graduate students.

Managing Your General Research Funds: Travel and Purchasing

September 25, 2012
Hosted by the Office of Administration

This presentation will provide an overview of policy and procedures plus options for making purchases, booking travel, and preparing expense reports.

Parsons All-Faculty Meeting

September 25, 2012
Presented by Joel Towers, Executive Dean, Parsons

This meeting is open to all full-time and part-time faculty members and will provide updates on the work of the Committee on Undergraduate Education (CUE), including upcoming workshops opportunities; development of AAS and MPS programs; and other issues such as global initiatives.

Available below are the audio recording and presentation slides from the meeting:

Teaching Lab

Thursdays, beginning September 20, 2012
Hosted by Julia Dault

An informal weekly drop-in session for all Parsons instructors to talk shop, share assignment ideas, discuss learning outcomes, swap classroom management strategies, hone skills and meet their peers.

Student Success Network Training

September 18-19, 2012
Hosted by Antoinette Curl

This training will provide hands-on support and a brief demo of the Student Success Network and offer assistance posting office hours, recording attendance, learning how to refer students to University resources, and flagging issues individual students may be having that require attention.

Instructional Policies and Resources

September 17, 2012
Presented by Juli Parker, Pam Klein, Kelly Grossi, Jeannie Kahaney, and Julia Dault

This informal (for new instructors) and refresher (for returning instructors) session on Parsons' grading, attendance, academic integrity and safety policies will be addressed.

2011–2012 [+]

Promotion/PPR Preparation Workshop: General Q&A

May 21, 2012
Presented by David Brody and members of the APT committee

This session is specifically for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to review the process, timeline and submission materials.

Term Faculty Reappointment Workshop: Preparing Your Materials

May 2, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs: N. Bourgeois/S. Chon

This session is specifically for term faculty to provide guidance on how to present and organize your reappointment materials.

CANCELLED - Online Annual Performance Evaluation Form

April 24, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs: S. Chon

This session, open to all full-time faculty, will walk through the University's web-based system for submitting their annual workload self-report, a mandatory component of the annual performance evaluations of full-time faculty.

Part-time Faculty Professional Development Fund Application Process and Overview

April 18, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs: Meredith Mullane

This event will include a short presentation and Q&A on funds available to eligible Part-time Faculty through the Provost's Office (Faculty Research Fund, Academic Events Fund and Innovations in Education) and Parsons for Professional Development. The presentation will include examples of part-time faculty projects and presentations by Part-time Faculty who received funding in 2010/2011 or earlier in 2011/2012.

Parsons All-Faculty Meeting

April 17, 2012
Presented by Joel Towers, Executive Dean, Parsons

All-faculty meetings are presented by the Dean's Office twice a semester and are open to all full-time and part-time faculty members at Parsons. This meeting provided a number of updates, on topics including faculty elections, space planning, curriculum workshops, and global initiatives.

Available below are the audio recording and presentation slides from the meeting:

  • Presentation Slides (PDF)
  • Parsons All-Faculty Meeting 04.17.2012 (MP3)

Term Faculty Reappointment Workshop: The Personal Statement

April 16, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs: N. Bourgeois/S. Chon

This session is specifically for term faculty to provide guidance in the preparation of the Personal Statement, a required component of the term reappointment materials.

Promotion/PPR Preparation Workshop: The Personal Narrative

April 13, 2012
Presented by David Carroll, Robert Kirkbride, and members of the APT committee

This session is specifically for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to provide guidance on the Personal Narrative, a required component of the Promotion and PPR dossier.

Promotion/PPR Preparation Workshop: Constructing Your Dossier

April 4, 2012
Presented by David Carroll and members of the APT committee

This session is specifically for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to provide guidance on how to present and organize your promotion/PPR dossier materials.

Intro to Adobe Acrobat Workshop

March 19, 2012
Presented by Zane Murray, Manager, Academic Resource Center

This is a basic workshop on how to use Adobe Acrobat to create electronic publications.

Term Faculty Reappointment Workshop: The Academic CV

March 2, 2012
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs: Nadine Bourgeois and Soo Chon

This session is specifically for term faculty to provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae as part of the preparation of materials for reappointment review.

Parsons All-Faculty Meeting

February 14, 2012
Presented by Joel Towers, Executive Dean, Parsons

All-faculty meetings are presented by the Dean's Office twice a semester and are open to all full-time and part-time faculty members at Parsons. This meeting included brief presentations regarding the new undergraduate curriculum and this year's Parsons Festival, as well as other general updates.

Available below are the audio recording and presentation slides from the meeting:

Promotion/PPR Preparation Workshop: The Academic CV

January 30, 2012
Presented by members of the APT committee

This session is specifically designed for Promotion and Post-probationary Review candidates to provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae as part of the dossier for a post-probationary, extended employment, or tenure review.

CANCELLED - WordPress 101: Workshop

January 26, 2012
Presented by Cecilia Elguero, PTF, Academic Resource Center
Room G529 - 80 Fifth Avenue

This presentation will provide an overview on how to use WordPress software to facilitate the process of making learning materials available to student online.

This workshop will guide faculty on how to post readings, images, videos using WordPress websites/blogs as well as how to give and receive feedback from students. Q&A session will follow. Open to faculty only.

Part-time Faculty Professional Development Fund Application Process Overview

October 11, 2011
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs: Meredith Mullane

This presentation will address the guidelines for the Part-time Faculty professional development fund as well as feature a few PTF who received funding in AY 2010-2011.

Term Faculty Reappointment Workshop: Overview and Timeline

October 10, 2011
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs: Nadine Bourgeois/Soo Chon

This session is specifically designed for term faculty scheduled for reappointment, to review the process and timeline.

Post-probationary Review Preparation Workshop: Overview and Timeline

October 7, 2011
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs: Nadine Bourgeois/Soo Chon; Anthony Aziz, and APT chair, Aaron Fry

This session is specifically designed for PPR candidates on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to review the process and timeline.

Promotion Review Preparation Workshop: Overview and Timeline

October 5, 2011
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs: Nadine Bourgeois, Soo Chon, David Lewis, and APT chair, Aaron Fry

This workshop is specifically designed for Promotion candidates on tenure or extended employment tracks (any year) to review the process and timeline.

Parsons All-Faculty Meeting

September 27, 2011
Presented by Joel Towers, Executive Dean, Parsons

Please visit the CUE page to review the presentation and audio recording from this meeting, which focused on the development of the undergraduate curriculum: www.newschool.edu/parsons/cue

Managing Your General Research Funds: Travel and Purchasing

September 22, 2011
Presented by the Office of Administration: Mil Ruiz

This presentation will provide an overview of policy and procedures plus options for making purchases, booking travel, and preparing expense reports.

Parsons Faculty and Staff Welcome Back Meeting & Reception

August 24, 2011
Presented by the Dean's Office

See distributed Informational Packet, which includes announcements of promotions and leadership appointments, new faculty bios and other events.

To download, right click and "save as" or 'save target" to your computer.

  • Welcome Back 2011 Information Packet (PDF)

2010–2011 [+]

Job Talk - Instructor/Assistant Professor of Fashion Design

May 10, 2011
Presented by Sarah Kozlowski

Term Faculty Workshop: Reappointment Overview

May 6, 2011
Presented by Nadine Bourgeois and Soo Chon

This workshop is specifically for term faculty scheduled for reappointment overview to review the process and timeleine.

Job Talk - Instructor/Assistant Professor of Fashion Design

May 6, 2011
Presented by Julian Roberts

Job Talk - Instructor/Assistant Professor of Fashion Design

May 6, 2011
Presented by Denis Antonie

Job Talk - Instructor/Assistant Professor of Fashion Design

May 4, 2011
Presented by Gary Harvey

Job Talk - Instructor/Assistant Professor of Fashion Design

May 4, 2011
Presented by Caroline Priebe

2010-11 FTF Annual Review Forum

April 29, 2011
Presented by Nadine Bourgeois, Soo Chon and the Office of Faculty Affairs

This is repeated forum that will present a basic demonstration of the University's new Faculty Self Report and Annual Review Workshop.

Job Talk - Assistant Professor of Communication Design

April 25, 2011
Presented by Pascal Glissmann

Grantseeking 103: Grants Management Matters

April 25, 2011
Presented by the Office of Institutional Giving: Charlie Finlay and team

This presentation will address: The importance of grants management; Compliance issues; Planning for success; Post-award activities including reporting, spend-down and deliverables; Tips for managing your grant; Modifying grant terms; Budget reporting; Creating a compelling report narrative; requesting renewals; and navigating the internal authorization process. Q&A session will follow.

Parsons Full Faculty Meeting

April 26, 2011
Presented by Joel Towers, Dean, Parsons; capital planning presentation by Michael Joy, Director of Space Planning, The New School

This is the second full faculty meeting of the semester, open to all Parsons full-time and part-time faculty members. The meeting will cover updates regarding capital planning and curricular changes at Parsons, including ongoing work on the new undergraduate curriculum and university bell schedule.

Available below are the audio files and capital planning presentation from the April 26 meeting.

Job Talk - Assistant Professor of Communication Design

April 26, 2011
Presented by Christopher Moore

Faculty Development Workshop: Assessing for Learning Outcomes

April 21, 2011
Presented by Lisa DeBenedittis, Associate Dean for Curriculum + Instruction, Parsons Deans Office

Faculty Development Workshop: Assessing for Learning Outcomes

April 20, 2011
Presented by Lisa DeBenedittis, Associate Dean for Curriculum + Instruction, Parsons Deans Office

Dossier and Portfolio Preparation: Intro to Adobe Acrobat (PDF)

April 19, 2011
Presented by Instructor, Anne Finkelstein

This is a basic workshop on how to use Adobe Acrobat to create electronic publications. Open to all current and future candidates for Promotions and PPR review. This workshop will be repeated on June 8th.

Faculty Development Workshop: Assessing for Learning Outcomes

April 19, 2011
Presented by Lisa DeBenedittis, Associate Dean for Curriculum + Instruction, Parsons Deans Office

This workshop will address: How do we assess student learning against the outcomes we've set out in our syllabi? The purpose of this workshop is three-fold. It is to understand: 1) the relationship between learning outcomes and assessment; 2) the variety of ways to assess student learning; 3) how we establish methods and moments of assessment when we develop our course syllabi. All workshops in this series are the same and will be repeated again on April 20th and 21st. A future series will be offered on syllabus-writing later in the spring.

Term Faculty Workshop: The Personal Statement

April 12, 2011
Presented by Nadine Bourgeois and Soo Chon

This is a focused session on the personal narrative which is a required part of the term reappointment process. This workshop will be repeated on May 26.

Job Talk - Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies, ADHT

April 12, 2011
Presented by Jose F. Blanco, Assistant Professor, University of Georgia, College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Job Talk - Associate Professor of Photography

April 11, 2011
Presented by Becca Albee

Job Talk - Associate Dean of Parsons, Dean of ADHT

April 8, 2011
Presented by Joanna Merwood-Salisbury, Assistant Professor and Director of Academic Affairs, School of Art, Media and Technology, Parsons

Promotion and PPR Preparation Workshop: The Personal Narrative

April 8, 2011
Presented by Sarah Lawrence, Chair of APT, and other APT members

This is a focused session on the personal narrative, which is a requirement in the PPR and Promotion dossier, open to all current and future candidates for PPR and Promotion review.

Job Talk - Assistant Professor of Communication Design

April 8, 2011
Presented by Ted Byfield, Assistant Professor, Parsons The New School for Design, AMT

Job Talk - Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies, ADHT

April 7, 2011
Presented by Madison Moore, Doctoral Candidate, Yale University, Department of American Studies

Term Faculty Workshop: The Academic CV

April 6, 2011
Presented by Nadine Bourgeois and Soo Chon

This workshop will provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae, as part of the preparation of materials for reappointment review.

Job Talk - Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies, ADHT

April 6, 2011
Presented by Francesca Granata, Part-Time Lecturer, New York

Job Talk - Assoc/Full Professor in Design Studies, ADHT

April 4, 2011
Presented by Dr. Yuko Kikuchi

Term Faculty Workshop: Reappointment Overview

April 1, 2011
Presented by Nadine Bourgeois and Soo Chon

This workshop is specifically for term faculty scheduled for reappointment to review the process and timeline.

Job Talk - Assoc/Full Professor in Design Studies, ADHT

April 1, 2011
Presented by Dr. Viviana Narotzky

2010-11 FTF Annual Review Forum

March 30, 2011
Presented by Nadine Bourgeois, Soo Chon and the Office of Faculty Affairs

This forum will present a basic demonstration of the University's new Faculty Self-Report and Annual Review Website.

Job Talk - Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies, ADHT

March 30, 2011
Presented by Christina Moon, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Parsons, ADHT

Job Talk - Assoc/Full Professor in Design Studies, ADHT

March 28, 2011
Presented by John B. Wood

2010-11 FTF Annual Review Forum

March 25, 2011
Presented by Nadine Bourgeois, Soo Chon, and the Office of Faculty Affairs

This forum will present a basic demonstration of the University's new Faculty Self-Report and Annual Review Website. This forum will be repeated on March 30.

2010-11 FTF Annual Review Forum

March 11, 2011
Presented by Nadine Bourgeois, Soo Chon and the Office of Faculty Affairs

This forum will present a basic demonstration of the University's new Faculty Self-Report and Annual Review Website. This forum will be repeated on March 25 and March 30.

Grantseeking 102: Successful Proposal Writing

March 4, 2011
Presented by the Office of Institutional Giving: Charlie Finlay and team

This presentation will address: How to get started; The Letter of Inquiry (LOI); Essential ingredients of a successful proposal: Writing a compelling proposal; Quantifying your financial needs with a proposed budget; Tips to get your proposal funded; Resources available to you at the New School and beyond; and examples of recent successful LANG and Parsons proposals.

Job Talk: Asst. Prof. of Integrated Design

March 1, 2011
Presented by Otto von Busch

Job Talk: Asst. Prof. of Integrated Design

March 1, 2011
Presented by Laura Sansone

Job Talk: Assoc. Prof. of Strategic Management and Design

March 3, 2011
Presented by Christian Schneider

Parsons Full Faculty Meeting

February 22, 2011
Presented by Joel Towers, Dean, Parsons

This is the first of two meetings this semester that is open to all full-time and part-time faculty members. It will focus on establishing the academic goals and priorities at Parsons, both as a division of The New School and in each of the five schools within Parsons—the School of Art, and Design History and Theory, the School of Art, Media and Technology; the School of Constructed Environments, the School of Design Strategies, and the School of Fashion.

Dean Joel Towers will open the meeting with a summary of an initial draft of the Parsons Academic and Strategic Plan. The school deans will then present the main objectives of their respective schools in the context of Parsons' broader academic vision.

Available below are the audio files and presentations from the Full Faculty Meeting on February 22. To download, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

Promotion Preparation Workshop: The Academic CV

February 19, 2011
Presented by Sarah Lawrence, chair of APT, and other APT members

This workshop will provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae, as part of the dossier for a PPR, Extended Employment, or Tenure review. This presentation will also cover issues of format, content, and strategy that will allow you to most effectively and responsibly convey your career history.

Grantseeking 101: Identifying Potential Funders

February 14, 2011
Presented by the Office of Institutional Giving: Charlie Finlay and team

This presentation will address: Where to find funding; How to describe your project; Strategic approaches to funders; Resources available to you at the New School and beyond; and examples of successful Parsons prospecting and funded projects.

Learning Outcomes Workshop for Fashion Faculty: Setting and Assessing Learning Outcomes

February 10, 2011
Presented by Lisa DeBenedittis, Associate Dean for Curriculum & Instruction

This presentation will address: How do we assess student learning against the outcomes we've set out in our syllabi? The purpose of this workshop is three-fold. It is to understand: 1) The relationship between learning outcomes and assessment; 2) How to establish clear and appropriate learning outcomes; and 3) The variety of ways to assess student learning. This workshop aims to provide a common platform for a discussion of learning outcomes and assessment amongst the Fashion faculty.

Learning Outcomes Workshop for Fashion Faculty: Setting and Assessing Learning Outcomes

February 8, 2011
Presented by Lisa DeBenedittis, Associate Dean for Curriculum & Instruction

This presentation will address: How do we assess student learning against the outcomes we've set out in our syllabi? The purpose of this workshop is three-fold.
It is to understand: 1) The relationship between learning outcomes and assessment; 2) How to establish clear and appropriate learning outcomes; and 3) The variety of ways to assess student learning. This workshop aims to provide a common platform for a discussion of learning outcomes and assessment amongst the Fashion faculty.

PPR Preparation Workshop: Overview and Timeline

February 4, 2011
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs, Nadine Bourgeois and Sarah Lawrence, chair of APT (Advancement, Promotion, and Tenure Committee)

This workshop is specifically for Promotion candidates (any year) to review the process and timeline.

Promotion Preparation Workshop: Overview and Timeline

January 28, 2011
Presented by the Office of Faculty Affairs, Nadine Bourgeois and Sarah Lawrence, chair of APT (Advancement, Promotion, and Tenure Committee)

This workshop will provide guidance in the preparation of academic curriculum vitae, as part of the dossier for a PPR, Extended Employment, or Tenure review. This presentation will cover issues of format, content, and strategy that will allow you to most effectively and responsibly convey your career history.

Listed below are the 1112 PPR Review, Promotions Review Instructions and Dossier Guidelines for 2010-11.

To download, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

Promotion Preparation Workshop: The Academic CV

January 20, 2011
Presented by Sarah Lawrence, chair of APT, and other APT members

This workshop will provide guidance in the preparation of an academic curriculum vitae, as part of the dossier for a PPR, Extended Employment , or Tenure review. This presentation will cover issues of format, content, strategy that will allow you to most effectively and responsibly convey your career history.

Listed below are CAA Recommended CV Guidelines for Art Historians and Visual Artists which will be discussed.

To download, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

Grantseeking 102: Successful Proposal Writing

December 10, 2010
Presented by the Office of Institutional Giving: Charlie Finlay and team

This is an extremely helpful forum for faculty who are planning on writing proposals for support. This presentation will address: How to get started; The Letter of Inquiry (LOI); Essential ingredients of a successful proposal: Writing a compelling proposal; Quantifying your financial needs with a proposed budget; Tips to get your proposal funded; Resources available to you at The New School and beyond; and examples of successful LANG and Parsons proposals. Q&A session will follow.

To download powerpoint presentation, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

Parsons Faculty Meeting

December 10, 2010
Presented by Joel Towers, Dean, Parsons

This is the second meeting this semester. This meeting focused on the topic of the PhD program development that is open to all Full-time and Part-time faculty members.

To download audio file, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

Promotion & PPR Preparation Workshop: The Personal Narrative

November 30, 2010
Presented by the Advancement, Promotion, and Tenure Committee (APT): Sarah Lawrence, Chair of APT and other APT members

This workshop will focus on the Personal Narrative, which is a requirement in the PPR and Promotion dossier, open to all current and future candidates for PPR and Promotion review.

Adobe Acrobat Workshop

November 19, 2010
Presented by Anne Finkelstein

This is a basic workshop on how to use Adobe Acrobat to create electronic publications. This workshop will be offered in the spring and early summer. Open to all current and future candidates for PPR and Promotion review.

Grantseeking 102: Successful Proposal Writing

November 12, 2010
Presented by the Office of Institutional Giving: Charlie Finlay and team

This presentation will address: The Letter of Inquiry (LOI); Essential ingredients of a successful proposal: Writing a compelling proposal; Quantifying your financial needs with a proposed budget; Tips to get your proposal funded; Resources available to you at the New School and beyond; and examples of recent successful Parsons proposals. Q&A session will follow. This is the second in a three part series on grantseeking this fall.

DataMyne Workshop

November 4, 2010
Presented by project co-directors Jess Irish, Director of Academic Affairs, AMT, and Jane Pirone, Director of BFA Communication Design

This workshop is specifically designed to present and discuss the current and future directions of DataMyne, show faculty how to maximize their engagement and solicit feedback.

Post-Probationary Review (PPR) Preparation Workshop: Overview and Timeline

October 27, 2010
Presented by the Advancement, Promotion, and Tenure Committee (APT) and Office of Faculty Affairs: Sarah Lawrence, Chair of APT, and other APT members along with Nadine Bourgeois.

This workshop is specifically designed for post-probationary review candidates to review the process and timeline. Any current or future PPR candidates are encouraged to attend.

To download, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

Promotion Preparation Workshop: Overview and Timeline

October 15, 2010
Presented by the Advancement, Promotion, and Tenure Committee (APT) and Office of Faculty Affairs: David Lewis and Anthony Aziz, APT members

This workshop is specifically designed for Promotion candidates to review the process and timeline. Any candidates who have completed the post-probationary review process are encouraged to attend.

See distributed material on Administrative Timeline on Faculty Reviews for 2010-2011. To download, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

Parsons Full Faculty Meeting

October 1, 2010
Presented by Joel Towers, Dean, Parsons

This is the first of two meetings this semester addressing academic initiatives, curricular review, new research labs and evolving school leadership at Parsons.

To download audio file, click "save as" or "save target" on your computer.

Grantseeking 101: Identifying Potential Funders Forum

September 17, 2010
Presented by the Office of Institutional Giving: Charlie Finlay and team

This presentation will address: Where to find funding; How to describe your project; Strategic approaches to funders; Resources available to you at the New School and beyond; and examples of successful Parsons prospecting and funded projects. Q&A will follow. It is the first in a three part series on grantseeking this fall.

To download audio file, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

  • Grantseeking 101: Identifying Potential Funder on 09.17. 2010 (MP3)

Managing General Research Funds Forum
August 27, 2010

This forum provides an overview of resources available to support faculty travel planning and the process for reimbursement.

To download audio file, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

Parsons Welcome Back Reception

August 27, 2010

See distributed Informational Packet, which includes announcements of promotions and leadership appointments, new faculty bios and other events.

To download, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

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Student Assistant Fund Forum

April 30, 2010

To download Audio file, right click and "save as" or "save target" to your computer.

Grantseeking 101: Grants Management Matters

April 12, 2010
Presented by the Office of Institutional Giving

This presentation will address: The importance of grants management; Compliance issues; Planning for success; Post-award activities including reporting, spend-down and deliverables; Tips for managing your grant; Modifying grant terms; Budget reporting; Creating a compelling report narrative; requesting renewals; and navigating the internal authorization process. Q&A session will follow.

Grantseeking 101: Successful Proposal Writing

March 25, 2010
Presented by the Office of Institutional Giving

This presentation will address: The Letter of Inquiry (LOI); Essential ingredients of a successful proposal; Writing a compelling proposal; Quantifying your financial needs with a proposed budget; Tips to get your proposal funded; Resources available to you at the New School and beyond; and examples of recent successful Parsons proposals. Q&A session will follow.

Grant-Seeking Forum: Identifying Potential Funders

October 12, 2009
Presented by the Office of Institutional Giving

This presentation will address: The Letter of Inquiry (LOI); Essential ingredients of a successful proposal; Writing a compelling proposal; Quantifying your financial needs with a proposed budget; Tips to get your proposal funded; Resources available to you at the New School and beyond; and examples of recent successful Parsons proposals. Q&A session will follow.


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