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!
A group of faculty got together recently to discuss the CATL book club selection – “Engaging Students as Partners in Learning and Teaching: A Guide for Faculty” by Alison Cook-Sather, Catherine Bovill, and Peter Felten. Continue reading CATL Book Club
UWGB is ranked No. 26 in the Midwest for 2015 Best Colleges for Veterans. So it is not surprising that last week the Chancellor’s Council on Diversity and Inclusive Excellence held a workshop on “Veterans Reintegration from Combat to the Classroom.” It was packed full of highly valuable information that each faculty and staff should be aware of in supporting our veteran students on campus. Continue reading Supporting Our UWGB Veterans
Recently I had the opportunity to attend a Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Workshop on integrating undergraduate research into faculty workload and tenure and promotion guidelines. You may wonder, why would the Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning be interested in this topic? Continue reading Finding the right fit: integrating URSCA