Hosted by the Office of Academic Affairs
Meridith Symons will have lunch tickets available for you to pick up in advance, and you may choose what you'd like to eat in Dillin. You may use the meal ticket before or after the presentation but you might want to arrive a little early to get through Dillin lines prior to the meeting.
Thursday, March 12 from 11:45am-12:30pm in the President's Dining Room
Presented by Ellen Crabtree, Patricia Haddeland, Michael Hampton and Katherine Martin
Representatives from Academic Advising, Learning Support Services, Student Health & Wellness, and Career Development will be present to discuss some of the faculty's most frequently asked questions regarding students' academic and wellness concerns. What would you like to know more about? Please bring some of your own scenarios for discussion.
Tuesday, March 17 from 11:45am-12:30pm in Dillin NW
Presented by David Sumner
When we think about student writing, we often think about mechanics: grammar, punctuation, usage. But the best way to help students write more effectively is to tap their desire to do real inquiry, and the key to real inquiry is a good question. This session will focus on how to help students generate and effectively answer good questions. And we'll also talk a little grammar and usage.
Tuesday, April 21 from 11:45am-12:30pm in Dillin NW
Presented by Deborah Canepa, Charles Dunn, and David Sumner
January Term off-campus courses provide rich opportunities for faculty and students alike; however, until you have taught and led one, the challenge of putting a new course together can seem daunting. This session will cover the expectations for off-campus courses, including the timeline, itineraries, syllabi, and safety concerns. In addition, we will discuss the resources that both experienced faculty and the International Programs Office can provide.
Tuesday, April 30 from 11:45am-12:30pm in the President's Dining Room
Presented by Duncan Reid
At the end of Spring semester 2014, a group of faculty gathered to learn how to integrate sustainability more fully into their courses. Over the past year, a Faculty Sustainability Learning Community has emerged and initiated a process to inventory the course catalog to determine which existing courses are potentially sustainability-related or focused. Join this multi-disciplinary group of your peers to learn about the process of integrating sustainability into their respective courses, and the development of the sustainability catalog inventory. The first 10 attendees will receive $25 in McMinnville Downtown Dollars.