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Speaker: Zandile “Zaza” Kabayadondo, Taylor Visiting Scholar, Co-Director of the Design Thinking Initiative at Smith College

Join Taylor visiting scholar Zandile “Zaza” Kabayadondo, Ph.D, for a discussion of design thinking in and for the liberal arts classroom.  Learn about Smith College’s Design Thinking Initiative and envision what human-centered design mindsets can do for your classroom and student learning. Kabayadondo will present, then lead an audience discussion.

Informal lunchtime discussion between faculty and students about the research process. We invite faculty to discuss that time your hypothesis was wrong, or you had to start from scratch, or how you even come up with a research idea in the first place.

Cudd Hall Lobby

Informal lunchtime discussion between faculty and students about the research process. We invite faculty to discuss that time your hypothesis was wrong, or you had to start from scratch, or how you even come up with a research idea in the first place.

Cudd Hall Lobby

Informal lunchtime discussion between faculty and students about the research process. We invite faculty to discuss that time your hypothesis was wrong, or you had to start from scratch, or how you even come up with a research idea in the first place.

Cudd Hall Lobby

Pop in for a few minutes.  Meet our staff.  See what CELT has to offer.

CELT | 310 Richardson Building

Refreshments provided

At the end of each semester CELT hosts Faculty Grading Breaks to reward you for all your hard work. Past events have featured crepes and gelletes from Crepes Rendezvous, wine or champagne, and massage chairs. They are a great way to socialize, eat, and relax during the often stressful grading period at the end of the semester.

Cudd Hall, Lobby & Porch

How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching

By: Susan A. Ambrose, Michael W. Bridges, Michele DiPietro, Marsha C. Lovett, Marie K. Norman

Liberal Arts Faculty Lounge, Newcomb Hall

How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching

By: Susan A. Ambrose, Michael W. Bridges, Michele DiPietro, Marsha C. Lovett, Marie K. Norman

Liberal Arts Faculty Lounge, Newcomb Hall

This workshop brings together professors hailing from many different fields of study. Each round, two professors, paired randomly, sit down for 8 minutes and develop a class or paper they could work on together. After four or five rounds, the group then votes on the most creative idea and the most actionable idea.

404 Richardson Memorial

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Speaker: Bart Everson, Xavier University

Bart Everson is a media artist and faculty developer at Xavier University of Louisiana. Since 2010, he has organized workshops and initiatives to promulgate contemplative practice and pedagogy on campus. His recent work draws on integrative learning, digital activism, and Earth-based spiritual paths. He is a founding member of Friends of Lafitte Greenway and writes a column for Mid-City Messenger.

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