Lunch and Learn


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After another successful series last academic year, Lunch and Learn - Faculty Conversations on Teaching, returns for 2018-2019. These casual discussions over lunch spotlight experienced faculty sharing innovative teaching practices and demonstrating how others might implement similar strategies.

2018-2019 Lunch and Learn Series

Thursday, October 25
[12:00-1:30 Sherwood Room, Levering Hall]
Topic: Alternatives to Traditional Text Books
Faculty: Marian Feldman, Professor and Chair of History of Art, Professor of Near Eastern Studies and Joanne Selinski, Associate Teaching Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Computer Science

Wednesday, December 12
[12:00-1:30 Sherwood Room, Levering Hall] 
Topic: Community-Based Learning/Baltimore-based
Faculty: Shawntay Stocks, Assistant Director of Engaged Scholarship, Center for Social Concern and Dora Malech, Assistant Professor, Writing Seminars

Thursday, February 28
[12:00-1:30 Sherwood Room, Levering Hall] 
Topic: Innovative Grading Strategies
Faculty: Pedro Julian, Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Rebecca Kelly, Associate Teaching Professor and Director, Environmental Science and Studies

Wednesday, April 17
[12:00-1:30 Sherwood Room, Levering Hall] 
Topic: Strategies to Minimize Cheating (A Faculty Brainstorming Session)
Faculty: Moderated by Jim Spicer, Professor in Materials Science and Engineering, with special guest Dana Broadnax, Director, Student of Conduct