Spring Conference 2016

Teaching Narrative, Ludology, and

Problem–Solving in the College Classroom

9:00 AM - 4:15 PM,  Thursday & Friday

January 7th & 8th, 2016

Hale Science Building

classroom computing

Welcome to the Spring Conference.  CU-Boulder, a Research Extensive institution, supports the development of graduate teaching scholars and future professionals through the Graduate Teacher Program. Please take advantage of this opportunity to hone your teaching skills and to meet your peers, professors, staff, and our invited guest. The workshops are designed to help you teach more effectively, to provide you with professional development opportunities, and to expose you to non-academic job possibilities. Visit us in 201 ATLAS or call (303) 492-4902.

Best wishes for a successful semester! 

Laura L. B. Border, Director

Workshop Room Key:

     270 HALE        230 HALE       Discipline Specific Discussion Sessions

Spring Conference 2016 Schedule

Spring Conference is being held in Hale Science Building, (Hale 270 & 230).

The workshops are scheduled on Thursday and Friday, January 7th & 8th, 9:00 am to 4:15 pm daily.

All workshops will be conveniently located on the second floor in Hale. Coffee and light breakfast will be available in the hallway from 8:30 am to 9:00 am daily.

The Hale Science building address is 1350 Pleasant Street. It is located near the northwest corner of main campus, off Broadway and University Avenue. Buses along Broadway are the Skip and Dash and they stop at the UMC and Euclid and next to Hale on Pleasant street. For bus schedules click here.

Graduate student participants and presenters may easily access The Hill District for additional lunch and dining options.