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Collaborative Teaching & Research Colloquium

Goal of Colloquium Series: To learn about faculty teaching and research interests and methods, which may foster collaborative, inter-disciplinary teaching and research. Each guest(s) will begin the colloquium with a brief summation of their current project and how they present this project in the classroom. Following this brief presentation, there will be a discussion about how this topic can relate to the work of others in the audience.

Open to All!

Faculty, Staff, and Students from All Colleges and Departments!

Fall 2013 Schedule

Collaborative Teaching/Research Colloquium
Thursday, October 31
Noon – 1pm
Room: 207 SBSC
Lunch Provided!!
Guest: Dr. David Anshen, English Department
Topic: What does it mean to read as a Marxist?
Collaborative Teaching/Research Colloquium
Thursday, September 26
Noon – 1pm
Room: 207 SBSC
Lunch Provided!!
Guests: Panel of Teachers in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Topic: Generating Student Engagement in the Classroom

Goal of the Colloquium: Each panelist will give a brief presentation about successful techniques to increase student engagement in learning, which may spark dialogue and contemplation about the wide variety of "best practices" on campus.