The Center for Scholarship and Faculty Development

The Center for Scholarship and Faculty Development at Seattle Pacific University provides resources and opportunities to
    ·  Strengthen faculty professional development and scholarship,
    ·  Enhance student learning through evidence based pedagogies and technologies that align
      with SPU’s mission,
    ·  Support student and faculty vocational exploration, discernment & preparation and
    ·  Build relationships among faculty to sustain a vibrant community;
All grounded in a deep commitment to our Christian faith and heritage.

Latest Posts

Teaching and Learning Events:

The Center for Scholarship and Faculty Development offers various events and workshops throughout the year to improve the academy and student learning through faculty professional development. If you are interested in developing strong student learning outcomes and their assessment, learning effective classroom management skills, or are eager to make group work a success in your […]

ETM Events:

Every year, ETM offers a host of training and professional development opportunities for faculty. If you are interested in learning the technology basics or explore in greater detail, are interested in seeing how the technology has changed or how you can make effective use of it to improve student learning, we encourage you to register […]

SERVE & Christian Formation Events:

SERVE and Christian Formation events strive to strengthen Christian spiritual formation and vocational discernment for faculty and staff through SPU’s Spiritual and Education Resources for Vocational Exploration (SERVE) program. Please view the variety of events taking place and consider joining us. CSFD Link:

CSFD/ETM Book Clubs

CSFD/ETM Book Clubs are an opportunity for faculty and staff to think about teaching, learning, faith, justice and technology in the confines and congeniality a friendly book club, with relaxed conversation built around a sequence of chosen titles. Our conversations will occur across the month, with asynchronous discussion happening on the Open Web, coalescing in […]