Month: October 2017


LUNCH AND LEARN: Teaching Gen Z and Millennials – Entitlement or Just Changing Expectations?  (Thursday, November 9, 2017, Noon – 1:00 pm)

Whatever you call the current generation of 18-22 year old college students, there’s a sense that they bring different expectations to the classroom. In this luncheon workshop, we’ll explore some research about whether and how “students these days” really are different compared with previous generations.  We’ll also share and discuss ways to best acknowledge, address, and even use those differences to improve learning. Lunch will be provided to those who register by Monday, November 6Click here to register.

CTL INSTRUCTIONAL AWARD PRESENTATION SERIES: Glen Archer, 2017 Large Class Teaching Award, “Large Sections: Scaling without Compromise….Mostly….” (Thursday, November 30, 2017, 3:00-4:00 pm)

In this third and final presentation of our new fall award series, Glen Archer, Principal Lecturer and Associate Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering will share tips, tricks and tools that he has used to engage and inspire both undergraduates in his large “Circuits-for-Muggles” course and graduate teaching assistants working in large enrollment labs.   Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from and recognize his success! Coffee and light refreshments will be available to those who register by Wednesday, November 29.  Click here to register.