Increasing Capacity: Network Communications and Promotion
Building Programs & Establishing a Presence: Courses * Diversity in the College Classroom * Effective Uses of Technology in Teaching and Learning * The College Classroom * Preparation for Teaching * Teaching and Learning Science: Revealing Student Thinking and Conceptual Obstacles to Learning * How Teams Work and How to Work Better in Teams * Research Mentor Training
Select Coffee Hour Topics, 2010-2011 Where do you want to work? Teaching and research at different institutions What to know about tenure and promotion BEFORE applying for a job The interview process: What to expect and how to prepare Making the transition from graduate student to assistant faculty Building Programs & Establishing a Presence: Virtual Coffee Hours
Recent Coffee Hour Are the tenure requirements at your institutions clear/transparent? What resources did you use to find your current positions (e.g. The Chronicle) How much freedom do you feel to develop courses that are not the standard courses usually offered? Do you feel that you were able to develop an adequate research program without having the postdoc? Is your research based on what you did in graduate school? Do you have adequate access to peer-reviewed journals through your university library database?
Building Programs & Establishing a Presence: Network Exchange Program Tim Wagner, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences University of Wisconsin Madison to Texas A&M University Jeff Klukas, Physics Department University of Wisconsin Madison to University of Colorado at Boulder Malia Dong, Department of Plant Biology Michigan State University to University of Wisconsin Madison Robert Montgomery, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Michigan State University to University of Wisconsin Madison
Alumni Connections College of Idaho, Madison Area Technical College, University of Dubuque, University of Michigan, Pacific University of Oregon, Augustana College, University of New Hampshire, Carleton College, Unity College, UW Rock County, Cornish College of the Arts… CIRTL Capstone Seminar: Assessing Student Learning CIRTL Capstone Seminar: Assessing Student Learning Building Programs & Establishing a Presence: Other Programs CIRTL Capstone Seminar Engaging Students in Learning Through Diversity (LtD) Using Environmental Case Studies June 9, 2010 – Dr. Bruce Herbert, Professor of Geology & Geophysics, Texas A&M University CIRTLCasts
Attracting and Supporting Engagement Develop Online Learning Communities: TAR, Diversity, Technology Amplify Impact of Online Programs Build Network Alumni Community The Work Ahead :