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2014 NEW FACULTY ORIENTATION

Friday, August 15, 2014
Argonaut Athletic Club, Building 54

Welcome to the University of West Florida!

The Center for University Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (CUTLA) will host New Faculty Orientation offering workshops and discussions for a successful beginning of your first semester at UWF.

Schedule:

9:00 AM               Breakfast
9:10 AM               Welcome from UWF President Judy Bense
9:15 AM               Workshops and discussions
12:00 PM             Lunch with administrators
3:30-4:30 PM      Campus Resources Fair (John C. Pace Library third floor)
4: 30-5:30 PM     Wine-and-cheese reception hosted by the Pace Library staff (John C. Pace Library second floor) Please invite your spouse or partner to attend.

New Faculty Orientation Complete Invitation (PDF) 

Registration:

To register, please complete the New Faculty Orientation registration form. You can also contact Lori Glaze at lglaze@uwf.edu or call 473-7435. In addition, we are asking that you use this email to send an attached jpeg picture of yourself.

We look forward to you joining our faculty and seeing you on August 15.


Getting Started

Let us help you get off to a great start! You will need a Nautilus card, a parking decal, some UWF accounts and a knowledge of UWF policies.

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