Professional Recognition of Excellence (PROE)
PROE (Professional Recognition of Excellence) is the SUNY Oneonta leadership program that recognizes faculty and staff leadership on campus for their contributions to building a culture of collaboration and a community of practice that fosters continuous professional growth.
Sharing of expertise
3 Explorer | One event from each category
2 Innovator | Implement, share & specialize - four events from each category.
1 Leader | Train, present & mentor
A: Empowered Educator (EE)
Continually improve practice by learning from and with others, and exploring proven or promising practices that leverage effective methods to improve student learning.
Example PD: Faculty Institute, Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning, Common Read Workshop, Teaching Breakfast, OER Institute
B: Dynamic Leader (DL)
Seek out opportunities for leadership to support student empowerment and success and to improve teaching and learning.
Example PD: New Chair Workshops, TLTC Faculty Fellows, Mentor Training, SUNY SAIL
C: Engaged Citizen (EC)
Inspire others to positively contribute to and responsibly participate in the global environment.
Example PD: Teaching in the Age of Alt Facts & Fake News, Teaching Breakfast, Intergroup Dialogue
D: Constructive Collaborator (CC)
Dedicate time to collaborate with both colleagues and students to improve practice, discover and share resources and ideas, and solve problems.
Example PD: Mentor Program, Ed Tech Grants, GIMU, Faculty Book Talk
E: Innovative Designer (ID)
Design authentic learner-driven activities and environments that enhance student success and engagement, and that accommodate learner variability.
Example PD: Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning, Instructional Design Principles, Effective Online Discussions, Problem-Based Learning, Applied Learning
F: Analytical Thinker (AT)
Understand and use data to drive instruction, conduct research, and maintain accreditation.
Example PD: Reading & Interpreting SPI Data, Data for Educational Design, Data Mining for Education
G: Professional Growth (PG)
Understand the personal career arc and the skills needed to be successful and accomplish goals.
Example PD: Chancellor's Award workshop, GDO Series, New Faculty Orientation, Write In/Grade In