Faculty Advancement Series Events Announced

The Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence is offering the following Faculty Advancement Series events. Please register (under “Faculty Advancement-Fac & Staf”) if you plan to attend.

Grant Opportunities from the CTLE
Presenters: Karen Brady, Ed.D., (OT) and David Dzurec, Ph.D. (History)

Join two of your colleagues who recently received CTLE grants to enhance teaching and learning. Drs. Brady and Dzurec will share their approach to creating successful applications for Teaching Enhancement Grants and Online Course Development Stipends.

Date: Thursday, Sept. 27
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Location: LSC, room 591
Lunch will be served.

Teaching an Online Counseling Course: A Faculty Member’s Perspective
Presenter: Kevin Wilkerson, PhD. (Counseling)

After receiving a Development Stipend for an online course from the CTLE, Dr. Wilkerson modified an existing counseling course and successfully taught it in an online format. Please join Dr. Wilkerson as he will share his experiences regarding the course design, the approach he used with his online students and the takeaways after having taught online.

Date: Thursday, Oct. 18
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Location: LSC, room 591
Lunch will be served.

Teaching an Online History Course: A Faculty Member’s Perspective
Presenter: Sean Brennan, Ph.D. (History)

After receiving a Development Stipend for an online course from the CTLE, Dr. Brennan modified an existing history course and successfully taught it in an online format. Please join Dr. Brennan as he will share his experiences regarding the course design, the approach he used with his online students and the takeaways after having taught online.

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 23
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Location: LSC, room 591
Lunch will be served.

Pilgrimage to Africa: A Documentary Film and a Faculty Member’s Perspective
Presenter: Kimberly Pavlick, Ph.D. (Communication)

After receiving a Teaching Enhancement Grant from the CTLE, Dr. Pavlick used the funds for a theology elective course (Christianity in Africa) to facilitate a more interdisciplinary offering for students by incorporating multi-media documentation of the students during their pilgrimage to Africa. Please join Dr. Pavlick as she will share the documentary film based on the students’ experiences.

Date: Thursday, Oct. 25
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Location: LSC, room 591
Lunch will be served.

iPad in Teaching and Learning: A Faculty Member’s Perspective
Presenter: Sharon Hudacek, Ed.D. (Nursing)

After receiving a Teaching Enhancement Grant from the CTLE, Dr. Hudacek purchased an iPad for use in the classroom. Please join Dr. Hudacek as she will share her experiences regarding the use of the iPad in a clinical setting to benefit both patients and students.

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 30
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Location: LSC, room 591
Lunch will be served.

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