Friday, February 17, 2017

Teaching Roundtable with Dr. Tania Mitchell, "Power Privilege and Diversity through the Lens of Service-Learning"

Come hear Tania Mitchell lead a discussion that focuses on a critical analysis of how power, privilege, and diversity can be explored through the lenses of service-learning, with special attention to potential learning outcomes and some the complications with a service-learning pedagogy.


Friday, February 3, 2017

Higher Education Seminar Series: Managing DePauw's Enrollment at a Critcal Juncture; Strategies for Spring 2017 and Beyond." with Cindy Babington and Mark McCoy

Many liberal arts colleges are struggling to make their classes consistently. The strategy of raising tuition and holding merit awards more or less static is no longer producing the desired results in terms of class size and tuition revenue. In this session, Cindy and Mark will place DePauw within the national context and discuss strategies for meeting enrollment goals this spring and in the future. 


Friday, January 27, 2017

Faculty Forum with Dr. Eric Wetzel, Director of the Global Health Initiative at Wabash College, "The Wabash Global Health Initiative: Connecting the Local to the Global in Global Health Research"

Dr. Eric Wetzel will talk about the way the Wabash Global Health Initiative (GHI) impacts the lives of students through real-world education and the service it provides in undeserved communities.


Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Professional Development Roundtable with Bruce Sanders and Rick Provine, "Open Access and Scholarship"

DePauw has an Open Access Policy. What does that mean for you? We will discuss what it is, what it isn't, how it works and why its important. Find out how the libraries can assist you to retain your author's rights and enhance the visibility of your work.


Friday, November 11, 2016

Workshop with Dr. Kathleen Blake Yancey, "Designing Writing for Learning, What's in it for My Discipline and my Students?"

Through this workshop, Yancey, Composition/Rhetoric Teacher/Scholar, will help us contextualize our perspectives in terms of recent writing composition studies/theory and help us think more intentionally about why we do what we do.