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Faculty Institute

Faculty Institute Schedule

Day 1 – Thursday, May 17th

Time

Activity

Room

8:30am

Breakfast

Gottesman Room

9:00am

Welcome & Overview of the Day
Jim Stenerson

9:30am - 10:30am

Keynote

Innovative Strategies to Foster Critical Thinking & Transfer Knowledge and Skills to the Real World
Kristen Betts

10:30am

Break

Concurrent Faculty Presentations

10:45am - 11:30am

Innovative Strategies to Foster Critical Thinking & Transfer Knowledge and Skills to the Real World Workshop
Kristen Betts

Miller 10

Cyber-Arcade: An Innovative Approach to Promote Cybersecurity and Engage Women to Pursue STEM Pathways
Pauline Mosley, Li-Chiou Chen

Gottesman

Lost in Conversation: Co-creating Classroom Communities for Meaning-making and Discovery
Gwen Lowenheim

Miller 12

11:30am

Break

11:45am - 12:30pm

Diversity and Language: International Students in the University Classroom
Amanda Meier

Miller 10

Practical Skills for Enhancing Critical Thinking in the Classroom
Erica Connerney

Miller 11

Civic Engagement for the Future Criminal Justice Professional: Serving the Underserved in a Correctional Setting
Kimberly Collica-Cox
Students: Junwoo Moon, Arianna Revelliac

Miller 12

12:30pm - 1:30pm

Lunch

Gottesman Room

Concurrent Faculty Presentations

1:45pm – 2:45pm

Using media and experiential learning strategies to identify and address cultural biases in assessment and psychotherapy
Maren Westphal
 
Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Good: Teaching Critical Evaluation of Information
Sarah Cohn, Gina Levitan

Miller 10

Strategies for enhancing student engagement and critical thinking
Shobana Musti-Rao
Students: Rachel Rothchild, Coral DiMichele, Camilla Sibiga, Nadia Lifrieri
 
Enhancing Student Engagement & Critical Thinking in Chemistry Courses Using iPad Apps
Karen Caldwell, Joseph Krumpfer

Miller 11

Promoting Open-Minded Inquiry In and Out of the Classroom
Sophie Kaufman, Sue Maxam

Miller 12

2:45pm

Break

2:55pm – 3:40pm

Expanding Learning of STEM Students through Opportunities with Marginalized Populations
James Lawler, Anthony Joseph

Miller 10

Managing the Challenges of Difficult Classroom Conversations
Rachel Simon

Miller 11

How Consistency in Online Learning Can Contribute to Student Critical Thinking and Learning: The Story of the Public Administration Department
Gina Scutelnicu, Rebecca Tekula, Beth Gordon, Hillary Knepper
Student: Victoria Gonzalez
Miller 12
 

3:30pm - 4:30pm

Networking Reception

Gottesman

Day 2 – Friday, May 17th

Time

Activity

Room

8:30am

Breakfast

Gottesman

9:00am

Welcome & Overview of the Day
Jim Stenerson

Provost's Welcome
Nira Herrmann

9:15am - 10:00am

KEYNOTE

Who We Are Is How We Teach
Mara Lee Grayson

Concurrent Faculty Presentations

10:15am - 11:00am

Strategies for Implementing an Inclusive, Antiracist Curriculum in English 120 Honors
Mara Lee Grayson

Miller 10

Critical-Making: Materialization as an Alternate Mode for Concept Work
Luke Cantarella, Jillian McDonald

Miller 11

“What’s my professor doing here?” Expanding the Boundaries of Learning - Faculty Engagement in the Residence Halls
Emily Bent, Brian Evans, Keith Gorman, Michael Finewood, Pamela Fuentes, April Keane

Miller 27

11:00am

Break

Concurrent Faculty Presentations

11:10am – 11:55am

Collaboration and story-telling as tools for expanding experimentation and critical thinking in the studio context
Linda Herritt, Jillian McDonald

Miller 10

Developing Critical Reading Skills in Social Sciences: A Case Study
Anna Shostya, Joseph Morreale
Students: Mariana Villada, Gregory Coleman, Edgar Yanez
Miller 11
So You Want to Change the World? Best Practices for Social Justice in the Classroom
Emily Bent

Miller 12

11:55am

Break

12:05am - 1:05pm

Incorporating Current Event Analysis and Blogging Into the Classroom
Courtney Gosnell
 
Critical Thinking and Academic Integrity in the Age of Online Information and Social Media
Lisa Farber

Miller 10

A Program for Fostering the Development of Critical Thinking in Students in Freshman Composition Courses
Harold Ingram
 
LIFE MAPS: Personal strategy planning for student success
Francisco Quevedo

Miller 11

Saving a course by engaging with students in and beyond the classroom
Adelia Williams, Harold Brown
 
It is About the Students: What is Critical Thinking? the Criminal Justice Department’s Pace Path
Joseph Ryan, Kimberly Collica-Cox
Miller 12
1:05pm BBQ Lunch

Gottesman Patio