|Libby Rankin SoTL Lecture Series concludes March 29|
The Office of Instructional Development launched the Libby Rankin Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Lecture Series this spring. Libby envisioned this series as a campus-wide conversation on the process of inquiry into better teaching. While other speaker series focus on the results of research or scholarly activity, the series will also focus on what questions prompt scholars to look into their teaching and their students learning more deeply, what methods of inquiry they used, what they learned from the experience, and how their teaching has changed as a result.
Patti Alleva, the Rodney and Betty Webb Professor of Law and a Bush Teaching Scholar, will give our last presentation of the series Thursday, March 29, in the East Asian Room, Chester Fritz Library. Alleva will present “Learning for Life: The Imperative of Self-Awareness in Teaching and Practicing,” from 4 to 5:30 p.m. A reception will precede her talk at 3:30 p.m.
Please join us for food, an interesting talk and lively discussion on topics of interest to faculty from all disciplines.
-- Anne Kelsch, Assistant Professor, History, email@example.com, 7-6489