Faculty Development

 Spring 2016 Faculty Development Week

Faculty Development Week

Spring 2016

January 11-16, 2016


Greetings, Faculty and Staff:


Faculty Development Week for spring 2016 is January 11-16. Please check the links below an hour before your workshop for any schedule/workshop updates. Best wishes for a successful semester! 

Spring 2016 Orientation Week Schedule (PDF)

Letter from the Office of Faculty Development (PDF)

Transcript Information (PDF)

Faculty Coordinators Meetings (PDF)

New Faculty Program - Tuesday (PDF)

Critical Thinking Workshops - Wednesday (PDF)

Tenure Workshops - Tuesday (PDF)

Monday - January 11 (PDF)

Tuesday - January 12 (PDF)

Wednesday - January 13 (PDF)

Thursday - January 14 (PDF)

Saturday - January 16 (PDF)

Division & Discipline Meetings - January 14 (PDF)

District-wide Discipline Meetings (PDF)


Please contact the Faculty Development Office at 831-2201 should you have questions. Have a wonderful semester!



Workshops presented/attended before or after Faculty Development week cannot substitute for required attendance at two workshops for full-time faculty and one for adjunct faculty during Faculty Development Week. Such workshops will be granted faculty development credit, if they meet one or more of the Coordinating Board (CB) descriptions for credit, as ongoing workshops for Fall 2015/Spring 2016.


 On-Going Workshops

On-Going Faculty Development Workshop(s) available to all employees:



*In order to receive Faculty Development credit for your workshop, please allow at least 2-3 weeks advance notice.  Email your form for approval to Ruth Vise, rvise@epcc.edu; and Ana Resendez, anar@epcc.edu.  For questions, please contact Ruth Vise at ext. 8841.

 Information for New Faculty

To familiarize new faculty with the College, its mission and goals, instructional and student resources, and services available.

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 Faculty Leaves

Due to economic budget constraints, ALL leaves have been suspended until further notice.


Proposals may be submitted for externships, special projects and educational leaves for one to two semesters.

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 Mini Grants and Guest Lecture

Provide faculty with guidelines for processing and implementing short-term faculty professional development projects or guest lectures.

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Faculty Newsletter March 2016.pdf
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November 2015 Faculty Newsletter.pdf
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 27th Annual Southwest Seminar

27th Southwest Seminar for Great Teaching

October 29 - October 31, 2015

Inn and Spa at Loretto Santa Fe, NM


"Exploring Today's Teaching Challenges"


This Southwest Seminar for Great Teaching is based on the premise that college faculty are a rich resource that needs to be tapped via a format which encourages learning from each other. The Southwest Seminar for Great Teaching takes a participant-centered focus that allows those in attendance to determine much of the content. Thus, unlike traditional conferences, there are few presenter lead sessions. Instead, the participants are actively involved in each session in that they are asked to reflect upon their experiences and contribute their ideas to the topic at hand.


Register for the Seminar by October 9, 2015 (MS Word)

Southwest Seminar brochure (PDF)

Credit Card Payment Form (MS Word)


Email your registration form to AnaR@epcc.edu or mail to:


El Paso Community College

ATTN: Faculty Development Office

P.O. Box 20500

El Paso, Texas 79998-0500

Office: (915) 831-2201

Fax: (915) 831-2738


DATES: October 29-31, 2015

The seminar will open with an orientation session and dinner on the evening of the 29th. On Friday, October 30th, breakfast will be provided followed by morning sessions and a luncheon at 12:15 p.m. Participants will have the afternoon off as free time to explore the Santa Fe area. At 7 p.m. we will reconvene to finalize the Saturday morning participant created sessions followed by dinner. On Saturday, October 31st, breakfast will be provided followed by morning sessions until noon.


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 Contact Us

Ana Resendez

Administrative Associate


anar@epcc.edu and aestrad9@epcc.edu

Jackelyn De La Cruz




The Faculty Development office is located at:

Valle Verde Campus

Room A2419

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 Faculty Development Booklets

Spring 2016.pdfSpring 2016
Fall 2015.pdfFall 2015
Fall 2013.pdfFall 2013