An orientation program for adjunct faculty, and regular faculty generally occurs once each Academic Year in the Fall semester. New Classified and Management Staff Orientations are held quarterly thoughout the year. The program consists of get-acquainted activities, welcome by administrators, informational presentations by leaders and representatives from various departments and possibly a tour of the campus.
New Staff Quarterly Orientation
An orientation program for new regular classified employees generally occurs once each Academic Year in the Fall semester. The program consists of welcome and getting-acquainted activities, informational presentations by classified leaders and representatives from various departments, and a historical tour of the Santa Rosa Campus.
Click here for the New Staff Quarterly Orienation - July 2014 Agenda
Adjunct Faculty Orientation
An orientation for new or returning adjunct faculty members is offered each Academic Year in the Fall semester. The program consists of a welcome by administrators and informational presentations by representatives from various departments.
Click here for the Adjunct Faculty Orientation Agenda - August 14, 2014
New Faculty Orientation
Each August, the New Faculty Development Coordinator presents a two day orientation session for new regular faculty. The program consists of get-acquainted activities, informational presentations by faculty leaders and administrators, and various tours of campus facilities and department resources important to beginning faculty.
For Fall 2014, the New Faculty Orientation will be held on August 14, 2014, and August 22nd, 2014 followed by the year-long New Faculty Development Program workshops one Friday each month.
Click here for the New Faculty Orientation Agenda - August 14, 2014
Click here for the New Faculty Orientation Agenda - August 22, 2014
Contact Ann Foster, New Faculty Development Coordinator, for more information.
New Faculty Development Program
An extended New Faculty Development Program, which consists of a series of workshops and discussions, is conducted during the first two years of employment as a regular faculty member.
To provide on-going support for new regular faculty during their first two years.
New Faculty Development Program Schedule Overview:
Creation of seminars for
new regular faculty to provide
- information on college policies pertinent to new faculty, especially district tenure review procedures
- understanding of SRJC organizational structure & culture
- familiarity with college teaching resources
- exposure to district campuses and sites
- instruction in teaching techniques
- assisistance with classroom management issues
- educational technology training
- a safe, supportive environment in which to explore issues common to new faculty
- additional activities which include group or individual visits to a variety of meetings: Board, Academic Senate & selected committees
Creation of seminars for
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