Announcing the Provost’s Seminar on Teaching & Learning: January 19-21

This year, the Provost's Seminar on Teaching and Learning will offer three opportunities for faculty to participate in ongoing discussions about teaching, learning and the curriculum. Tuesday, January 19th, 10-12 English Dept. Conference Room, New North 311 “A Systematic Approach to Improving the Quality of Undergraduate Theses” Featuring: Julie Reynolds, Department of Biology, Duke University Wednesday, January 20th, 1-3 Philosophy Dept. Conference Room, New North 204 “New Approaches for Improving Student Engagement in Large Enrollment Classes” Thursday, January 21, 10:30-1:00 Riggs Library “Big Concepts and Instructional Bottlenecks: the ‘Decoding the Disciplines’ Approach” Featuring: David Pace, Professor of History and Co-Director of the Freshman Learning Project, University of Indiana For more information, see this description of the events.

This year, the Provost's Seminar on Teaching and Learning, which will take place January 19-21, will offer three opportunities for faculty to participate in ongoing discussions about teaching, learning and the curriculum.

This year, the Provost’s Seminar on Teaching and Learning will offer three opportunities for faculty to participate in ongoing discussions about teaching, learning and the curriculum.

Tuesday, January 19th, 10-12
English Dept. Conference Room, New North 311
“A Systematic Approach to Improving the Quality of Undergraduate Theses”

Featuring: Julie Reynolds, Department of Biology, Duke University

Wednesday, January 20th, 1-3
Philosophy Dept. Conference Room, New North 204
“New Approaches for Improving Student Engagement in Large Enrollment Classes”

Thursday, January 21, 10:30-1:00
Riggs Library
“Big Concepts and Instructional Bottlenecks: the ‘Decoding the Disciplines’ Approach”
Featuring: David Pace, Professor of History and Co-Director of the Freshman Learning Project, University of Indiana

For more information, see this description of the events.