Faculty Teaching and Learning Lunches
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 Hall. 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.
Tuesday, October 17 from 12:15-1:15 p.m. in Dillin NW
Presented by Ellen Crabtree and Janet Peterson
Dr. Janet Peterson (HHPA) and Ellen Crabtree, director of Academic Advising, will discuss the college’s academic advising program, the faculty advisor model, and resources for effective advising from the faculty perspective. Advising student learning outcomes and strategies and ideas for improving your advising practice will be covered. The conversation will emphasize the relationship between quality academic advising and student persistence.
Friday, October 27 from 12:15-1:15 p.m. in Dillin NW
Presented by Stephen Bricher and Amy Scholer
Steve Bricher and Amy Scholer will discuss the contents and logistics of the P&T eFiles, which is the electronic format for the dossier (P&T eFile) submitted by a candidate for tenure and/or promotion (associate or full) within the Blackboard environment. See the P&T eFile Prep Instructions (emailed May 15th and on the Faculty Resource page). Following our successful pilot run of P&T eFiles in Fall 2016, all candidates for tenure and/or promotion in Fall 2017 will use the electronic format for their P&T File. If all goes well, we hope to then use electronic files for the entire faculty development and evaluation process described in Section IV.6.1 of the Faculty Handbook.
Tuesday, October 31 from 12:15-1:15 p.m. in Dillin NW
Presented by Susan Hopp
How does ASLC “recognize” student organizations? How do they receive funding and what can it be used for? What is the role of an adivsor? How do student organizations and their goals support learning? Come learn about the history, traditions and scope of student organizations at Linfield and in higher education.
Tuesday, November 7 from 12:15-1:15 p.m. in Dillin NW
Presented by Leonard Finkelman
Participants will discuss the role of critical reasoning their disciplines. After identifying some common themes, we will discuss relevant concepts and tools for making clear to students the use and limits of critical reasoning across the liberal arts curriculum.