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The Preparing Future Faculty Retreat gives graduate students and post-docs an overview of Preparing Future Faculty classes. While a session on interactive teaching touches on the issues raised in GRAD 8101, participants get a preview of GRAD 8102 with a workshop on preparing for the academic job search and a panel of faculty members from neighboring colleges and universities. The retreat is held in mid-January and mid-May.
May 21, 12 noon - 4:30 p.m. More Information can be found here.
Professor Connie Lu, alumna of the Center's 2010-2011 Early Career Teaching Program, has received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation. The CAREER program is NSF’s most prestigious award for junior faculty members.
Professor Dona Schwartz, alumna of Center's 2006-2007 Mid-Career Teaching Program, has received a 2013 Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota States Arts Board.
May is MOOC Month (and so is June)During the coming weeks, our blog posts will focus on MOOCs--the who, what, why, when, where and how of MOOCs within the higher education landscape generally and here at the U. We open with thinking about guiding metaphors for learning/learners, then move on to the U’s Coursera MOOCs, and wrap with a sequences of posts breaking down the words and ways of MOOCing.
Visit our TILT blog to read more about it.
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