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Shirley Michaels

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October 2019

Faculty Colloquia

October 24 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Faculty Colloquia: Study Habits and Skill Analysis of Generation Z Students Presented by Associate Professor Vicki Stanavitch, Ph.D. and Adjunct Instructor Erin Johnson Understanding the difference in learning styles within the Generation Z population compared to previous generations is important to assist current students achieve their higher educational goals. In order to determine what, if any, differences are present, a study was conducted during the fall 2018 semester within the Department of the Biological & Physical Sciences and Mathematics at…

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November 2019

Faculty Colloquia

November 21 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Faculty Colloquia: The Making of the Documentary Film Series The Music and Mission of 2 Roots Presented by Professor David Porter  Professor David Porter will present excerpts from the documentary film series he directed and will reflect on the experience of producing the film. From the travel to Haiti and the discovery of the Haitian perspectives on history, politics, education, health, and economics; to the skills learned to create this video series, it is hoped that it might stand as…

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February 2020

Faculty Colloquia

February 27, 2020 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Faculty Colloquia: Creating Interactive Study Guides and Tutorials for Face-to-Face and Online Teaching Presented by Professor Drake Gomez Though PowerPoint is often thought of as presentation software, it also is a powerful authoring tool for interactive learning. This instructional presentation—which is geared toward faculty, education students, and anyone in the training industry—will demonstrate how PowerPoint can be used to create study guides, tutorials, or other learning applications. Examples of such applications for courses in history and the visual arts will…

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March 2020

Faculty Colloquia

March 26, 2020 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Faculty Colloquia: Meaningful Work Presented by Assistant Professor Michael McDougall ‘‘Man’s main concern is not to gain pleasure or to avoid pain but rather to see a meaning in his life.’’ - Viktor Frankl People are meaning-seeking creatures and the quest for it animates existence. In this talk, Assistant Professor Michael McDougall will discuss one important dimension of meaning - meaningful work. What is meaningful work? What makes work meaningful? Why does meaningful work matter? These discussion points and others…

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