The Faculty Resource Center connects faculty and staff members with resources to enhance teaching, research, classroom assessment, advising, technology use, grant-seeking, department chair work, and other relevant resources to enhance their work at the university. The Center for Attention, Learning, and Memory (CALM) works closely with the FRC to provide services and resources.

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Faculty Resource Center

Calendar of Upcoming Events

  • CLICK HERE for a comprehensive calendar of work & fun events for faculty/staff.

The Big March Workshop from CALM: PowerPoint & Notetaking

Upcoming FRC Events

NOTE: All FRC events are open to all faculty AND staff. Most events have a live Zoom feed for remote faculty/staff and a recording for those unable to attend.


  • Working with Underrepresented Students Outside the Classroom
    Speakers: Ursula Herz, Pam Ferman, Rob DeFazio, and Del Rey Honeycutt, with Ann Lehman as moderator
            Location: Zoom
            Description: This panel discussion is primarily targeted at administrator, staff and faculty who work with students outside the classroom although anyone interested in advancing equity and inclusion in the St. Bonaventure community is welcome to participate.  Panelists will discuss the types of DEI professional development opportunities they’ve participated in and how those development activities have changed the ways in which they work with students and colleagues. 

  • April 21, 2022 (Thursday) at 6:00 pm
    Science on Tap

Speaker: Xiao-Ning Zhang, Ph.D.
Description: TBA--topic is related to nutrition and Earth Day
Location: Four Mile Brewery and Zoom

  • May 12, 2022 (Thursday) at 6:00 pm
    Science on Tap

    Speaker: TBA
    Description: TBA
    Location: Four Mile Brewery and Zoom

Workshops--Coming Soon

We are working with confirmed presenters to schedule the following events this semester or in early summer:
  • SBU's Mission
  • Safe Computing
  • Student Stress
  • SB YOU Panel (benefits/MySBU/campus services)
  • Library Services for Faculty/Staff
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Center for Attention, Learning, and Memory (CALM) workshops
  • The following workshops will be held later in the semester, when it might be safer to meet in person:
    • The History of SBU
    • The University by the Numbers