Back to the Bay, CSUEB's annual professional development event is sponsored by Academic Affairs, Office of Faculty Development/Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching, Office of the Online Campus, and University Extension. Each year since 2003, Back to the Bay brings faculty and staff together to share their expertise, and learn from one another and campus experts about topics of interest to faculty in their roles as teachers, advisors, researchers, users of technology, and active participants in the campus community. Back to the Bay features variety of workshops on pedagogy, research, governance, and teaching with technology at our state-of-the-art facility (Valley Business & Technology Center [VBT]). This year, you'll find workshops on student success that focus on engagement, support, and assignment design--all topics geared toward getting your courses ready for semesters. Please note the two-part session on Transparent Teaching, while open to all, it introduces one of our Faculty Learning Communities and a keynote address in honor of our Sixtieth Anniversary!
--Leroy Morishita and Judith Stanley
President Morishita will share his vision for the future of our campus and Dr. Stanley will share reflections on milestones and important developments in CSUEB history.
Dr. Leroy Morishita has served CSU East Bay as President since 2011 and has had a distinguished career in higher education for over 30 years. Dr. Judith Stanley is an emerita Professor of History and established the Judith M. Stanley Scholarship Fund in Women’s History.
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— Back to the Bay 2017 Team
Campus Climate Update
Presenter(s): Kim Geron & Dianne Woods
Teach Smarter not Harder with Rubrics
Presenter(s): Jeffrey Newcomb, Bernie Salvador, & Julie Stein
Using ABCD Response Cards for Peer Instruction
Presenter(s): Jesus Oliver & Julia Olkin
Going Mobile, Enhancing Your Web Presence, & Cascade Refresher
Presenter(s): Dan Legate
Designing Personalized Learning Objects for Enhanced Student Engagement - Two campus case studies
Presenter(s): Fay Zhong, Monica Munoz, & Cheryl Saelee
New Sabbatical & FERP Tips for Faculty
Presenter(s): Linda Dobb & Joanne Hill
Forward to the Future: 60 Years at Cal State East Bay and Planning for the Next 60 years
Keynote Speaker(s): Leroy Morishita and Judy Stanley
Conflict Resolution Resource: Meet the CSUEB Ombuds
Presenter(s): Silvina Ituarte
Exploring Opportunities for Community-based Learning
Presenter(s): Mary D'Alleva & Andrea Wells
PEIL Stories: Engineering, Black Studies, Diversity & Stem, Peralta Hacienda, & Pioneers for Sustainable Communities
Presenter(s): Nicholas Baham & Steven Cleveland, Ethnic Studies, Linda Ivey, History & Carlos Salomon, Ethnic Studies, Craig Derkson, Philosophy, Karina Garbesi, AGES, Nina Haft, Theater & Dance
Want to make your course more accessible and don't have the time? Introducing ALLY
Presenter(s): Juan Moran
You've heard of Pre-Med? At East Bay we've got Pre-Ed!
Presenter(s): Julie McNamara
Where's the Money? Grants 101
Presenter(s): Jeff Seitz
New lecturer Orientation
Presenter(s): Nick Baham, Linda Dobb
The 2040 Plan: Towards Sustainability Through Curriculum at Cal State East Bay
Presenter(s): Jillian Buckholz
Teaching on Semesters: Redesigning Assignments
Presenter(s): Sweety Law & Magaret Harris
Presenter(s): Mary-Ann Winkelmes
What’s New in Blackboard?
Presenter(s): Bernie Salvador
Undergraduate Study Skills Training
Presenter(s): Pradeep Ramanathan
Updates and Upgrades to your University Library
Presenter(s): Lee Adams & Andrew Carlos, Library
Nine simple tips to better manage your email
Presenter(s): Manpreet Chatha
Integrating Supplemental Instruction (SI) Into Your Course!t
Presenter(s): Erica Wildy & Patrick Fleming
Transparent Teaching Continued
Presenter(s): Mary Anne Winkelmes
Zoom, VoiceThread & YouTube: Synchronous and Asynchronous Engagement Tools for Online Instruction
Presenter(s): Meg Taggart
RBS: Researched Based Strategies
Presenter(s): Caron Inouye & Lettie Ramirez
Publishing Pathways/Publishing Pitfalls
Presenter(s): Aline Soules, & Lana Wood, Library
Racial Equity Ally Workshop
Presenter(s): Duke Austin, Sarah Taylor, Mari Gray, & Sean Williams
Teaching on Semesters: Teach Smarter Not Harder
Presenter(s): Andrew Carlos, Julie Glass, & Jessica Weiss
Faculty Panel: Rethinking Quality for Online Course Design, Back to the Basics!
Presenter(s): Steven Cleveland, Michelle Rippy, Kevin Kaatz, & Roger Wen
Bay Advisor: New and Improved Advising Tool for Student Success
Presenter(s): David Reed & Maureen Scharberg
Academic Support for your class from the Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA)
Presenter(s): Jennifer Nguyen
Funded Curriculum Design & Assessment Opportunities: Diversity, Quantitative Reasoning, Oral Communication, & Sustainability
Presenter(s): Dianne Woods & Julie Stein
Join Academic Affairs to welcome new faculty and honor the accomplishments of the Online and Hybrid Quality Transformation Grant Faculty Quality Matters for their course certifications. Wine and refreshments will be served.