Past Events

Conference on Teaching Excellence

Past Workshop Presenters

Lycoming College's Teaching Effectiveness program sponsors at least one workshop a year with a nationally recognized outside speaker / presenter. These are some of the workshop presenters and their topics in recent years:

  • Dr. James Eison (Fall 2000)
    Creating A High Impact Classroom Climate,
    and Promoting Deep Learning: Ways Faculty Can Assist Students
  • Dr. Toby Fulwiler Writing Across the Curriculum Dr. Kathleen M. Galvin Oral Communication Across the Curriculum
  • Dr. Judith Gay
    Diversity in the Classroom
  • Dr. Andrea Lundsford (2004)
    Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Writing throughout the College Years
  • Dr. Wilbert J. McKeachie (Spring 1999)
    Teaching Tips
  • Dr. Craig Nelson (Fall 1998)
    Fostering Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum
  • Dr. Peter Seldin (Spring 2001)
    Creating and Using Teaching Portfolios and
    an address on Improving Faculty Development and Evaluation
  • Dr. Karl Smith
    Active Learning in the Classroom
  • Dr. Janese Swanson
    What's the Difference? Gender and Computer Use
  • Dr. Charles Walker
    Classroom Assessment Techniques
  • Dr. Barbara Walvoord (Fall 1999)
    Effective Grading: A Tool for Learning and Assessment
  • Dr. Kim Wilcox
    Supplemental Instruction

Past Teaching Effectiveness Events Schedules

Teaching Effectiveness Events for the 2000-2001 Academic Year

Fall 2000

The Faculty Committee for Teaching Effectiveness had the following members this past year: Holly Bendorf (Chemistry, New Faculty Mentoring Program), Kathleen Chamberlain (Education), Chris Hakala (Psychology), Barb Horn (Secretary), Janet Hurlbert (Snowden Library), Jane Keller (Academic Resources Center and Writing Center), Robin Knauth (Religion), Darby Lewes (English), Charles Mahler, Chair (Chemistry, Asst. Dean for Teaching Effectivenes), John F. Piper, Jr. (History, Dean of the College), Arthur Sterngold (Business), Melissa Sutherland (Mathematics), and Fred Wild (Communications).

The fall semester started with an all-day workshop and continued with a series of shorter meetings.

  • Friday, September 22, 2000
    9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Wertz Banquet Room
    A Two-Session Workshop with Dr. James Eison (Founding Director of the Center for Teaching Enhancement, University of South Florida)

    • Session 1 - Creating A High Impact Classroom Climate;
    • Session 2 - Promoting Deep Learning: Ways Faculty Can Assist Students
  • Wednesday, October 18, 2000
    4:00 p.m., Library Forum, Snowden Library
    A preview of her Lilly Conference presentation by Darby Lewes and Folly the border collie

  • Thursday, October 26, 2000
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wertz Student Board Room
    Lunch to evaluate Eisons' Workshop, Coordinator: Charles Mahler

  • Thursday, November 9, 2000
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wertz Student Board Room
    Lunch on Teaching Techniques, Coordinators: Chris Hakala and Melissa Sutherland

  • Monday, November 20, 2000
    3:30-5:00 p.m., Academic Center B309
    Writing Workshop, Coordinator: Jane Keller

  • Thursday, December 7, 2000
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wertz Student Board Room
    Lunch on Writing Reference Letters, Coordinators: Janet Hurlbert and Kathleen Chamberlain

Spring 2001

The spring semester started with a series entitled "New Ways To Do Old Things - Better". These lunch meetings on using technology in the classroom, jointly sponsored by the Teaching Effectiveness and Academic Computing committees, had the goal of assisting faculty in incorporating new teaching tools in the classroom. Other events followed, including a two-day Conference on Teaching Excellence here May 3 and 4.

  • Thursday, January 18, 2001
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wertz Banquet Room
    Jaye Beetem on using e-mail circles and GroupWise in one of her courses last semester.

  • Thursday, January 25, 2001
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wertz Banquet Room
    Chriss McDonald and Jeff Newman on using the web in classes, via locally designed web materials that help students prepare for quizzes and tests and increase their access to information needed to succeed in the course.

  • Thursday, February 1, 2001
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wertz Banquet Room
    Dave Heffner and the OCT Staff demonstrated Front Page 2000 and showed tips and tricks for creating web pages.

  • Thursday, February 8, 2001
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Academic Center B202
    Louisa Stone (Bloomsburg University) on using BlackBoard (one of the most used programs for creating instructional web sites) in classes.

  • Thursday, February 15, 2001
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wertz Banquet Room
    Garett Heysel on using WebCT to put critical resources and language learning tools (course related web links, virtual tours, tests, pretests, lecture notes and outlines, course calendar, class discussions and chat, etc.) on-line.

  • Tuesday, February 27, 2001
    8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Academic Center B202
    Jiulene McKnight (CAPE - Community of Agile Partners in Education) on designing syllawebs and web enhancements, comparing web course template software, and providing a pedagogy on the Web, plus a video presentation on webteaching issues.

  • Thursday, March 29, 2001
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wertz Banquet Room
    "Lilly Lunch" meeting for previous presenters and those interested in possibly presenting at the Lilly Teaching Conference and/or the Pennsylvania Summer Academy.

  • Thursday, April 5, 2001
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wertz Banquet Room
    Jane Keller, Writing Workshop "W Courses: What Works? What Doesn't?" a look at self-assessment of the writing instruction component of the W course, including ideas and techniques, questions and frustrations about the effectiveness of writing instruction.

  • Monday, April 9, 2001
    7 – 9 PM, Dean Piper's house
    Evening at the Dean's House, Charles Mahler, Coordinator, discussion of the topic "How Do We Foster an Academic Atmosphere on Campus?"

  • Thursday April 19, 2001
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wertz Banquet Room
    John Whelan and Holly Bendorf, "Teaching Awards Lunch" presentations by the recipients of last year's faculty teaching awards.

  • Thursday, May 3 and Friday, May 4, 2001
    Lycoming College Conference on Teaching Excellence, 2001 on the theme "Beyond Technique: Combining Creativity, Substance, and Passion in The Classroom', with a workshop Thursday by Peter Seldin (Distinguished Professor of Management, Pace University in New York), and over 20 presentations Friday on teaching.

Spring 2002 Teaching Effectiveness Schedule

Date, TimePresenter(s)Title/TopicLocationNotes / Food
Thursday, Feb. 7
11:45 AM - 12:50 PM
David Franz, Chris Hakala Teaching Award Recipients Luncheon Jonas Room in Wertz Hall Buffet Lunch
Friday, Feb. 8
9-11:45 AM, lunch,
then 1-4 PM
Chris Hakala, Jane Halonen Workshop on Critical Thinking Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Hall Buffet Lunch from 12:15 -1 PM, snacks in sessions
1 hour W credit
Thursday, Feb. 14
11:45 AM to 12:50 PM
Jane Keller Munching on the W Proposal Form Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Hall Buffet Lunch
1 hour W credit
Wednesday, Feb. 20
11:30 AM to 12:40 PM.
Sascha Feinstein, G.W. Hawkes Creative Writing Across the Curriculum Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Hall Buffet Lunch
1 hour W credit
Wednesday, Mar. 13
11:30 AM to 12:40 PM.
Michelle Briggs, Kathleen Chamberlain So you have to give a test? Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Hall Buffet Lunch
Wednesday, Apr. 10
7 PM
Charles Mahler Evening at the Dean's House: Teaching Tips Dean Piper's House Dessert

Thursday, February 7th, Luncheon Buffet with the 2001 Teaching Award Recipients David A. Franz and Chris Hakala, 11:45 AM to 12:50 PM, East Hall Coffeehouse. Dave hopes to do some of his famous chemical demonstrations.

Friday, February 8th, Workshop on Critical Thinking, Jane Shultz Banquet Room in Wertz Hall, 9 AM to 11:45 AM and 1 to 4 PM, with a buffet lunch provided in the Jane Shultz room, and refreshments during the sessions.

Presenters: Dr. Jane Halonen (Professor and Director of School of Psychology at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA) and Dr. Chris Hakala (Assistant Professor of Psychology at American International College, Springfield, MA).

According to Chris Hakala: "The workshop is going to be an interactive session in which we are going to try to help people develop strategies for fostering critical thinking within their respective disciplines. We are going to run it as facilitators, with some general information coming early. I think it will be informative and different from most of the other sessions at Lycoming." One hour of W credit will be offered for this workshop.

Thursday, February 14th, "Munching on the W Proposal Form" with Jane Keller, a lunch buffet in the Jane Shultz room from 11:45 AM to 12:50 PM.

The focus of this luncheon gathering will be the W Proposal Form. Is it really useful and relevant? What kind of assignments constitute informal writing, and how can a nongraded assignment be worthwhile? What ways can/should class time be structured to include emphasis on writing, especially when there is so much else to do? How can we accurately assess effectiveness of our writing instruction? Should the form be more specific? Less? Please bring your questions and even your frustrations. One hour of W workshop credit will be given to all attendees, even those with complaints.

Wednesday, February 20th, "Creative Writing Across the Curriculum", with Sascha Feinstein and G.W. Hawkes, a lunch buffet in the Jane Shultz room from 11:30 AM to 12:40 PM.

Brief, informal presentations on a few skills that writers need to learn, with skills for both the student and the professor discussed. Focus on grading and drafts and how creative writing skills can be applied to other courses. One hour of W workshop credit will be given.

Wednesday, March 13th, "So you have to give a test?" with Michelle Briggs and Kathleen Chamberlain, a lunch buffet in the Jane Shultz room from 11:30 AM to 12:40 PM.

Michelle will be doing a presentation on a testing technique she learned in the Pennsylvania Summer Academy, which she has since used and has some feedback on. Kathleen will be sharing information on including levels of thinking in tests and test item construction.

Wednesday, April 10th, "Teaching Tips - Evening at the Dean's House" coordinated by Charles Mahler at Dean Piper's house starting at 7 PM.

We will gather for an informal evening to discuss and evaluate various Teaching Tips. What tricks of the trade work for you? What have you learned from a workshop or event and want to know if anyone else has tried? What have you tried that failed or didn't work as well as you hoped? Finally, do you have any situations that you would like advice on ("Has anyone else ever had a problem with...?")? Tips and questions will be solicited beforehand by e-mail and in person at the event.

Fall Semester 2001 Schedule

Date, TimePresenter(s)Title/TopicLocationNotes / Food
Thursday, Sept. 20
11:45 AM - 1 PM
G. Heysel, E. Peluso, K. Chamberlain Web CT Revisited Snowden Lower Library Instruct. Lab Box lunch
Tuesday, Sept. 25
11:45 AM - 1 PM
H. Myers, R. Collins, S. Saunders Introduction to the FYRST Program Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Buffet Lunch
Thursday, Sept. 27
7:30 - 9 PM
J. Barrie, M. Wren, G. Knauth, S. Chodorow Panacea or Piracy? Owner-ship Issues on the Net Heim G11 Symposium cosponsored with TE, Snacks
Thursday, Oct. 11
11:45 AM - 1 PM
M. Briggs, K. Chamberlain Summer Academy Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Buffet Lunch
Wednesday, Oct. 24
4 – 5 PM
S. Ross, J. Hurlbert Lilly Practice Snowden Lower Library Instruct. Lab Library Forum, snacks
Wednesday, Oct. 31
4 – 5 PM
F. Lewes, D. Lewes Lilly Practice Snowden Lower Library Instruct. Lab Library Forum, snacks
Thursday, Nov. 8
4 – 7 PM
J. Hurlbert, J. Keller, C. Savidge, G. Smith W workshop on Process-based assignments Snowden Lower Library Instruct. Lab for workshop Dinner 5:30 to 6:30 PM, Jane Schultz Room in Wertz
Thursday, Nov. 15
11:45 AM -1 PM
C. Mahler, TBA Fostering Academic Community on Campus Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Buffet Lunch

The first event will be a box luncheon in the Snowden Lower Library Instructional Lab on Thursday Sept 20, with Garret Heysel (French), Eileen Peluso (Mathematics and Computer Science), and Kathleen Chamberlain (Education) speaking on their experiences using Web CT in the classroom here at Lycoming in "Web CT Revisited". The program runs from 11:45 AM to 12:50 PM. We plan to eat from 11:45 AM to a little after noon, and meet from 12:10 to 12:50 PM. Late arrivals and early departures are OK. This event is a follow-up to last Spring's Teaching Effectiveness series (presented jointly with the Academic Computing Committee) entitled "New Ways To Do Old Things – Better".

A buffet lunch on Tues. Sept 25 will feature Heather Myers (Student Life and FYRST Program Coordinator), Sue Saunders (Dean of Students), and Regina Collins (Freshman Dean) speaking on the FYRST program and other Student Affairs efforts to support students' academic lives, from 11:45 AM to 12:50 PM in the Jane Schultz Banquet room in Wertz. This event is a follow-up to last Spring's Teaching Effectiveness program on fostering an academic environment on campus.

The next event is cosponsored with the Lycoming College Fall Symposium, "You did WHAT on the Internet? Challenges and choices in cyberspace". The symposium "Panacea or Piracy? Ownership Issues on the Net" will be held Thursday, September 27 in Room G-11 of the Heim Building, from 7:30 to 9:00 PM.

A buffet lunch on Thurs. Oct. 11 will feature Michelle Briggs (Biology) and Kathleen Chamberlain (Education) speaking on their experiences in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Summer Academy program, from 11:45 AM to 12:50 PM in the Jane Schultz Banquet room in Wertz.

A Library Forum on Wed. Oct 24, from 4 –5 PM will feature Susan Ross (Sociology) and Janet Hurlbert (Snowden Library) practicing their presentation for this year's Lilly Conference. The program will be held in the Snowden Lower Library Instructional Lab, and snacks will be provided.

A Library Forum on Wed. Oct 31, from 4 –5 PM will feature Folly Lewes (English, Football) and assistant Darby Lewes (English) practicing their presentation for this year's Lilly Conference. The program will be held in the Snowden Lower Library Instructional Lab, and snacks will be provided.

On Thurs. Nov 8, from 4 – 7 PM, Jane Keller (Writing Center), Janet Hurlbert, Cate Savidge, and Georgia Smith (all Snowden Library) will present a workshop on process-based assignments for W credit in the Snowden Lower Library Instructional Lab. Dinner will be provided from 5:30 to 6:30 PM, in the Jane Schultz Room in Wertz.

Finally, a buffet lunch on Thurs. Nov. 15 will feature Charles Mahler (Chemistry) and others leading a discussion on fostering an academic environment on campus, from 11:45 AM to 12:50 PM in the Jane Schultz Banquet room in Wertz. This event is a follow-up to last Spring's Teaching Effectiveness program on fostering an academic environment on campus.

NOTE: For all luncheon meetings, we plan to eat from 11:45 AM to a little after noon, and meet from 12:10 to 12:50 PM. Late arrivals and early departures are OK.

All faculty and staff are welcome. If you plan on attending an event, please let Barb Horn know by noon by one week before at x4010 or horn@lycoming.edu.

Spring 2002 TE Schedule

Date, TimePresenter(s)Title/TopicLocationNotes / Food
Thursday, Feb. 7
11:45 AM - 12:50 PM
David Franz, Chris Hakala Teaching Award Recipients Luncheon Jonas Room in Wertz Hall Buffet Lunch
Friday, Feb. 8
9-11:45 AM, lunch,
then 1-4 PM
Chris Hakala, Jane Halonen Workshop on Critical Thinking Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Hall Buffet Lunch from 12:15 - 1 PM, snacks in sessions
1 hour W credit
Thursday, Feb. 14
11:45 AM to 12:50 PM
Jane Keller Munching on the W Proposal Form Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Hall Buffet Lunch
1 hour W credit
Wednesday, Feb. 20
11:30 AM to 12:40 PM.
Sascha Feinstein, G.W. Hawkes Creative Writing Across the Curriculum Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Hall Buffet Lunch
1 hour W credit
Wednesday, Mar. 13
11:30 AM to 12:40 PM.
Michelle Briggs, Kathleen Chamberlain So you have to give a test? Jane Schultz Room in Wertz Hall Buffet Lunch
Wednesday, Apr. 10
7 PM
Charles Mahler Evening at the Dean's House: Teaching Tips Dean Piper's house Dessert

Teaching Effectiveness Schedule — Fall 2002

October

  • 7 — 3:45 - 4:45 p.m. B202 Academic Center (Space limited)
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by Oct. 4
    CAPE Virtual Get Together * Topic: The Power of Using Handheld Computers in Education. Presenter: Amy Millard Mann, VP of Education and Direction of K12 Handhelds, Eastern Division

  • 10 — Jane Schultz Room 11:30 - 12:50 Buffet Luncheon
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by Oct. 7
    Ms. Diane Langley, Visiting Instructor in Business Administration* Classroom Environments, Your Students, and You. Students (& co-workers) are motivated by various styles of messages and environments. Some people are "bottom line" learners and need to be constantly challenged. Other students may talk non-stop, need assistance to focus…and learn better through stories and analogies. A large portion of students will never raise their hands but always have an answer if only you would ask. How can you meet everyone's needs, keep motivated, and expand on your teaching skills? Join Diane as she helps you "read your students," adjust your message for more positive interactions and create a profile of your class needs. You'll also learn how you (...yes, you...) could be misunderstood. Don't miss it!

  • 16 — 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. B202 Academic Center (Space limited)
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by Oct. 14
    CAPE Virtual Get Together * Topic: Effective Online Teaching in the LIVE Virtual Classroom. Presenter: HorizonLive, Inc. "The Most Effective Environment for LIVE Teaching and Learning"

  • 24 — 11:30 - 12:50 Buffet Luncheon Jane Schultz Room
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by Oct. 21
    Mr. Dan Hartsock, Director Academic Resource Center * Services for Students with Disabilities at Lycoming College. Dan will discuss issues related to services for students with disabilities. In particular: What services are provided? What are the roles of faculty? What are the roles of students? What laws or guidelines determine our programs?

November

  • 7 — 11:30 - 12:50 Buffet Luncheon Jane Schultz Room
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by Nov. 2
    Dr. Kathleen Pagana, Facilitator * Follow-up on Problem Based Learning. Approximately one-third of our faculty attended the August Workshop during which Dr. George Watson of the University of Delaware presented information about PBL. Many of those attending suggested that we continue our discussions about this teaching strategy. During this luncheon, we will revisit Problem Based Learning and some of our faculty who use PBL will share their experiences. We hope this will be an interactive exchange of ideas.

  • 14 — 11:30 - 12:50 Box Lunch in the Library Lab
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by Nov. 11
    Ms. Georgia Smith, Library Services and Ms. Robin Knauth, Instructor of Religion * Turnitin.com Update This session is co-sponsored by ITS and the Library and will address current issues related to plagiarism and the Turnitin program. Take a break from Phase II registration. Enjoy your lunch with colleagues and join in the discussion.

  • 21 — 11:30 - 12:50 Buffet Luncheon Jane Schultz Room
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by Nov. 18
    Jane Keller, Assistant Director Academic Resource Center * "Our W Professors Ask..." In this workshop we will attempt to respond to the incisive, challenging questions asked by the W professors, both aspiring and seasoned, at the WAC workshop held on August 21st. The participants sought answers about improved techniques for writing assessment, course assessment, effective peer review, building an appreciation of writing, assigning work that meets the goals of the WAC program, and many more topics. We did not have a chance to answer them all then but will make another try. Please join us, even if, or especially if, you did not attend the August 21st workshop.

Teaching Effectiveness Schedule — Spring 2003

January

  • 30 — 11:30 - 12:50 Buffet Luncheon Jane Schultz Room
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by Jan. 27
    Dr. Santu de Silva, Assistant Professor of Mathematics * Summer Academy Santu will discuss his experiences at the 2002 Summer Academy sponsored by the State System of Higher Education. Over the years, many of our faculty members have had the opportunity to attend this week-long workshop. Santu will share how he is using what he learned.

February

  • 13 — 11:30 - 12:50 Buffet Luncheon Jane Schultz Room
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by Feb. 10
    Dr. Howard Berthold, Associate Professor of Psychology and Dr. Susan Ross, Assistant Professor of Sociology * Faculty Award Winners Dr. Berthold, 2002 Senior Faculty Award winner, and Dr. Ross, 2002 Junior Faculty Award winner, will speak to the faculty about their perspectives on teaching.

  • 27 — 11:30 - 12:50 Buffet Luncheon Jane Schultz Room
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by Feb. 24
    Jane Keller, Director of Writing Center * By Request: Responding to the Needs of W Course Instructors The content of this workshop will be determined as the year progresses and questions arise about the W course requirements. You may submit your questions to Jane throughout the year. (Note: You won't have to wait till the workshop to get your answer!) A detailed description will be provided prior to the workshop.

March

  • 13 — 11:30 - 12:50 Buffet Luncheon Jane Schultz Room
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by March 10
    Drs. Susan Alexander, Associate Professor of Sociology; Sue Kelley, Assistant Professor of Psychology; and Howard Berthold, Associate Professor of Psychology * Panel Discussion: Service Learning Opportunities Service Learning provides opportunities for students to tie classroom knowledge to community involvement. Panel members will discuss their experiences with service learning components in their disciplines.

April

  • 3 — (tentative) 7:00 p.m. at the home of Dr. John Piper
    Register with Barb Horn (horn@lycoming.edu) by March 31
    Challenges Ahead: The Mission of the College in Action * The mission of the college is to provide a distinguished baccalaureate education in the liberal arts within a coeducational, supportive, residential setting through programs that develop communication and critical thinking skills; foster self-awareness while increasing receptivity to new concepts and perspectives; explore literary and scientific traditions, cultivate an aesthetic sensibility, elicit social responsibility, promote racial inclusiveness, gender equality, and an appreciation of cultural diversity; and produce leadership for the institutions of society. We will discuss: How are we doing? Where would we like to be? How will we get there?

Teaching Effectiveness Schedule — Fall 2003

  • Thursday, October 2 - 11:30 Jonas Room
    Reading in the College Classroom
    Dr. Rachael Hungerford and Dr. Mike Roskin - In response to the interest generated at our Conference on Teaching Excellence in the spring of 2003, Drs. Hungerford and Roskin presented their ideas and expertise on a topic that we all address in our classes.

  • Thursday, October 16 Schultz Room
    A Follow-up on Dr. Eder's CTE 2003 Presentation
    We took this time to review the impact of Dr. Eder's presentation at the spring conference.

  • Thursday, November 13 11:30 Schultz Room
    Faculty Award Winners
    Dr. Kathleen Chamberlain and Dr. Mehrdad Madresehee, last year's Faculty Award Winners, spoke about their teaching ideas and interests.

  • Friday, November 20 10:00 Schultz Room
    Rubrics Workshop
    Dr. Susan Beery and Dr. Kathleen Chamberlain,in response to requests for a hands-on workshop about developing rubrics, presented a two hour workshop for faculty to collaborate and develop rubrics that could be used in their classes.

Teaching Effectiveness Schedule — Spring 2004

  • Friday , January 16 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Schultz Room
    Dr. Andrea Lundsford, Stanford University
    Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Writing throughout the College Years.

  • Friday, February 20, 11:30 Schultz Room
    A Follow-up on Andrea Lundsford's Presentation
    We had an opportunity to reflect upon what Dr. Lundsford shared in her workshop.

  • Thursday, March 18 11:30 Schultz Room
    During My Summer Vacation I Learned How to Teach
    Dr. Susan Beery shared her experiences at the SSHEE Summer Academy and conducted a follow-up on the rubric workshop held last fall.

  • Monday, April 19 7 p.m.
    An Evening at the Dean's