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Bandwidth Recovery

Join CATL and facilitators, Drs. Kate Burns and David Voelker, for a book discussion on Bandwidth Recovery: Helping Students Reclaim Cognitive Resources Lost to Poverty, Racism, and Social Marginalization by Cia Verschelden.

  • Feb. 26, MAC 201 10:00-11:30
  • Mar. 26, MAC 201 10:00-11:30
  • Register here: Bandwidth Recovery

Download the calendar events here: Feb 26th or March 26th

The Emotional Labor of Teaching

Lindsay Bernhagen–Director, Center for Inclusive Teaching and Learning (UWSP) will facilitate a discussion of the emotional labor required of instructors, and how we may recognize and support this work on our campus.

Download the calendar event: CATL Discussion-The Emotional Labor of Teaching


Learning Assessments in Large Lecture Classes (Workshop)

Struggling to engage students in learning in your large lecture courses? Come listen to Carly Kibbe (Biology) and Katia Levintova (Political Science and Global Studies) discuss their strategies, and design ones of your own! The workshop will be held Fri., Feb, 16 from 1:00-2:00PM in Instructional Service 1034.

Click here to add this CATL event to your calendar!

IDI Workshop Resources

For those who attended the Instructional Design Institute… and even those who didn’t! The resources and handouts are now available as promised. Download or view a copy of the schedule; it’s now complete with PDF icons where resources are available. Click on them to view the corresponding materials.

Upcoming webinar, “Racial Battle Fatigue”

Racial Battle Fatigue: Shift Your Campus to Better Support Students, Faculty & Staff of Color

Join colleagues from across the campus in viewing this webinar and being part of a discussion. Webinar description:

Racial Battle Fatigue is a real problem for not only students at predominately white institutions, but for faculty and staff of color, as well. Watch the webinar presented by experts Dr. Kathy Obear and Dr. Tanya Williams to learn about this topic and how to help shift the culture on campus to better support racially marginalized groups and challenge racism on campus.

Friday September 22 at 9am – 10:30 am in Rose Hall 220
Tuesday October 17 at 2pm – 3:30 pm in Rose Hall 220

Faculty & staff are encouraged to attend. No RSVP required. Just mark your calendar!

Sponsored by the College of Health, Education & Social Welfare. If questions, contact Anna at

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