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Faculty/Staff Learning Communities

Teaching Circles and Research Triangles are an important aspect of faculty development at UNO; providing opportunities for collaborative efforts with colleagues across disciplines.

New Teaching Circles and Research Triangles are currently being formed for the 2013-2014 Academic Year. The application is due October 15, 2013.

Teaching Circles

Teaching Circles, co-sponsored by UCAT, are small groups of faculty members (typically five to seven) who make a commitment to work together over a period of time to address questions, concerns, and topics related to their teaching and to their students' learning. Teaching Circle grants may also be available to participants that meet the guidelines. Please visit the Teaching Circles page for more information.

Research Triangles

A Research Triangle is a small group of faculty members (minimum three) who make a commitment to work together over a period of time to encourage scholarship, research, and creative activity at UNOmaha by facilitating scholarly interactions among faculty. Research Triangle grants may also be available to participants that meet the guidelines. Please visit the Research Triangles page for more information.

Leadership Teams

A Leadership Team is a small group of faculty members who make a commitment to work together over a period of time to concentrate on providing opportunities for faculty to develop leadership skills.Leadership Team grants may also be available to participants that meet the guidelines. Please visit the Leadership Teams page for more information.