May 10 – Career Center Collaborations

27 May 2022

Students often approach faculty members looking for career advice. The Career Center offers to help out, but where do you start? What are your options? In this session, several faculty…

April 26 – Makerspace Tour

5 May 2022

A recent article suggests that Makerspaces can have a positive impact on mental health. The Class of 1969 Makerspace in Anderson Hall invites you to come see how you can improve mental health, see…

April 19 – The Teaching Toolbox: Learning Strategies for Students Who Struggle with Focus on Deep Work

3 May 2022

Learn about and share with colleagues technologies and strategies that can help with focus, with letting go of one’s smartphone (for at least a little while), with reading strategies, and…

April 12, 2022: Welcoming LGTBQIA+ Students Into the Classroom

15 April 2022

This session centers on inclusivity and belonging of LGBTQIA+ students in the classroom, learning how to create a welcoming environment and integrate queer and trans topics into curricular learning goals.…

April 5, 2022: Climate Change Throughout the Curriculum

13 April 2022

Climate change is transforming our civilization in fundamental ways. How can we help our students confront transformation? No single discipline owns this multifaceted problem.  It has relevance to every field…

March 31, 2022: Data Feminism

5 April 2022

Lauren F. Klein is a co-author, with Catherine D’Ignazio, of Data Feminism (MIT Press 2020). Part of a series that “advances provocative hypotheses about the meaning of new technologies for contemporary society,” the book brings…

Feb 15, 2022: Meaningful and Manageable Assessment

28 February 2022

Has it been awhile since your department thought about assessment? Would you prefer to get useful information from your assessment rather than just checking a box? If your answer to…

Jan 25, 2022: Leveraging the Power of Civic and Community-Based Learning in a Time of Change

18 February 2022

At a time of enormous change in the world, the United States, and particularly within higher education, should we be rethinking everything we know about community-based learning, or should we…

Jan 18, 2022: Evidence-based Strategies for Navigating a Polluted Information Environment

20 January 2022

While education is often framed as a necessary bulwark against the threat of misinformation, a mounting body of evidence shows that common approaches to teaching media literacy and critical thinking are…

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