Spring 2014 Semester

 

Symposia    
January    
27 "Looking Forward to Tenure and Promotion" Jeff Cox, Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Affairs, Chair of the Vice Chancellor’s Advisory Committee (VCAC).
February    
7

"Mental Health and Student Well-Being: What Every Faculty Member Should Know"

Karen Raforth, Ph.D., Counseling and Psychological Services

Glenda Russell, Ph.D., Counseling and Psychological Services

12 "Preparing a Teaching Portfolio for Review and Tenure"

Diane Conlin, President’s Teaching Scholar and Professor of Classics

13 "Quick Ways to Assess Student Learning" Stefanie Mollborn, Associate Professor of Sociology, Institute of Behavioral Science
20 "Managing Your Career"

Darna Dufour, Professor of Anthropology, Associate Dean

Michael Lightner, Professor and Chair of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering

March    
11 "Understanding Your FCQ Course Evaluation Data" Meg Rowland, FCQ Coordinator, Department of Planning, Budget, and Analysis
     
Technology Enhanced Learning  
February    
6 "Is Prezi Right for You? An Introduction to an Alternative Presentation Tool" Amanda Seal McAndrew, Senior Teaching and Learning
Consultant
26 "Using Clickers to Engage Students" Stephanie Chasteen, Associate Director, Science Education Initiative
26 "Facilitating Clickers Effectively" Jenny Knight, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
Stephanie Chasteen, Assosciate Director, Science Education Initiative 

27 "Google+ And Google Apps"

Cory Pavicich, Academic Technology Consultant

March    
5 "The Flipped Classroom" Brian Argrow, President’s Teaching Scholar, Professor of Aerospace Engineering Sciences
     
Short Courses  
February    
4, 11 "Teaching in a Nutshell: Strategies to Enhance Student Learning (I)"

Lee Potts, Professor Emerita, Theatre & Dance

 

4, 11, & 18 Well Argued? Well Written! A Writing Workshop (I) Elissa Guralnick, Professor of English, College of Music
17, 24 "Teaching in a Nutshell: Strategies to Enhance Student Learning (II)" Lee Potts, Professor Emerita, Theatre & Dance
25, March 4 "Teaching in a Nutshell: Strategies to Enhance Student Learning (III)" Lee Potts, Professor Emerita, Theatre & Dance
26, March 5 "Teaching in a Nutshell: Strategies to Enhance Student Learning (IV)" Lee Potts, Professor Emerita, Theatre & Dance
March    
5, 12, & 19 Well Argued? Well Written! A Writing Workshop (II)-- FULL Elissa Guralnick, Professor of English, College of Music
April    
3, 10, & 17 Well Argued? Well Written! A Writing Workshop (III)-- FULL Elissa Guralnick, Professor of English, College of Music
     
     

 

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