Event Types: Co-Sponsored Event

Language Teaching Fair Spring Coffee Hour: Extending Class Time with Canvas

February 18, 2020 | Emily Wasserman

Join fellow language instructors from across WashU departments for coffee, bagels, and an informal roundtable discussion on using Canvas in the language classroom. This discussion continues the conversation from one of the special interest group meetings at the Fall 2019 Language Teaching Fair. All language instructors (regardless of previous attendance) are welcome to this event. […]

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Language Teaching Fair

July 8, 2019 | Emily Wasserman

Pre-registration for this event has closed. If you are still interested in attending, you are welcome to drop in to the event. Please arrive a few minutes early so that we can take down your information at arrival. For questions, please contact Dr. Megan Gregory (meggregory@wustl.edu). Interested language faculty across departments are invited to come […]

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Panel Discussion: Identifying and Helping Students in Distress

February 18, 2019 | Emily Wasserman

This event has reached registration capacity.¬† The Teaching Center and Habif Health and Wellness Center staff are co-hosting a panel discussion on how faculty can address student mental health. Jordan Worthington, MSW, Assistant Director, Mental Health Outreach and Programming at Habif Health and Wellness Center at Washington University in St. Louis, and¬†Lindsey H. Herzog, MSW, […]

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Diane Bunce: “Using Research to Change Our Perception of the Average Student”

October 11, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Diane Bunce, PhD, will give a talk on “Using Research to Change Our Perception of the Average Student” as part of the Innovations in the Undergraduate Education Speaker Series, co-sponsored by CIRCLE, The Teaching Center, the University Libraries, and Arts & Sciences Computing. Abstract: The average student is one who appears engaged in learning but […]

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How Do We Address White Supremacy on Campus?

October 4, 2017 | Beth Fisher

The Center for Diversity & Inclusion and The Teaching Center invite Washington University students, faculty, and staff to participate in a community discussion about addressing white supremacy on campus. From violent confrontations in Charlottesville to the recent appearance of hate-group recruitment posters on this and other campuses, organized white supremacy groups are once again moving […]

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