- March 13: Teachers Talking Technology
- March 14: Multiple Strategies for Multi-lingual Writers Workshop
- March 14: Reacting to the Past Regional Conference
- March 18: Teachers Talking
- March 20: New Faculty Orientation Session
- March 21: Faculty Shop Talk
- March 22: Faculty Writing Retreat
- March 22: Faculty Writing Retreat at ASI
- April 7: Majors/Minors Fair
- April 11: Faculty Shop Talk
- April 12: Faculty Writing Retreat
- April 12: Faculty Writing Retreat at ASI
- April 15: Teachers Talking Technology
- April 15: Showcase for Community-Engaged Scholarship
- April 16: Teachers Talking Writing
- April 17: New Faculty Orientation Session
- April 23: Teachers Talking
- April 23: New Faculty Mentor Mentee Social
- April 25: Faculty Shop Talk
- May 2: Celebration of Creative Inquiry
- May 8: New Faculty Orientation Session
- May 10: Faculty Writing Retreat
- May 10: Faculty Writing Retreat at ASI
- Alisa Rosenthal — x7437
- Kyle Chambers, Faculty Associate for Technology — x7063
- Kate Keller, Faculty Associate for Evidence-Based Learning — x7432
- Tom Huber, Undergraduate Research — x7036
- Paul Saulnier, New Faculty Programming — x6123
- Cathy Blaukat — x6227
Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
- The John S. Kendall Center for Engaged Learning is located in Beck Hall, Room 103
May 1: The Celebration of Creative Inquiry
On May 1, join us for The Celebration of Creative Inquiry from 5 to 7 p.m. (Campus Center). Come and see and hear students from across campus present their research, scholarship, and creative work. More than 100 projects representing a wide variety of disciplines will be on display in this inspiring academic event.
Join us on Thursday, May 7 for Teachers Talking - Gearing Up for Summer Research, Scholarship, & Creative Work.Ever wonder how to put together an edited volume? What reviewers or jurors look for in judging scholarly or creative work? How does one become a reviewer for a fellowship panel? Come with your questions and your answers, and your willingness to serve as resources for colleagues.
Final Friday Faculty Social
All faculty are invited to the Final Friday Faculty Social on May 15 in Alumni Hall from 4 to 6 p.m. Refreshments will be provided. Hosted by the John.S Kendall Center for Engaged Learning.
2010-2011 Fulbright Scholar Programs
The awards for the Fulbright Scholar programs are now available on the Fulbright website. Lecturing, research, and lecturing/research awards are available, for a semester or a full-year, in countries all over the world.
Please assist us in reconciling the faculty professional travel funds by submitting your receipts for completed travel at your earliest convenience. The end of the fiscal year is May 31st. And if you are planning a trip, please submit your application as early as possible. Forms and guidelines for travel funds are available online on the Kendall Center website. Thank you
Library Books Available
The Kendall Center library collection is in the library and is available to faculty. Please visit the Kendall Center website, under Library Resources, to view the full list.
Thank you to the following faculty, staff, and administrators for sharing their expertise, experiences, ideas, and time this year in programs sponsored by the Kendall Center for Engaged Learning. Click the "more" link to view list.
The following are some of the ways faculty have participated in Kendall Center faculty professional development programs this year; the Kendall Center looks forward to a new year of providing opportunities for faculty in their scholarship, research, creative work, and their teaching. Please click on "more" to see the list.
Mark your calendars!
It's never too early to think about August: mark your calendars for new tenure-track orientation on August 31; new faculty orientation on September 1; and Faculty Development Day on September 2.
Journal Info Site
The Journal Info site from Lund University, Sweden helps researchers not only identify journals in a given field, but assess how likely they will be available to readers by giving library subscription cost, whether it allows open access or self-archiving, and alternatives that do.
The Student Assessment of their Learning Gains (SALG) website allows instructors to gather learning-focused feedback from students. The SALG survey asks students to rate how each component of a course (e.g., textbook, collaborative work, labs) helped them to learn, and to rate their gains toward achieving the course goals. The SALG survey can be customized to fit any college-level course, and can be administered multiple times per course.
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