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Provided by: Magna Publications     (60mins.)

This seminar walks you through what professionalism is and presents various methods for teaching and evaluating professionalism on campus and in the clinical environment.

Location: Tidewater 1215

Please email Ariel McFarland to RSVP.

TBA

Location: CELT Conference Room

Lunch is provided!   Please email Ariel McFarland to RSVP.

TBA

Location: CELT Conference Room

Lunch is provided!   Please email Ariel McFarland to RSVP.

A fun and unique way to foster community and collaboration across departments and schools.

Imagine speed dating - two strangers sitting across the table, getting to know each other. Now, picture a professor from Theater & Dance randomly paired with a professor from Earth & Environmental Sciences, creating a RESEARCH title and blurb by merging their areas of interest.

After 4-5 rounds, we will work together to judge the most creative and the most doable ideas.

Location: Taylor Center (Library)

Led by: Anne Gibson, Center for Global Education

Join the conversation about Tulane’s resources for faculty professional development in intercultural competence and global learning and leave with techniques that you can apply to your classroom today. This interactive session will explore ways in which culture plays a role in the classroom and provide resources for faculty to harness the international experiences of the Tulane community.

Location: CELT Conference Room              

Led by: Luis Behrhorst, Human Resources

Hiring students to help with classes and research can be mutually beneficial, but it’s important that faculty follow proper procedures. Student employees make up the largest percentage of Tulane’s workforce, come learn about what it takes to get your students hired and gain some tips on how to manage them effectively.

Location: CELT Conference Room

Lunch is provided!  Please email Ariel McFarland to RSVP.

Led by: Jessica Shedd, Office of Assesment and Institutional Research

Led by: Harry Cole, Patrick Randolph, and Shawna Foose, Goldman Center for Student Accessibility

Drop-In Syllabus consultation/training.  Want to improve your syllabus? CELT is here to help - from big fixes to small tweaks! Just drop by - no appointment needed.  10:00am-3:00pm

Location: CELT Conference Room (309 Richardson Building #5)

Presenter: Toni Weiss, Economics/CELT

You can create a more engaged atmosphere in any size class, small to large to very large, with little to no planning. This session will model a number of possibilities.

Location: CELT Conference Room (309 Richardson Building #5)

Lunch Provided. Please email Ariel McFarland to RSVP.

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