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Feedback Workshop with Vince Lowery

How may we provide meaningful, timely feedback to students in our largest courses? Come join your peers as we discuss strategies for providing formative feedback frequently and quickly while balancing a busy workload.

Register here: Feedback Workshop

Download the calendar invite: Feedback Workshop

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Paying the Price – Book Club

Students increasingly struggle to cobble together the financial aid and support required to graduate from college. Join Denise Bartell, Jon Shelton, and Alisa Lamal for a frank discussion of the growing crisis, and possible solutions offered in Sara Goldrick-Rab’s award-winning book: Paying the Price.

Download the calendar event: Paying the Price

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Enhancing Campus Capacity for Leadership

Dr. Alison Staudinger and Bekky Vrabel will lead a book discussion on Enhancing Campus Capacity for Leadership by Adrianna J. Kezar and Jamie Lester.

Download the calendar invite: Enhancing Campus Capacity for Leadership

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CATL Game Night: Sheriff of Nottingham (Feb. 26)

UPDATE! The CATL Game Night for Mon. 2/19 has been moved to 2/26 due to weather.

CATL’s first game night game will be Sheriff of Nottingham by Sérgio Halaban & André Zatz published by Arcane Wonders. Players are merchants attempting to turn a profit by bringing their goods (and contraband) to market! It’s an easy-to-learn game of bribery, persuasion, and deceit.

We’ll be meeting:

Monday, February 26 at 7:00PM at St Brendan’s Inn in Green Bay.

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2018 TEG Applications – Due April 30

The Teaching Enhancement Grant provides monetary support for professional development activities or projects that lead to the improvement of teaching skills or the development of innovative teaching strategies. All full-time faculty, lecturers and teaching academic staff whose primary responsibility is teaching for the current academic year are strongly encouraged to apply!

TEG applications are due April 30, 2018

Note: This Spring’s grants will fund Summer and Fall projects. The funding deadline will be December 1, 2018. (Another call for applications will be due in October to fund Winter and Spring projects).

Application Info

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