Come join us in just over a week at our annual faculty development conference. We are excited for the opportunity to learn, grow, and share as we explore High Impact Practices (HIP) with our keynote speaker, Peter Felton. Anyone working with students is encouraged to attend and if you haven’t registered its not too late!
In preparation for the conference, we will be sharing a two part blog series highlighting the upcoming presenters and their breakout sessions. Part one will cover general HIP presentations followed by part two which will highlight study abroad HIP and course specific HIP presentations.
We hope to see you there!
Recently I have thought a lot about first-generation students and what they need to succeed at UW-Green Bay. Mentoring plays a big part in student success. Continue reading Mentoring Messages, Part One
Recently, in a blog post “Undergraduate Research Grants” I mentioned that Dan McCollum and I were awarded an Undergraduate Research and Discovery Grant that was offered through the UW System. The grant proposal consisted of four key ideas that will positively impact both faculty and students Continue reading URSCA: What’s the Big Idea?
Recently announced in the LOG, Dan McCollum, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Administration, and I received a $50,000 grant from the UW System to further undergraduate research on our campus. Continue reading Redefining Undergraduate Research