Conference on High-Impact Practices 2013
This conference showcases high-impact projects of faculty and staff developed and implemented during their work with the QEP. A wide array of courses and disciplines across campus are represented through projects focused on one of the three platforms: collaborative learning, mentored undergraduate scholarship, and field based learning. We had a great time celebrating and recognizing the high-impact work taking place at SFA!
Appreciation Event 2012
A time to express our appreciation to participants and their families with the Make an Impact @ SFA project. Attendees were served dinner by Aramark Catering and were formally thanked by the Provost and Director of the program. Then at the conclusion of the event they were given holiday goodies and gifts to show our gratitude for their hard work.
Culinary Cafe Luncheon
FLC participants enjoyed a delicious meal and were able to experience first hand high-impact practices being displayed outside of the classroom. The SFA Culinary Cafe is under the direction of Chef Todd Barrios who works with students in the Hospitality Administration Program within the School of Human Sciences, creating their own menu, making their dishes, and serving the public weekly for an affordable price.
To learn more about how the Culinary Cafe is making an impact at SFA or to make a reservation CLICK HERE.
Conference on High-Impact Practices 2012
Our first conference with projects by the Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) of 2011-2012 and a recognition ceremony of participants efforts in the Make an Impact @ SFA Project.
Appreciation Event 2011
A time to express our appreciation to our first ever participants and their families with the Make an Impact @ SFA project. Attendees enjoyed hors d'oeuvres and holiday goodies and gifts to show our gratitude for their dedication to our program.
The Fall Kickoff Event for FLC X was held on August 24, 2015. FLC X members participated in team building exercises and learned important information about the upcoming semester. Faculty members expressed unique ideas for implementing higher order thinking skills in their classrooms. The Office of High Impact Practices is looking forward to a great year with this group!