Wednesdays at 4: Spring 2016

FACULTY and Staff ARE INVITED TO JOIN US FOR CONVERSATION AND APPETIZERS AT OUR WEEKLY SESSIONS OF WEDNESDAYS AT 4 AT THE CWLT.

February 3: Engaging Students Using Social Media in the Classroom

Nick Brody (Communications Studies)
Alison Walker (English)

February 10: Opening the Archive: Teaching with Special Collections across Disciplines

Amy Fisher (Science, Technology, and Society)
Katie Henningsen (Library)
Tiffany MacBain (English)

February 17Advocates for Institutional Change: Why Should Faculty and Staff Care about this Movement?

Amanda Diaz
Rachel Greiner
Nikita New
Jae Bates
Rory Wong Jacobs
Moderator: Grace Livingston (African American Studies)

February 24: Designing and Using Exams for Student Learning

Andrew Monaco (Economics)
Katherine Smith (History)
Dan Burgard (Chemistry)

March 2: What Do Faculty Tell Us About SSI1?

Nick Brody (Communication Studies)
Peggy Burge (Library)
Gwynne Brown (School of Music)
Priti Joshi (English)
Moderator: Julie Christoph (English & CWLT)

March 9: Prelude Info Session for New Prelude Faculty

March 23: How Do I Incorporate Experiential Learning in My Class?

Monica DeHart (Sociology and Anthropology)
Robin Jacobson (Politics and Government)
Anne James (Occupational Therapy)
Brett Rogers (Classics)
Dan Sherman (Politics and Government & Environmental Policy and Decision Making)
Mark Gilbert (Experiential Learning Program Assistant)
Moderator: Terry Beck (Education)

March 30: Designing Effective Group and Collaborative Assignments

Lynnette Claire (Business and Leadership)
Alyce DeMarais (Biology)
Jess Smith (Theatre Arts)

April 6: Race and Pedagogy: The Institute and You

Moderator: Grace Livingston (African American Studies)

April 13: Digital Humanities: A Chat about Some New Projects

Nese Devenot (Post-Doctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities)
Andrew Gomez (Post-Doctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities)
Peggy Burge (Library)

April 20: Reflective Practices in Class

Rachel DeMotts (Politics and Government & Environmental Policy and Decision Making)
Dan Sherman (Politics and Government & Environmental Policy and Decision Making)

April 27: Celebrating Scholarly and Creative Accomplishment by Puget Sound Faculty and Staff

This week: Session in the Tahoma Room!