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Scholarly Teaching and Learning Symposium

As we look back on the year and forward to the future, we have an opportunity to capture the hard work of the campus community, celebrate the innovations in teaching that have sprung from a year of change, and create a space for re-engagement, reflection, scholarship, and healing. Offered remotely through Teams, the Scholarly Teaching and Learning Symposium provides a way for scholars, students, and staff to share their experiences and begin the journey of re-engaging in the post-pandemic world. We welcome your participation!

Symposium Date: Wednesday, April 28, 1 pm - 3:15 pm

Microsoft Teams Meeting

1:00 pm - 1:10 pm - Welcome and Introductions

1:10 pm - 1:45 pm - Student presentations

1:45 pm - 2:45 pm - Inclusive Roundtable Discussions:

  • Transformative Pedagogy for a New Environment
  • Sharing Stories, Sharing Practices > Impact of Technology on Student Access & Equity
  • Inclusive Roundtable Discussions:

2:45 pm - 3:15 pm - Student Presentations & Closing remarks

Student Presentations

Wetlands and Potable Water by Nikolas Perez

View Nikolas Perez's Presentation

View Wetlands and Potable Water Poster

Frozen Frogs and Cryonics by Cole Currier

View Cole Currier's Presentation

View Frozen Frogs and Cryonics Poster

The Impact of Cultural Psychology on within the FBI by Jonah Cole

View Jonah Black's Presentation

Mural: Innovator Above a Sea of Possibilities by Thomas Contino

View Thomas Contino's Presentation

Programmable Digital Clock by Sarah Kosnaskie

View Sarah Kosnaskie's Presentation

Faculty Presentations

Virtual Class Session Weekly Participation Rubric

View Dr. Maureen Maiocco's Rubric

Brandon Baldwin presents on P0171 due to PCV.

View Brandon Baldwin's Presentation