The Committee for Engagement and Education of Part-Time Faculty (CEEP) is a committee of the Collaborative dedicated to meeting the needs of part-time faculty. The committee organizes meet-and-greet gatherings so that part-time faculty can build relationships and access information in informal settings. The committee also holds formal presentations to enhance the integration of part-time faculty in the University community and to support excellence in teaching methods and practices. Full-time faculty and staff are welcome at all events and are encouraged to attend.

Contact Information
Anne Harrigan, part-time faculty, School of Business

Joanne Kabak, part-time faculty, School of Communications

Informal Gatherings
Each semester, there are multiple opportunities for informal gatherings of part-time faculty. These conversations may focus on a particular topic such as who to call for help, what you need to know about Quinnipiac and it's students, or major institutional initiatives. The gatherings always enable part-time faculty to "talk shop," exchange teaching methods, and develop a supportive network.

Recent Events
Informal breakfast conversations on Sept. 19 and Oct. 19
"Role of the Faculty Senate for Part-time Faculty" - Nov. 7, 2012

Recent Seminars
"The Rules of Engagement: Classroom Edition 2011--and Beyond." (March 30, 2011)
Kenn Venit, media consultant and part-time faculty
Presentation on unique methods to gain and sustain student attention.

"The New Synthesis for Undergraduate Education Initiative" (Oct. 27, 2011)
Mark Thompson, senior vice president for academic and student affairs
Presentation and discussion on how to integrate the essential learning proficiencies into the classroom.

"Beyond Plagiarism Detection: Maintaining Integrity at QU" (Feb. 18, 2010)
Donna Latella, director of academic integrity, Andrew Delohery, director of the Learning Center & Bernard Grindel, assistant director of the Learning Center
Presentation on the use of the Academic Integrity Board (AIB), in-class presentations and other resources on academic integrity, as well as tips on spotting plagiarism in student work

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