The Center for Teaching, Research & Learning sponsors two or three conversational lunches per semester focused on topics of special interest to Faculty. Past Noontime Conversations have included Teaching First Year Students, Addressing Students' Stress and Mental Health Issues, Active Learning: Why It Matters, and Problem Based Learning. If you have a particular issue you would like to share with faculty in this venue, please contact Anna Olsson, at x6077.
Examining Classroom Dynamics: Responding to Students
We will look at the ways that students interact with faculty and with their peers and explore strategies to support the needs of both. The panel discussion will be moderated by Rob Hradsky, Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students in the Office of Campus Life. Additional panelists: Kevin Barrett (Police Captain, Public Safety), and a panel of faculty and staff, Andrea Brenner (Sociology) & Deborah DeMille-Wagman (Director, Academic & Disability Support Academic Support and Access Center)