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Speaker: Bobbie Garner-Coffee, Instructional Technologist, Faculty Technology Lab - Technology Services

Learn how to navigate your Canvas Dashboard and menus, edit notifications and settings, post your syllabus, and explore best practices for sharing your course material with students. In addition, learn how to import content from prior Canvas courses and/or other formats.

Location: Howard-Tilton 309

Lunch Provided.  Please email Ariel McFarland to RSVP 

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Nationally-recognized plenary speakers on such topics as graduate education reform, holistic admissions review, diversity, and compatible careers for advanced degree holders.

Breakout sessions specifically designed for faculty/administrators, grad students/postdocs, and undergraduates interested in graduate school.

The summit will conclude with a mini “grad school fair” highlighting Tulane University graduate and professional programs. Speakers:

This workshop is by invitation, if you are interested in participating please email Emily Gatehouse.

In an attempt to help students better understand research opportunities at Tulane, CELT is inviting faculty from SSE to workshop FAQs and what students can expect through various labs and research opportunities.

Presenter: Marc Khan, Peterman-Prosser Professor, Sr. Associate Dean School of Medicine

Interactive session on writing effective multiple choice questions. Some discussion of res psychometrics will also be provided.

Location: CELT Conference Room

Lunch Provided.  Please email Ariel McFarland to RSVP

Presenter: Timothy Schuler, Sr. Professor of Practice, Physics and Engineering Physics

The Tulane MakerSpace is open to all students, faculty, and staff regardless of department or school affiliation. This talk will focus on introducing the Space to interested faculty from non-science departments and discussing how it might be a useful resource in both teaching and research. A tour of the MakerSpace will be included.

Location: TBA

Lunch Provided. Please email Ariel McFarland to RSVP.

Presenter: Elisabeth McMahon, Associate Professor, HIstory

This brown bag talk will talk about conceptualizing a project and the steps needed to move it to a digital format.

Location: CELT Conference Room 

Lunch Provided. Please email Ariel McFarland to RSVP.

Speaker: Zandile “Zaza” Kabayadondo, 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.

LBC Race 201

Speaker: Emily Gatehouse

CELT Conference Room

Lunch Provided. Please email Ariel McFarland to RSVP.

Speaker: Ben Brubaker, Nicole Ralston, CPS

This conversation will help us gain a better understanding of microaggressions in the classroom, the difference between intent vs. impact and the effects of cumulative oppression on marginalized communities. We will also discuss how to facilitate constructive conversations around these topics between students.

CELT Conference Room

Lunch 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 class 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.

 

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