Academic Affairs Newsletter, Week of October 24
We hope most of you were able to get your textbook orders to the Bookstore by October 23 and qualified for a free coffee card! For those who did not, you still have until October 30 to be within the law and get your textbook order in on time. Below are some brief reminders about the importance of compliance:
Need I say love you to those who always comply? We do. Everybody else, PLEASE get on board, it's never too late to be good.
AND IN OTHER NEWS:
a. All CSU Faculty and Staff are invited to the:
April 13 & 14, 2018 at Cal Poly Pomona.
Conference theme is “Productive Disruption.” You may also submit a proposal to present. Proposals are peer-reviewed and the conference is competitive, selected on the basis of usefulness to teaching & learning practice, interest to a broad audience, supporting the conference theme, including some kind of assessment data, and being clear and understandable. The registration fee will be $30 each day or $55 for both days (a *serious bargain*).
b. Opportunities and Workshops
1. Back to the Bay: Should we have it next year? Your opinion counts!
2. Sign up for the Fall 2017 30-Day-Writing Challenge
3. 1st and 2nd year Retention Dossier Workshop
Range Elevation Portfolio Preparation
Electronic Dossier Training: Retention Candidates
The Seven Ways of Learning
Based on the book, Facilitating the Seven Ways of Learning, this workshop provides a brief overview of the 7 ways of learning categories and time to brainstorm and reflect on integrating these ways of learning into our course and assignment designs and classroom activities.
Presenter: Jessica Weiss, Faculty Development
Serving on RTP Committees/Writing Letters: Your Roles and Responsibilities
Presenters: Rita Liberti & Penny McCullagh, Kinesiology
Professional Leave Workshop
Sabbatical? Difference in Pay? Find out!
High Impact Practices Certificate Program: Community-Based Learning
Presenters: Mary D’Alleva, Andrea Wells, Center for Community Engagement*
c. Grant Getters: Lunch is Tuesday, October 24 for PIs in SF329. Please contact Anne Wing if you are coming!
d. Campus Climate Survey: Interested? Thursday, 3-4 pm in UU307.
e. Sustainability Curriculum webinar: Wednesday at 11 PST. "Sustainability Competencies." Register at http://bit.ly/2zy17xL
Have a good week. HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE: www.csueastbay.edu/madw
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