Colloquium Office Manager
Phone: (239) 590-7488
Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Blvd. South
Fort Myers, Florida 33965-6565
Thank you for your interest in teaching the University Colloquium! The Colloquium faculty is made up of faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, College of Education, College of Health Professions, and the College of Engineering, as well as expert adjunct faculty from the community.
This site was created to provide resources for you in teaching the Colloquium. If you have suggestions regarding the content of this site, please contact the Colloquium Office.
Colloquium Faculty Mentoring
Faculty Mentoring sessions are open to those interested in teaching University Colloquium: A Sustainable Future for the first time as well as contributing faculty from all colleges or adjunct faculty currently teaching the course who want to rejuvenate a particular component of their class. You can attend any individual session all all. Noon - 2:00pm in the Lucas Center (LIB212). Space is limited.
University Colloquium Mentoring/Training Program
The goal of the University Colloquium Mentoring and Training Program is to prepare those teaching the course for the first time to successfully lead this challenging yet rewarding course. An understanding of the course philosophy and historical context, as well as the course’s writing, field trip, and service-learning components, is important in creating a common experience between the many sections taught each semester. Because those interested in teaching University Colloquium come from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences, it is necessary to tailor this preparation accordingly, finding an equitable and effective training program for all who want to teach University Colloquium for the first time.
Experienced Faculty Mentorship
New Faculty Training
Intro to Colloquium : TBA
If you are interested in teaching the course University Colloquium: A Sustainable Future this will provide the history of how the course came to be and overview of the course curriculum.