In addition to serving individuals, the Reinert Center also serves academic departments, programs, schools, and colleges. We do this through consultations with unit leadership (e.g., deans, chairs) and through invited workshops tailored to the needs of the unit. Occasionally, Reinert Center staff also may be invited to serve on department- or college-level committees and task forces, when our particular expertise may be helpful.
Deans, chairs, and directors may seek confidential consultations with Reinert Center staff, when they need a neutral sounding board for matters related to teaching, course/curriculum design, and other related topics. They also may invite the Reinert Center to lead sessions designed specifically for their faculty or graduate students, including workshops, facilitated conversations, and academic retreats. Reinert Center facilitators can share expertise and provide neutral facilitation on a range of topics in keeping with our mission.
Sample topics for departmental consultations and workshops include (but are not limited to):
Customized workshops typically are planned in collaboration with the academic unit, often with faculty members co-facilitating to ensure sessions are grounded in the specific needs of the discipline/field. Such sessions are contingent upon the availability and expertise of Reinert Center staff.
To request customized sessions, email the Reinert Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.