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2011-12 Event Archive

Fall 2011

August - September - October -November - December

 

Spring 2012

January - February - March - April

 

Webinar archives can be accessed through the CEE Blackboard Course called "Faculty Resources".

College Classroom Management: Taming the Unruly Elephant in the Room

July 27, 2011

  • Michael Dabney: Director of the Teaching and Learning Center

  • Milica Barjaktarovic: Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science, Hawaii Pacific University

Handout 1

Handout 2

Problem Copy Handout

Lib guide

 

Tech Talk: Taking Command of Classroom Technologies: Sympodium & Document Cameras

July 29, 2011

  • Jack Pope, Ph.D.: Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science

Handout

Lib guide

 

Adjunct Faculty Fall 2011 Welcome and Orientation

August 17, 2011

Agenda Handout

Adjunct Upcoming Events Handout

Things to Think About Handout

USD Employee Perks Handout

Athletics Academic Support Handout

Classroom Etiquette Guidelines Handout

FERPA

Academic Integrity Policy Handout

Constructing Useful Learning Outcomes Handout

Syllabus Construction Handout

Syllabus Example Bio 103 Plants and People Handout

Business Administration Goals and Learning Objectives Handout

Student Wellness

University Ministry

USD Insight Handout

Lib guide

 

New Faculty Orientation

August 24, 2011

  • Sandra Sgoutas-Emch: Director of the Center for Educational Excellence (CEE)
  • Tom Dalton: Director of Undergraduate Programs, School of Business Administration
  • Carole Huston: Associate Dean for Assessment, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Noelle Norton: Associate Dean for Faculty, College of Arts & Science
  • Paula Krist: Director of Assessment, School of Leadership & Education Sciences

Undergraduate Learning Goals & Outcomes

Charting Your Course Powerpoint Slides

Constructing Useful Learning Outcomes

Course Assessment Glossary

Course Design Activities 1 & 2

Program Assessment Glossary

 

Preceptor Workshop: Getting Started with Your Preceptorial

August 26, 2011

  • Tom Herrinton: Associate Provost
  • Martha Adkins: Copley Library, Assistant Professor
  • Hugh Burkhart: Copley Library, Assistant Professor
  • James Gump: Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences and Professor, History
  • Michael Epstein: Copley Library, Associate Professor
  • Merrick Marino: Assistant Dean, Center for Student Success
  • Neena Din: Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Stephanie Bernasconi: Associate Director, Center for Student Success

Agenda

Library Liaisons

CEE Workshop Flyer

 

Academic Program Review

September 2, 2011

  • Carole Huston: Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Program Review Workshop Final

USD APR Guidelines and Appendices

 

Panel Discussion: ARRT Demystified

September 16, 2011

  • Stacy Langton: Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Kristin Moran: Ph.D., Department Chair, Communication Studies
  • Maria Pascuzzi: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Theology and Religious Studies
  • Mike Williams: Ph.D. D, Associate Professor, Political Science and International Relations
ARRT PowerPoint

 

Get Your Game on: Exploring Role Play and Gaming Pedagogies

September 20, 2011

  • Joseph Colombo: Ph.D., Theology and Religious Studies
  • Molly McClain: Ph.D., History
  • Vidya Nadkarni: Ph.D., Political Science and International Relations

Grading Rubric

Game Designer Handbook

Pedagogy Introduction

Pedagogy Manual

Stroessner Assessment Report

Lib guide

 

Tech Talk: Reimagining Serra 318

September 23, 2011

  • Cel Johnson: Executive Director, Institutional Research and Planning
  • Sue Lowery: Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Biology
  • Shahra Meshkaty: Senior Director, Academic Technology Services
  • Noelle Norton: Professor, Political Science and International Relations

Tech Talk PowerPoint

Lib Guide Resources

 

Imagining the Core Curriculum: Introducing the Core Action Plan

September 26, 2011

  • Mary Boyd: Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Abe Stoll: Associate Professor, English, College of Arts and Sciences
Powerpoint

 

Imagining The Core Curriculum: Liberal Arts and the Core

September 27, 2011

  • Del Dickson: Ph.D., J.D., Professor, Political Science

  • Carole Huston: Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Colgate Core Curriculum

Information and Knowledge Powerpoint Slide

George Mason U GE

Harvard GE

Liberal Arts and the Core Sept 2011

Olivet Plan

UCLA Freshman Clusters

Lib guide

 

HeLa: Immortal Cells, Enduring Questions

September 28, 2011

  • Laura Rivard: Adjunct Professor, Biology

HeLa Powerpoint

Video Recording of this Event

 

Lunch & Learn: The Essentials of Designing Online and Hybrid Courses

October 5, 2011

  • Tim Becker: Adjunct Professor of Marketing and Management in USD’s School of Leadership and Education Sciences and President of Total Recall Learning
  • Shahra Meshkaty:Senior Director, Academic Technology Services

Dr. Becker's Powerpoint

Handout - Course Development Essentials

Handout - New York Times article 2-5-11

Handout - Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

Ms. Meshkaty's Powerpoint

Video Recording of the Lunch & Learn (64 minutes)

Lib Guide Resources

 

Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Classroom

October 17, 2011

  • Donald Kirson: Director of Disability Services

Lecture Powerpoint

Video Recording of the Lunch & Learn (64 minutes)


Tech Talk: iPads and the Mobile Professor

October 21, 2011

  • Kristine Ehrich: Professor of Management, School of Business Administration
  • Allen Wynar: Digital Graphic Arts Professional, Instructional Media Lab

Drop Box

Stylus Information

Dr. Ehrich's Powerpoint

Doceri

LibGuide Resources

 

Core Forum: Catholicity and the Core

October 27, 2011

Presentation PowerPoint

 

Innovation in Experiential Education Award Luncheon: Engaging Privilege through Active Learning

November 10, 2011

  • Michelle Camacho: Chair, Associate Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Sociology

Oral Presentation Flyer

Kites Activity

Lib guide

 

Lunch and Learn on Cultural Journeys in the Classroom: Working with International Students

November 14, 2011

  • Leeva Chung: Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Communication Studies

  • Yvette Fontaine: Director, International Students and Scholars
  • Michele Magnin: Ph.D., Director, College of the Arts and Sciences, French

The Values Americans Live By

Lib guide

 

Lunch and Learn: Global Learning Without a Passport

November 17, 2011

  • Jesse Mills: Ph.D., Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Ethnic Studies

African America Panethnicity

Lib guide

 

Tech Talk on WebCT and the Blackboard Migration: What the Future Holds

November 18, 2011

  • Erin Hogan: Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Spanish

  • Allison Czapracki: Instructional Support Analyst

Blackboard Flyer

Blackboard Powerpoint

iTeam Blog

iPad Project Information

 

Faculty Workshop: Internationalizing the Curriculum

November 19, 2011

  • Sandra Sgoutas-Emch: Ph.D., Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, Director of the Center for Educational Excellence
  • Carol Huston: Ph.D., Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Lisa Nun: Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Sociology

The Values Americans Live By

Stereotyped U.S. American

Civic Engagement Value Rubric

Fall 2011 Advance Courses in Global Pluralism

Fall 2011 Global Curricular Examples

Fall 2011 Global Learning Resources

Intercultural Knowledge and Competence Value Rubric

Internationalization Workshop Powerpoint

Nunn 350 Syllabus Int'l Workshop

Transforming Study Abroad Experiences

Developing a responsible global perspective

Global learning

Short-term SA

Applying Creative Standards

SA or Study Away

SA for Workplace Competency

Power Politics Ethics of Internationalization

Lib guide

 

New Faculty Holiday Social: An Introduction to Student Support Centers on Campus

December 13th, 2011

  • Sarabeth Pollock-  Assistant Athletics Director, Academic Support
  • Sarah Kriz- Director, Office of Undergraduate Research
  • Neena Din- Assistant Dean, College of the Arts and Sciences
  • Deborah Sundmacher- Director, Writing Center, Lecturer, College of the Arts and Sciences, English
  • Mayte Perez-Franco- Director, United Front Multicultural Center
  • Stephanie Bernasconi- Assistant Director, Center for Student Success
  • Merrick Merino- Center for Student Success
  • Perla Myers- Department Chair, Professor, Mathematics and Computer Sciences
  • Shelley Barajas-Leyva- Academic Coordinator, McNair Scholars Program

  • Ramiro Frausto- Administrative Assisstant, McNair Scholars Program
  • United Front Multicultural Studies

    Rainbow Educators

    Student Support Services

    McNair Scholarship Program

    Center for Student Success: Student Success Coaching

     

Charting Your Course! Workshop

January 18th, 2012

  • Marcy Darby- Adjunct Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Biology
  • Carole Huston- Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Sue Lowery- Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Biology

Agenda

Activities Sheet Constructing Learning Outcomes

Basic rubric format with learning outcome

Charting Your Learning PowerPoint

CLH Rubric Example

Constructing Useful Learning Outcomes

Rubric Construction

Syllabus Construction

Aligning Goals with Curriculum and Constructing Rubrics Libguide

 

Co-Educating for Change- Getting Started with Community Service Learning

January 25th, 2012

  • Chris Nayve: Director, Center for Community Service-Learning
  • John Loggins: Assistant Director, Center for Community Service-Learning

Chicano Park Powerpoint

CSL PowerPoint

Greater Community as Educators for Social Justice

CSL Flyer

Greater Community as Educators for Social Justice

 

Tech Talk: Presenting with Prezi

January 27th, 2012

  • Sam Chung: Assistant Director, School of Business Administration, Distance Education
Prezi Powerpoint

 

Preceptorial Basics

February 9th, 2012

  • Jim Gump: Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Preceptorial Basics PowerPoint

Developmental Advising Powerpoint

 

USD Just Read! IRB Then and Now

February 15th, 2012

Sarah Kriz: Director, Office of Undergraduate Research

Handouts on their way. Thank you for bearing with us.

 

Creating an Inclusive Classroom

February 16th, 2012

Handouts on their way. Thank you for bearing with us.

 

ASHOKA Faculty Changemaker Exchange #1

February 28th, 2012

  • Ami Carpenter: Dean, Assistant Professor, School of Peace Studies
  • Steve Conroy: Associate Professor, School of Business Administration, Economics

ASOKA Campus Starter Kit

More handouts on their way. Thank you for bearing with us.

 

New Faculty Time Management

March 14th, 2012

  • Sandra Sgoutas-Emch: Director of the Center for Educational Excellence and Professor of Psychological Studies
Managing Your Time PowerPoint

 

ASHOKA Faculty Changemaker Exchange #2

March 15th, 2012

  • Drew Talley: Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Marine Science and Environmental Studies

  • Rick Olson: Associate Professor, School of Business Administration, Industrial Engineering

Making Waves: Changemaking in the Classroom PowerPoint

ASHOKA Changemaker Presentation

 

Managing the Online Classroom

March 19th, 2012

Tim Becker: Lecturer, School of Business Administration, Marketing

More handouts on their way. Thank you for bearing with us.

 

Strengthening American Indian Outreach, Recruitment & Retention

March 22nd, 2012

May Fu: Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Ethnic Studies

More handouts on their way. Thank you for bearing with us.

 

Voice Presentation Skills in the Classroom

April 2nd, 2012

Jan Gist: Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Voice and Speech

Event Video Recording

 

Adjunct Factulty Reception

April 13th, 2012

Math Center

Writing Center

Office of Undergraduate Research

Center for Student Success

 

Team Teaching: Best Practices for Integrative Teaching

April 24th, 2012

  • Roger Pace: Director, Honors Program, Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Communication
  • Sandra Sgoutas-Emch: Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, Director, Center for Educational Excellence
  • Kristin Moran: Department Chair, Associate Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Communication
  • James Bolender: Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry

Pollution in the Sand Syllabus

Politics & Media in Latin America Syllabus

Asian Women & Popular Culture Syllabus

Cultural Construction of Motherhood: Ideologies, Practices, and Contradictions Syllabus

Mother’s Story Interview Assignment

“Motherhood as Lived Experience” Oral Presentation Rubric

Rubric for Mother’s Story Interview Assignment

Motherhood Poster Rubric

Team Teaching Guidelines

 

Preceptor Workshop: Looking Forward to Fall 2012

April 26th & 27th, 2012

James Gump: Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Carole Huston: Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Linda Scales: Director, Career Services

Merrick Merino: Assistant Dean, Center for Student Success

Jonathan Bowman: Associate Professor, Communication Studies, Faculty Director, Living Learning Community: Social Justice

Preceptor Workshop Agenda

 

Tech Talk: Making Social Media Connections for Research and Teaching

April 27th, 2012

Michele Magnin: Ph.D., Director, College of the Arts and Sciences, French

Matt Zwolinski: Associate Professor, College of the Arts and Sciences, Philosophy

Blogging and Scholarship Powerpoint

Social Media Powerpoint