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January 26, 2021: Well-being on Campus

26 March 2021

How can we help all students thrive at Carleton, especially given the unprecedented mental health challenges students are experiencing? Can we promote students’ well-being through our courses and our advising practices…

Nov 10, 2020: What Supports Students, as Told By Alums and Current Students to Faculty

16 November 2020

The Supporting Students working group of the large summer faculty anti-racism discussion held two listening sessions, one with alums and one with current students, in response to their letters and…

October 6, 2020: Climate Action Plans and Course Collaborations

13 October 2020

Carleton College’s 2011 Climate Action Plan has a goal to be carbon-free by the year 2050 and the City of Northfield just passed it’s own plan to be carbon- free…

Nov. 12, 2019: Connecting with Art Exhibitions and Artist Residencies Across the Curriculum

18 November 2019

How can the arts offer new ways to start conversations in the classroom? How might art act as “data” that opens new windows into understanding topics? How can faculty make…

May 21, 2019: “Always Connect”: Public Scholarship and Community Engagement in the Real World

23 May 2019

We talk a good game about the benefits of directing our scholarly work at the broader public, and engaging our students in community-based learning, but what are the true benefits…

May 16, 2019: The Role of the Imposter in Ethnic Minority Student Achievement

17 May 2019

In the current political climate, ethnic minority students often encounter racially hostile college campuses. In spite of their achievements, ethnic minority students often feel like they have to prove that…

Apr. 9, 2019: Strategies for Inclusive Teaching for Students With Disabilities

30 April 2019

2019_04_09_LTC Lunch Presenters will share their perspectives and experiences adopting universal design for learning strategies in their teaching, and discuss resources that are available locally through Disability Services and ITS.…

Nov 6, 2018: Public-facing Student Scholarship in Your Classroom

9 November 2018

Come join your colleagues to talk about your past or planned course assignments where students create public or semi-public scholarship – blog posts, articles, posters, websites, Wikipedia articles, performances, and…

Oct 3, 2018: Creating Meaningful Assignments

1 November 2018

Carleton faculty often discuss assignments in structural terms–rigor, scaffolding, assessment criteria, etc.  This talk will expand these conversations by leading us to consider more intangible questions that nonetheless matter a…

Oct 9, 2018: Teaching Fast and Slow

24 October 2018

Questions Raised and Lessons Learned from Positive Psychology How does the pace of academic life affect teaching and learning? Experience of an academic term can range from an opportunity to…

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