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Title: Faculty Affairs Committee Report to The Academic senate California State Polytechnic University, Pomona FA-011-910 Vision Statement for the Teacher-Scholar Model at Cal Poly Pomona


1
Faculty Affairs CommitteeReport toThe Academic
senate California State Polytechnic University,
Pomona FA-011-910Vision Statement for the
Teacher-Scholar Model at Cal Poly Pomona
2
Six Core Values of Cal Poly Pomona
  1. Polytechnic Identity
  2. Academic Quality
  3. Learn by Doing
  4. Teacher Scholars
  5. Environmental Sustainability
  6. Celebration of Diversity

3
Major Themes of Cal Poly Pomonas WASC
Institutional Proposal
  • Institutional Excellence
  • Demonstrating our growth as an outstanding
    learning institution in an urban environment that
    serves a multitude of student needs.
  • Evolution of the Teacher-Scholar
  • Fostering the synergy between teaching,
    scholarship, creative activities, and practice.
  • Student Success
  • Propelling a diverse group of learners toward
    extraordinary life achievements.

4
Two Charges of the Teacher-Scholar Task Force
  • Develop an interpretation of the Teacher-Scholar
    model that is consistent with the mission and
    vision of Cal Poly Pomona.
  • Increase campus awareness and understanding of
    the Cal Poly Pomona Teacher-Scholar model.

5
Evolution of the Vision Statement for the
Teacher-Scholar Model
  • Fall 2008
  • White Paper defining the Teacher-Scholar Model
    was developed by the Teacher-Scholar Writing
    Group.
  • February 2009
  • White Paper was shared with the campus community.
  • Spring 2009
  • Teacher-Scholar Task Force began its work,
    building on the White Paper developed by the
    Teacher-Scholar Writing Group.
  • Fall Conference 2009
  • Teacher-Scholar discussion session
  • December 1, 2009
  • Vision Statement was shared with the campus
    community.
  • December 3, 2009
  • Brown Bag Discussion The Teacher-Scholar
    (Faculty Center for Professional Development).
  • December 11, 2009
  • Poster presentation at the Provosts Symposium on
    Faculty Scholarship.
  • Winter 2010
  • Further consultation with department chairs,
    college deans, and associate deans.
  • April 7, 2010
  • Referral (FA-011-910) was submitted to the
    Academic Senate.

6
Vision Statement for the Teacher-Scholar Model
  1. Teaching
  2. Scholarship
  3. Integration

7
Vision Statement for the Teacher-Scholar
ModelDefinition
Teacher-Scholars at Cal Poly Pomona are role
models who actively promote life-long intentional
learning to our students, are actively engaged in
advancing their fields of inquiry, and are
committed to blending teaching and scholarship
into a single synergistic endeavor that results
in a creative integration of the two roles.
8
Vision Statement for the Teacher-Scholar Model1.
Teaching
  • Cal Poly Pomona Teacher-Scholars apply knowledge
    from the frontiers of their disciplines and
    pedagogical scholarships to the development of
    their courses and the curriculum. Teacher
    Scholars
  • Understand current developments in their
    disciplines, and use this understanding to
    advance student learning and knowledge,
  • Have knowledge of interdisciplinary and
    discipline-specific pedagogical strategies, apply
    effective strategies to facilitate learning of a
    diverse student population, use evidence-based
    assessment of teaching to improve their pedagogy,
    and evaluate and analyze their pedagogy.

9
Vision Statement for the Teacher-Scholar Model2.
Scholarship
  • Cal Poly Pomona Teacher-Scholars engage in the
    practice of scholarship, which is specifically
    defined by discipline and academic unit, and is
    broadly construed to include the scholarship of
    discovery, integration, teaching, application and
    engagement. While the scholarship of
    Teacher-Scholars varies widely across disciplines
    at Cal Poly Pomona, it incorporates essential
    elements that define scholarship, including
    research and/or creative work. Teacher-Scholars
  • Make intellectual and/or creative contributions
    that extend and/or develop new knowledge or
    creative inquiry, discover, integrate or apply
    facts, theories, artistic perceptions, or design
    to practice in their disciplines,
  • Produce work that is peer reviewed, critiqued,
    juried and/or judged congruent with discipline
    standards, and results in a publication,
    presentation, creative work or other product
    disseminated to a wider audience beyond the Cal
    Poly Pomona community.

10
Vision Statement for the Teacher-Scholar Model3.
Integration
  • Cal Poly Pomona Teacher-Scholars integrate
    scholarship and teaching to create a synthesis
    greater than both activities. Teacher-Scholars
  • Bring the practice of their own scholarship into
    the classroom in an appropriate way,
  • Promote a community of inquiry in their role as
    faculty members, and model and encourage
    academically rigorous scholarship as appropriate
    to their discipline,
  • Foster a climate in which faculty/student
    scholarly, research, practice, or artistic
    collaboration can take place by
  • enhancing student learning through meaningful
    experiences at Cal Poly Pomona as appropriate in
    their discipline through inquiry based classroom,
    studio, laboratory, practice and field activities
    that are embedded within the curriculum,
  • collaborating with students in a culture of
    learn-by-doing inquiry, discovery, professional
    practice and/or creative work through the
    involvement of students in scholarship outside of
    regular coursework.

11
Vision Statement for the Teacher-Scholar
ModelScope
The scholarly and creative activities of
Teacher-Scholars vary widely across disciplines
at Cal Poly Pomona. Consistent with discipline
practices, academic departments/units may adapt
this vision statement to establish the standards
to which Teacher-Scholars are held.
12
Faculty Affairs Committee Recommendation
The Faculty Affairs committee recommends adoption
of the Vision Statement by the Academic Senate
and forwarding a recommendation to the President
for adoption as Cal Poly Pomonas vision for the
teacher-scholar model.
13
Teacher-Scholar Writing Group
  • Lauren Weiss Bricker, Associate Professor,
    Architecture
  • Michael Cholbi, Assistant Professor, Philosophy
  • Jodene Morrell, Assistant Professor, Education
  • Rakesh Mogul, Assistant Professor, Chemistry
  • Phillip Rosenkrantz, Professor, Industrial
    Manufacturing Engineering

14
Teacher-Scholar Task Force
  • Subodh Bhandari, Associate Professor, Aerospace
    Engineering
  • Frank Ewers, Professor Chair, Biological
    Sciences
  • Abolhassan Halati, Professor, Technology and
    Operations Management
  • Gary Hamilton, Interim AVP Faculty Affairs
  • Don Hoyt, AVP for Research, Co-Chair of Task
    Force
  • Margie Jones, Assistant Professor, Collins
    College of Hospitality Management
  • Peter Kilduff, Professor Chair, Apparel
    Merchandising Management
  • Jeffrey Marshall, Associate Professor, Geological
    Sciences
  • Georgia Mickey, Assistant Professor, History
  • Jodene Morrell, Assistant Professor, Education
  • Susan Mulley, Assistant Professor, Landscape
    Architecture, Co-Chair of Task Force
  • Peggy Perry, Professor, Plant Sciences
  • David Still, Associate Professor, Plant Sciences
  • Dale Turner, Associate Professor, Philosophy
  • Cheryl Wyrick, Professor Chair, Management
    Human Resources

15
Faculty Affairs Committee
  • Alison Baker, Associate Professor, English
    Foreign Languages
  • Sepehr Eskandari, Associate Professor, Biological
    Sciences
  • Hassan Halati, Professor, Technology and
    Operations Management, Committee Chair
  • Shahnaz Lotfipour, Professor, Education
  • Eddie Mao, Assistant Professor, Collins College
    of Hospitality Management
  • Jungwon Mun, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and
    Statistics
  • Norali Pernalete, Associate Professor,
    Engineering Technology
  • Tariq Qayyum, Associate Professor, Engineering
    Technology
  • Wendy Vermeer, Metadata Librarian, Library
  • Faye Wachs, Associate Professor, Psychology and
    Sociology
  • Sharonda Wallace, Assistant Professor, Human
    Nutrition and Food Science
  • Cheryl Wyrick, Professor Chair, Management
    Human Resources
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