Monday, Dec. 10 | 4-5 p.m. | CMU 203 Donna Brown, Chief Diversity Officer and Marsha Weber, Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs, invite all faculty, staff and students to participate in a Focus Group to discuss the delivery of curriculum/instruction that is culturally relevant and inclusive. The Focus Group will be held on Monday, Dec. 10, 4-5 p.m. in […]
Joshua Behl, assistant professor in the Professional Management Department, has been recognized by the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance for his curriculum. His work, “Microsoft Dynamics CRM Project Service Module Curriculum Package,” has been selected as this year’s honorable mention for the Curriculum award. The Curriculum Award ceremony is scheduled for Monday, June 19 at the Microsoft Redmond campus.
The Liberal Arts and Science Curriculum (APAC Proposal CPN 13.10v3) can be viewed at the APAC website or by linking directly to the document.
As part of the Library’s 50th anniversary celebration, the Library is now featuring best-sellers of the 1990s. Titles now on display include Walter Cronkite’s A Reporter’s Life, John Grisham’s The Client, and The Kitchen God’s Wife by Amy Tan. This exhibit is located in the Circulation area on first floor. In addition, the Curriculum Materials Center located on the second […]
Women’s Studies faculty Claudia Murphy and Linda Fuselier were invited to present their research on Women’s Studies and science curriculum innovations at the Mellon 23 workshop “Feminism and Science” in Claremont Calif. Murphy and Fuselier are leading curriculum advancement through the integration of science into Women’s Studies.