ROLE Roundup – final call to join a group

Six new ROLE (Rethinking Our Learning Environments) groups are being formed this spring. Come to the Faculty Development Center tomorrow, Friday, January 16th, from 12:30-1:30 pm for some lunch, to pick up a free copy of the book ”Learner-Centered Teaching: Five Key Changes to Practice”, and to sign up for a group that fits into your schedule.

How Can I Learn Student Names?

Join us tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 16, at 11:30 a.m. in the Faculty Development Center to view this 20-minute video together. Or e-mail for the subscription code to gain individual access for a year to over 100 videos on a variety of faculty development topics.

Two “Retire Smart, Retire Happy” books left

Join us at 2 p.m. today in the Faculty Development Center in a conversation about preparing for retirement, not in a financial sense, but in terms of one’s purpose and contributions before, leading up to, and after retirement. It is never too early to plan for multiple transitions in one’s career and life. The remaining copies of the book will […]

STEM Teaching Toolbox session – today at 3 in the FDC

Hear from faculty about handy software to use in your courses: Adam Goyt will share information about LaTex; Damiano Fulghesu will talk about creating graphs of functions using Grapher and Geogebra; John Buncher will present information on Inkscape and Gimp; and Erdenebaater Chadraa will talk about ‘R’, an open source statistical package.