FY PIE is a two-day institute offered in cohorts that focuses on supporting student success, persistence, and feelings of inclusion and belonging. Specific topics in the FY PIE Institute include:
Intro to First Year Experience
Metacognition, reflective practice & ePortfolio development
Health, well-being, & mindfulness
Advising, study skills & time management
Identity, belonging, equity & inclusion
Critical digital and Information literacies
Rhetorical awareness & writing processes
Who is eligible to participate in the FY PIE Institute?
Instructors of record (lecturer faculty, T/TT faculty or Graduate Teaching Associates) who are currently teaching, or assigned to teach within the next academic year, one or more of the following courses are provided a stipend and given first priority for registration:
Area A1: Oral Communication
Area A2: Written English Communication
Area A3: Critical Thinking
Area B4: Quantitative Reasoning
Area E: First Year Experience, Life-long Learning & Self-Development
When space is available, other instructors are welcome to participate, though we are not able to provide a stipend in those cases.
When is FY PIE and how can I register?
Check back soon for May dates and registration information!