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

January 29: Note-taking Roundup: How to Prepare Students to Take Effective Notes

Sue Hannaford (Biology)
Darcy Irvin (English)
Heather White (Gender & Queer Studies and Religious Studies)
Moderator: Julie Christoph (CWLT and English)

February 5: Beyond Extra Credit: Campus Engagement as Pedagogical Strategy

Institutional Research Colleagues
Moderator: Ellen Peters (Institutional Research)

February 12: Lessons Learned from the Integrated Learning and Signature Work Institute

Experiential Learning Colleagues
Moderator: Renee Houston (Experiential Learning)

February 19: The Cost of Higher Education: Textbook Affordability and Open Educational Resources in Your Classroom

Rob Beezer (Math)
Kelly Brown (CHWS)
America Chambers (Mathematics & Computer Science)
Jo Crane (Chemistry)
Kristi Dopp (Logger Store)
John Hickey (Executive Director of Community Engagement and Associate Vice President for Business Services)
Rob Hutchinson (Music)
Ben Tucker (Library)
Derek West (Logger Store)
Moderator: Jane Carlin (Library)

February 26: "But I Never Cite Wikipedia": How to Facilitate Conversations With Students About Academic Integrity

Francoise Belot (French)
Kristen Johnson (Science, Technology & Society)
Andrea Klyn (Library)
Ben Tromley (History)
Moderator: TBA

March 4: Mentoring Models: Learning from Puget Sound Colleagues

Vivie Nguyen (CICE)
Ariela Tubert (Philosophy and POSSE)
Melvin Rouse (Psychology and Access Programs)
Elizabeth Wormsbecker (CES)
Moderator: Landon Wade (Academic Advising)

March 11: Bookends Recruitment (click this link to see the slides from the virtual session)

Justin Canny (Orientation)
Regina Duthely (English)
Alistair MacRae (Music)
Brett Rogers (Classics)
Eric Scharrer (Chemistry)
Rachael Shelden (CWLT)
Peter Sullivan (Economics)
Carolyn Weisz (Psychology)
Moderator: Julie Christoph (CWLT and English)

Starting March 17, we are suspending our regular Wednesdays at 4 programming and will be meeting virtually online with a mix of programming and unprogrammed opportunities to share ideas with colleagues about teaching in the online environment during the coronavirus crisis.