FYS 129 Proposals Fall 2022 FYS 129 Proposal Step 1 of 4 - Instructor Info 25% Name * Required First Last Are you a tenure-track or tenured faculty member? * Required Tenure-track Tenured If selected to teach, how would you like to be compensated? * Required To my Department Directly to me UTID# * Required(Ex. 000321456) Net ID * Required UT Email * Required Phone Number * RequiredThe number, at which, to best reach you.Title/Rank * RequiredTo correctly display in our course offerings. College * RequiredPlease Choose Primary College...Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesArchitecture and DesignArts and SciencesBusiness AdministrationCommunication and InformationEducation, Health, and Human SciencesEngineeringLawLibrariesNursingSocial WorkVeterinary MedicineDepartment * Required Check any session you would be willing to teach. * RequiredYou will select class times on the next page. Full Session - course will meet once a week First Session (First seven weeks) - course will meet twice a week Second Session (Second seven weeks) - course will meet twice a week Preferred Section Delivery Method (Modality): * Required Fully Face-to-Face Hybrid Fully Online *Seminar Title: * RequiredThis title is limited to 20 Characters. This should be catchy and self explanatory for first-year students as it is the main recruiting line. Seminar Description * RequiredHow would you sell this class to students? This is meant to inform and help recruit students to sign-up for your seminar. Please limit to four or five sentences. Please attach your proposed course syllabus. * RequiredMax. file size: 48 MB.Maximum file size - 48 mega bytes. What are your learning objectives? * RequiredHow will you assess student learning outcomes in your seminar?Describe how you will incorporate at least one of the following high impact practices into your seminar (service learning, research, civic engagement, reflection, other).Which of the following best describe the learning components of your proposed seminar? * RequiredPlease select all that apply. Artifact-based/ Object-based learning Discussion Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Group work/ Peer learning Lab work/ Site visits Project-based/ Problem-based learning Reflective writing Service learning Simulation/ Gamification Study Abroad Undergraduate research/ Creative activity Other FULL SESSION class times you would be willing to teach. Note: Timetable may remain on COVID-19 adjusted schedule. Monday: 8:00–8:50 Monday: 3:00–3:50 Monday: 4:10–5:00 Monday: 5:20–6:10 Monday: 6:30-7:20 Tuesday: 8:10-9:00 Tuesday: 2:30-3:20 Tuesday: 4:05-4:55 Tuesday: 5:40-6:30 Wednesday: 8:00–8:50 Wednesday: 3:00–3:50 Wednesday: 4:10–5:00 Wednesday: 5:20–6:10 Wednesday: 6:30-7:20 Thursday: 8:10-9:00 Thursday: 2:30-3:20 Thursday: 4:05-4:55 Thursday: 5:40-6:30 Friday: 8:00–8:50 Friday: 3:00–3:50 Friday: 4:10–5:00 Friday: 5:20–6:10 6:30-7:20 Half Term class times you would be willing to teach. Not intested in teaching half term MW 8:00 am - 8:50 am MW 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm MW 3:35 pm - 4:25 pm MW 4:40 pm - 5:30 pm MW 5:45 pm - 6:35 pm MW 6:45 pm - 7:35 pm TR 8:10 am - 9:25 am TR 2:50 pm - 4:05 pm TR 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm TR 6:10 pm - 7:25 pm WF 8:00 am - 8:50 am WF 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm WF 3:35 pm - 4:25 pm Do you want us to schedule a room for you, or would you rather work with your departmental scheduler? * RequiredPlease Choose One...I'll work with my department to schedule. I will notify FYS staff when a room has been identified.Please schedule my roomAre there any other conditions or comments we should be aware of when considering your course proposal? * RequiredIncluding but not limited to, specific room equipment, atypical course scheduling, transportation concerns, or required student materials (beyond books). Δ *Please note that seminar proposals are limited to current non-tenured, tenure-track, and tenured faculty only.