Sept 21, 2021: Lessons Learned from Pandemic Teaching

6 October 2021

What innovations or discoveries from our teaching experiences during the pandemic merit being carried forward? What new approaches did you try? What worked better than you perhaps expected? A panel…

April 20, 2021: Decolonizing your Syllabus: Implicitly and Explicitly

29 April 2021

In the context of our ongoing work in inclusion, diversity, and equity, many groups on campus have been discussing the cultural and racial perspectives that have shaped many of our…

Mar 5, 2020: Cinema & Media Studies as a Digital Liberal Art

10 March 2020

The Digital Liberal Arts, as well as the related area of Digital Humanities, have often had a less-than-engaged relationship with Media Studies, despite being a humanities discipline with a focus…

Feb 4, 2020: Faculty Stories of Publishing Monographs

5 February 2020

In some disciplines a monograph is a centerpiece of a faculty member’s scholarly agenda.  How does one write and publish a monograph while working at Carleton? What does one say…

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…

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 23, 2018: Teaching in the #metoo Era

26 October 2018

The #metoo movement has drawn much needed attention to issues of sexual abuse and asymmetrical exercise of power in the broader culture. A reckoning of sorts is underway particularly in…

Sept. 28, 2017: The Enemy Is Us: Student sleep deprivation, the role of faculty, and the trimester biorhythm

28 February 2018

This panel will explore the causes and effects of sleep deprivation in students from a variety of perspectives. From the psychological and emotional health perspective, we will hear from one…

April 11, 2017: The Educational Value of a Campus Job

12 April 2017

Our students can learn significant lessons while working in campus employment. In many cases, the skills and habits that are fostered in employment can carry over into academic studies. This…

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