Jan 22, 2019: Class Act for Faculty and Staff: How We Talk about Socioeconomic Difference

24 January 2019

Class Act for Faculty and Staff: How We Talk about Socioeconomic Difference Class Act is a “for-students, by-students” space to discuss socioeconomic difference. This session will mirror that experience, encouraging…

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…

Apr. 10, 2018: The Student View of Faculty Approachability

16 April 2018

A panel of Carleton students will share their thoughts about what makes a faculty member approachable, factors that impact the likelihood of attending office hours, and barriers to seeking help…

Feb 20, 2018: Skills for Working with Students Engaged in the Sexual Misconduct Process

28 February 2018

In this session, we will talk about how to support students who have reported sexual misconduct to you or who are involved in the sexual misconduct process. We will look…

Jan 30, 2018: Experiences of Students for Whom English is not the First Language

28 February 2018

In this session a panel of Carleton students will discuss how having a home language other than English impacts their academic experiences (especially with writing) and how faculty and staff…

May 23, 2017: Increasing Participation and Success for All Students in STEM Courses and Majors at Carleton: Student Views

28 May 2017

The presentation will discuss findings from  the second part of participatory action research study on the experiences of under-represented students in STEM courses and majors at Carleton. The research team…

Spring 2016: The Fabric of Our Campus

4 April 2016

This term’s LTC lunches have a wide variety, touching on issues of student life, research projects that combine faculty and students, and advising.  Together, they are an opportunity for us to use the LTC to make our learning environment stronger.

Winter 2016: Campus Climate, National Issues, and Student Achievement

25 January 2016

This term’s lunch session focus on campus and classroom climate, as well as sessions that look at student achievement.  We also have a session on faculty research and an example of a different model for a common reading.