We are proud of the FSEM program and the faculty who devote their time to it. Appointed faculty members who are interested in serving with the FSEM program should ensure that they will not be taking leave for the academic year, as you are expected to be available to students throughout the year. You will develop a strong academic advising relationship with your FSEM students and meet with them in advance of each quarter to provide advising and registration help.
All FSEM faculty will attend the annual training session held in September prior to Discoveries Week. In this training session, faculty share best practices and receive updates on academic policies and requirements. The goal is to exchange information across the decentralized advising structure such that the result is high quality advising for students.
If you are interested in teaching an FSEM for the next academic year, please contact Sarah Hoffman.
FSEM proposals are reviewed by the FSEM faculty committee:
- Paul Colomy, Sociology & Criminology, chair
- Jennifer Karas, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Academic Programs (ex officio)
- Linda Bensel-Meyers, English
- Frederique Chevillot, Languages & Literatures
- Richard Colby, Writing
- Verl Murugaverl,Chemistry
- Tom Quinn, Biology
- Adrienne Russell, Emergent Digital Practices
- Lynn Schofield-Clark, Media, Film & Journalism Studies