Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in TeachingFACET MISSION STATEMENT FACET is a community of faculty dedicated to and recongnized for excellence in teaching and learning. FACET advocates pedagogical innovation, inspires growth and reflection, cultivates the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and fosters personal renewal in the commitment to student learning.

IU Southeast FACET Annual Events

FACET Spring Symposium
January 30th

Day: Friday, 1/30

Time: 8:30am-12:00pm

Topic: Affecting Student Mindests for Student Success

Keynote: Terrell Strayhorn (Ohio State, Director of the Center of Higher Education Enterprise)

Breakouts: Tom Keefe (Business), Michael Abernethy (Communications), and Renee Petrina (ILTE)

FACET Brownbag
February 25th

Day: Wednesday, 2/25

Time: 12:20-1:00pm

Topic: Evaluating Your Classroom Presentations

Facilitators: Rebecca Carlton and Diane Reid (Communications)

FACET Retreat
May 15-17th

Pokagon State Park, Potowatomi Inn.
Angola, Indiana

Click HERE for more information on this year's Retreat.

FACET Application Deadline is October 17, 2014. You can find more details at the FACET Statewide Site.

Please check back for additional events.

Your FACET campus liaisons can provide additional information about any of the above events.

Peer Review and Teaching Consultants

Peer review is a process, not just an event. The Peer Review Manual, developed for IUS Peer Review, provides information about the process of reviewing classes at IUS, conducting a student focus group, how to write a Peer Review report, and much more. View the current peer review manual. We strongly recommend junior faculty review the suggested peer review timeline.

Faculty Requesting Peer Review:

Current Peer Review Faculty


FACET welcomes new members each year via a process of nomination, application, and selection.

FACET seeks to identify faculty who have:

  1. A record of and ongoing dedication to excellence in teaching, support of student learning, and assistance to colleagues
  2. A commitment to their own continuing growth through reflection
  3. The willingness to advocate for the importance of teaching and learning—locally, regionally, and/or nationally
  4. Advanced the craft of teaching through efforts in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  5. Demonstrated a commitment to continued involvement in teaching activities, specifically FACET programming
Learn more about joining FACET


One of the things that all new faculty struggle with are yearly reports. Then I was nominated for FACET and got in! Since then I have looked at a number of FACET application dossiers. I have found that my own yearly reports and promotion materials have become both enriched and clearer, and a lot less painful. In essence my dossier for full professor looked like a FACET application, only a lot bigger. I understood what a teaching philosophy was, how to develop measurable outcomes, the difference between direct and indirect evidence of student learning. One great compliment I received from the Vice Chancellor at the time was that he had never seen a dossier with so much actual evidence. I may have achieved promotion without the FACET experience, but I am convinced it was a major factor in both my development as a teacher and the strength of my application.
Anne Allen
Anne E. Guernsey Allen
FACET Class of  2004