Archive of Past Tea & Teachings with Jenevieve DeLosSantos
April 22nd: Tea & Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Haruko Wakabayashi
A conversation with Haruko Wakabayashi, Associate Teaching Professor, Asian Languages and Cultures, about how she uses Google Sites to increase student engagement with both course content and their peers. Haruko will share with us examples of student work from her “Rutgers meets Japan: Revisiting Early U.S.-Japan Encounters” and her 400-level course “Advanced Readings in Japanese” most specifically, a student-designed virtual exhibition and a collaborative student-generated website put together by students studying both here and in Japan. Together, we will explore the pedagogical possibilities of using Google Sites across disciplines and in language teaching. We will consider how digital tools can help bring students together across the globe, and brainstorm ways to leverage this tool to give students practical digital skills that support their mastery of course content.
April 8thth: Tea & Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Brian Dashew
A conversation with Brian Dashew, Assistant Professor of Practice, Adult and Continuing Education, Graduate School of Education about how he has co-created an online community of inquiry with his students. Brian will tell us more about the design of his course “Developing a Digital E-Learning Environment” and how he has centered student perspectives as co-designers of course learning goals, participation guidelines, grading schemes, and tools that they can use in their investigation of course content. Focusing on the asynchronous online experience, we will explore what a co-designed, student-centered community of inquiry looks like and the rationale for centering student perspectives in the course design process. Together we will examine how these strategies might transfer to other courses, both online and in person, and discuss how to employ these strategies with an eye toward equity and inclusion.
March 25th: Tea & Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Mary Emenike
A conversation with Mary Emenike, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, about the pedagogy behind her “Introduction to Chemistry Education Course.” Mary will tell us more about the Chemistry department’s undergraduate teaching intern program which provides students with an opportunity to gain valuable experience teaching their peers. Together we will discuss how she “teaches the teachers” exploring the topics she includes, her peer observation and transcript analysis assignments, and transferable takeaways from her course that can be applied across disciplines.
March 4th: Tea & Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest William Pagan
A conversation with William Pagan, Acting Associate Vice President for Online Programs, Teaching and Learning with Technology on various in-class polling systems and how they can be leveraged for increased student engagement. William will provide a brief introduction to the capabilities of tools like iClicker, TurningPoint, Top Hat, and Poll Everywhere. Together, we will discuss areas of overlap, distinct differences, available question types, pricing, compatibility with Canvas, and how they can be used to promote active learning.
February 18th: Tea & Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Michelle Shostack
A conversation with Michelle Shostack, Assistant Dean and Director of the SAS Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program on how EOF works to provide a more equitable educational experience for its students. Michelle will tell us more about the EOF Program at Rutgers, how students are selected, and what kinds of support they receive in their studies. Together, we will discuss students’ challenges, strategies that she has found to be successful in supporting student success, as well as the incredible results the SAS EOF Program has had over the last few years!
February 4th: Tea & Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Francesca Maresca
A conversation with Francesca Maresca, Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs - Health & Wellness on the important topic of supporting student wellness. Francesca will discuss two of her current initiatives, the “Wellness Classroom” and the “JED Campus” that are designed to help instructors bring topics around wellness into the classroom and strengthen the mental-health resources on campus, respectively. Together, we will explore the importance of student well-being in supporting learning, as well as discuss current policies and wellness concerns during the Covid-19 crisis.
November 12th: Tea and Teaching with Jeneveive and Special Guest Xenia Morin
A conversation with Xenia Morin, Senior Associate Dean for Learning, Associate Teaching Professor and Undergraduate Program Director of Agriculture and Food Systems, on how she implements experiential, hands-on learning in her courses. Xenia will share with us the details of the “Aerogarden” project that gave students the opportunity to care for and closely observe plant growth while learning remotely through the pandemic. Together, we will explore the pedagogical value of integrating experiential learning into our courses, discuss ways to organize and implement similar approaches, reflect on student feedback, and even engage in a close-looking exercise of our own!
October 29th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Melissa Wooten and Crystal Bedley
A conversation with Melissa Wooten, Associate Vice President for Academic Equity, and Crystal Bedley, Director of Faculty Diversity Education and Outreach, from the Division of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement (DICE). Melissa and Crystal will lead us in a discussion around bias and the ways in which it can manifest in the classroom. Together we will explore the topics of affinity bias, implicit bias, and explicit biases as well as the importance of developing an inclusive mindset and how we can work to develop this.
October 15th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Natalia Kouraeva
A conversation with Natalia Kouraeva, Instructional Designer, Teaching and Learning with Technology on key aspects of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Natalia will focus her conversation on ways to create a more inclusive classroom by providing course content through multiple modalities and explain how this approach benefits student learning. Together, we will explore how to increase accessibility in your course design and Natalia will share some implementable strategies to bring UDL principles into your classes.
October 1st: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Nicole Houser
A conversation with Nicole Houser, Associate Teaching Professor and Director of the Rutgers English Language Institute (RELI) on ways to provide students with inclusive, strengths-based feedback informed by culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogies. Nicole will explore the benefits of this approach and discuss how it differs from deficit-minded grading strategies. Together, we will discuss ways to create opportunities for students to demonstrate their communicative expertise in both multilingual and digital literacies and the responses Nicole has received from both instructors employing and students experiencing this method.
September 17th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Iris Zipkin
A conversation with Iris Zipkin, Assistant Dean and Director of First-Year Advising, on ways to support first-year students, especially as we return to fall amid such unusual circumstances.
Iris will share with us information from the newly designed “tool kit” for faculty and staff that includes information about the challenges this class is facing, as well as a resource guide with information on advising, tutoring, counseling, and more. Iris will discuss with Jenevieve what she and campus partners learned from these students as they worked with them through the summer and during the add/drop period.
August 13th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Shan Reeves
A conversation with Shan Reeves, Community Based Counselor for Graduate Programs and Honors College through Counseling Alcohol and Other Drug Assistance Programs Psychological Services (CAPS), on ways instructors can support student mental health this coming fall semester. Shan will share with us some of what he has learned from students about their psychological well-being during the pandemic as well as his concerns about the new challenges students face as we return to an uncertain fall.
July 23rd: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Kaylin Padovano
An important conversation with Kaylin Padovano, LMSW, Faculty and Staff Training Coordinator for Rutgers’ Enhancing Victim Services project, on the role faculty and staff play in ending interpersonal violence on campus. Many Rutgers students experience sexual and dating violence prior to and since arriving on campus, with LGBTQI+ students particularly at risk. However, most are not aware of campus resources and tend to disclose to informal sources at higher rates—including trusted peers, professors and other university staff. Kaylin will discuss the results of the 2018 campus climate survey on sexual violence and harassment, responding to student disclosures and utilizing campus resources.
July 9th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Kristen Syrett
A conversation with Kristen Syrett, Associate Professor and Undergraduate Program Director in the Department of Linguistics, on strategies to build inclusive communities in the classroom, the department, and in your respective fields. Kristen will share with us the many activities, mentoring opportunities, and moments of connection she has built into the department’s relationship with its majors, as well as key ways she uses group work and outreach in her assignments to build community. Together, we will explore the importance of building space for inclusive communities and brainstorm ways to implement this into your own courses.
June 25th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Mary Labrada
A conversation with Mary Labrada, Senior Instructional Designer, Teaching and Learning with Technology on the culturally responsive practice of "counter-story telling.” Mary will discuss the vital importance of giving space to non-dominant narratives in our courses and the way in which this practice promotes an equitable learning environment. Together, we will explore strategies for engaging in these narratives, creating space for critical student reflection, and implementing equitable and inclusive teaching practices in our courses.
June 11th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Pauline Carpenter
A conversation on transparency in teaching and learning with Pauline Carpenter, Instructional Design and Technology Specialist. Pauline will discuss the value of transparency in course design, assignments, and in providing effective feedback. Together, we’ll discuss ways to make learning explicit and explore how being transparent with policies, learning goals, and constructive comments can create a more equitable learning environment for all students.
May 7th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Susan Lawrence
A conversation with Susan Lawrence, Vice Dean of Undergraduate Education and Associate Professor of Political Science. After a year and a half of remote learning conditions, Susan will share with us her perspectives on this year in review. Together we will explore some of her biggest takeaways and reflect on both the challenges and new perspectives learned during this time of incredible difficulty.
April 23rd: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guests Mary Labrada and Dena Novak
A conversation with Mary Labrada and Dena Novak, Senior Instructional Designers from Teaching and Learning with Technology on using the Canvas Groups feature. Mary and Dena will share a brief overview of the Groups feature on Canvas, including how to set up, manage, and assign work and discussions to student groups, as well as how to grade student submissions. Together, we'll discuss best practices for using Groups in Canvas and ways to facilitate effective collaboration to increase engagement and support equitable participation. We hope you'll join us for this informative conversation.
April 16th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Pauline Carpenter
A conversation with Pauline Carpenter, Instructional Design and Technology Specialist. Pauline will share with us some key elements of “Design Justice” a framework that can be applied to course design that prioritizes individuals traditionally marginalized in higher education. Together we’ll discuss how to build inclusive classroom communities, how to involve students in the course building process, and how to provide useful feedback to enhance student learning. Whether you’re thinking about your current course or planning for next fall.
April 9th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Christina Chisholm
A conversation with Christina Chisholm, Director of the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program. Christina will tell us more about the McNair program's efforts to support low-income, first-generation college students and students from underrepresented racial or ethnic groups in pursuing graduate education. Together, we'll discuss what she's learning about advising students through the graduate application process during the pandemic, ways that we can best advise students interested in pursing doctoral degrees, and how we can encourage students to pursue their educational goals by examining a multitude of potential career paths.
March 26: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Dena Novak
A conversation with Dena Novak, Senior Instructional Designer and Faculty Development Coordinator, from Teaching and Learning with Technology on Canvas Assignments. Dena will share a brief overview of the Assignment feature on Canvas, including key settings, how to create and publish different types of assignments, and the relationship between the Assignments and Gradebook tools. Together, we'll discuss best practices on how to frame assignments in ways that increase student engagement and support student learning.
March 12th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Teresa Politano
A conversation with Teresa Politano from the Office for Faculty Development about her office’s resources to support Part-Time Lecturers. Teresa will share specifics about the PTL advancement process and discuss workshops, writing support, and other professional development offerings provided by her office.
For more information about the Professional Development Fund:
March 5th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Alec Walen
A conversation with Alec Walen, Professor of Law and Philosophy, and Director of the Program in Criminal Justice about his experience teaching with podcasts. Alec will discuss how his assignment of creating a podcast supported students in achieving course learning goals and encouraged them to engage deeply with research in ways distinct from the traditional research paper. Together, we will discuss both the practical aspects of implementing such an assignment and listen to snippets of Alec’s reflective “meta-podcast” that features both student interviews and portions of their own work.
To listen to Alec's Metapodcast click here:
Rutgers Library Podcast Resources: https://libguides.rutgers.edu/fordham/podcast
Links for free music for podcasting:
February 19th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Rob Scott
A conversation with Rob Scott, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Undergraduate Director, about ways he employed the tool VoiceThread in his Xenoanthropology course last fall. Rob will share how he leveraged the tool to foster student engagement and facilitate active learning and student-student interaction.
February 12th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Justin Kalef
A conversation with Justin Kalef, Assistant Teaching Professor of Philosophy and Director of Teaching Innovation about strategies he employs to promote student autonomy and interaction in his online Logic course. Justin will share how he uses a collaborative flipped classroom model to allow students a self-paced way through the course with ample opportunity for teamwork and cooperation. Together, we will explore how his newly designed grading-scheme and highly interactive course design help encourage student learning.
February 5th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guests Donna Gustafson & Amanda Potter
A conversation with Donna Gustafson, Interim Director, Curator and Director of Academic Programs and Amanda Potter, Curator of Education and Interpretation at the Zimmerli Art Museum. While the museum remains physically closed, it is virtually available to you and your students! Together, we will explore interdisciplinary ways to use the museum’s collection as a teaching resource, as well as highlight ongoing virtual programs and ways for you and your students to be involved, especially their new Student Guide Program.
January 29th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Michael Weingart
A conversation with Michael Weingart, Teaching Professor of Mathematics, about his experience last fall using mastery based grading, a technique that gives students incentives and opportunities to correct mistakes and work toward clear understanding of whole topics. Reflecting on last semester’s experience, Michael will share with us his main takeaways from employing this approach including, how to best define grading benchmarks, how to incorporate learning goals directly into assessment, the effects of individualized feedback on student success, and the ways in which this practice helps to create a more equitable learning environment for students
January 22nd: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Eliza Blau
Start the new semester off with a conversation with Eliza Blau, Instructional Design and Technology Specialist, about the six best practices for organizing your course in Canvas. Eliza will share with us a model course template and together, we will explore some of Canvas’s key features, as well as pitfalls to avoid!
December 11th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Jakora Holman
A conversation with Jakora Holman, Director of the Paul Robeson Cultural Center, about ways to support students and promote equity and inclusion in our classes. In her work directing what is widely recognized as one of the first Black college campus cultural centers in the United States, Jakora will share with us what she's learning from the students in her community about their experiences both in and out of the (virtual) classroom.
December 4th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Beth Tracy
A conversation with Beth Tracy, Senior Director, Rutgers Office for Faculty Development on the timely topic of faculty and instructor burnout. Beth will share with us some of the common experiences she encounters in her work, as well as strategies to help manage the stress and exhaustion we face at the end of the semester, particularly in our isolating, remote conditions.
Other Writing support: https://academicaffairs.rutgers.edu/writing-support
Home page: Rutgers Office for Faculty Development
Postdoc office (not part of Office for Faculty Development, but both report to EVPAA) https://postdocs.rutgers.edu/
November 20th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Chris Drue
A conversation with Chris Drue, Associate Director of Teaching Evaluation, Center for Teaching Advancement & Assessment Research about Student Instructional Rating Survey (SIRS) course evaluations. Together we will discuss both ways to encourage student engagement and increase completion rates, especially in our remote environment, and ways to use the results to inform your teaching for next semester. Join us with your questions and concerns.
November 13th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Chaz Ruggieri
A conversation with Charles (“Chaz”) Ruggieri, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Department of Physics and Astronomy, on his use of open educational resources (OERs) in lieu of the standard textbook in introductory physics courses. Together we will discuss the student-centered rationale for making such a change, including findings from Chaz’s recent study on student attitudes toward both textbook and online resources. Regardless of discipline, come and bring your questions about how to implement similar resources in your own class and as always.
November 6th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Jennifer Lenahan Cleary
A conversation with Jennifer Lenahan Cleary, Director of the Career Explorations in Arts and Sciences Initiative in the Office of Undergraduate Education, on how to help guide students as they think about life after Rutgers. Together, we’ll discuss strategies to encourage students to think broadly about potential career paths, especially in light of the complicated pandemic-job market and ways to make sure that our guidance is supportive, inclusive, and transparent. Just in time for next week’s Career Week and Major/Minor fair, bring your tea and join us for this important discussion on how to support your students.
October 30th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guests Karen Harris and Marian Passannante
A presentation on “Rituals and Rubrics.” Together, they will explore how to craft and implement effective rubrics for individual assignments, at both the course and program level. We will discuss tips and tricks to make the process effective, efficient, and not a Halloween horror story!
October 23rd: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Marc Muniz
A conversation with Marc Muniz, Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology on how to craft effective multiple-choice questions that elicit critical thinking and support your course learning goals. Together we will discuss how to design questions with both equity and academic integrity in mind, as well as how to reflect on student responses as a valuable form of feedback.
October 16th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guests Justin Kelley and Halston Fleming
A conversation with Justin Kelley, Assistant Dean of Students for Advocacy and Outreach and Halston Fleming, Case Manager in the Office of the Dean of Students on what steps to take when you identify students in need of additional support, particularly in our remote environment. With plenty of time for Q&A we hope you will join us for this important discussion.
October 9th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Demetri Lallas
A conversation with Demetri Lallas, Assistant Director, Writing Program on facilitating asynchronous participation and conducting remote peer review. Demetri will explore strategies to encourage student engagement in online discussion forums and detail ways to structure productive and encouraging peer reviews, while reinforcing standards of academic integrity. Together we can brainstorm ways to translate these practices in our own classrooms.
October 2nd: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Christie Lutz
A conversation with Christie Lutz, New Jersey Regional Studies Librarian and Head of Public Services at Rutgers University Libraries. Christie will discuss the multi-disciplinary holdings of the Special Collections and University Archives (SC/UA) and ways to feature their materials in your courses. She’ll also share with us some specific assignments that illustrate how to enrich your classroom using primary sources. Together, we can discuss how to make use of this resource even in our current remote conditions.
September 25th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Michael Weingart
A conversation with Michael Weingart, Teaching Professor of Mathematics on his use of mastery-based grading, a technique that gives students incentives and opportunities to correct mistakes and work toward clear understanding of whole topics. Together we will explore how he has implemented this practice and discuss how it maintains high standards, encourages a growth mindset, and helps students remain engaged with challenging content.
September 18th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Tatiana Rodriguez
A conversation on teaching with multi-media materials. She will share both strategies to incorporate more multi-media elements in your courses including using tools like Voice Thread and PlayPosit, as well as, assignments she employs like mediated speeches and “teach-backs.” Together we will explore ways to enliven your courses with various forms of media.
September 11th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guest Justin Kalef
A conversation on online team-based, active learning strategies with Justin Kalef, Assistant Teaching Professor of Philosophy and Director of Teaching Innovation. Together we will discuss strategies for incorporating teamwork in online courses, as well as his experience using immersive experiences online. We hope you will join us for a productive conversation
September 4th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and Special Guests Christine Altinis-Kiraz, Mary Kate Schiff, & Mason Ameri
A special conversation with three members of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education’s academic integrity working group: Christine Altinis-Kiraz, Chemistry, SAS; Mary Kate Schiff, SAS Office of Advising and Academic Services; and Mason Ameri, Rutgers Business School. Together we will discuss new resources available to faculty to help address issues of academic integrity and strategies to discourage cheating, particularly in the remote environment.
August 21st: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Corinne Castro
A special conversation with Corinne Castro, Senior Director for Faculty Diversity & Inclusion within the Division of Diversity, Inclusion & Community Engagement. Together we will discuss the disparities in access within our Rutgers community that recent events have brought to light.
August 14th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Joseph Yankus
A special conversation with Joseph Yankus about best practices for managing asynchronous online courses. Together we will discuss tools, tips, and strategies to facilitate student engagement and deliver course content asynchronously.
August 7th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guests Christina Bifulco and Chris Drue
A conversation with Christina Bifulco, Associate Director for Teaching and Learning Analytics and Chris Drue, Associate Director of Teaching Evaluation, from the Center for Teaching Advancement & Assessment Research about best practices in administering, designing, and grading online exams and assessments. Together we will discuss both tools and strategies to administer exams online as well as discuss ways to craft open-book assignments and creative alternatives.
Options for Giving Remote Final Exams Workshop (must sign in to Canvas to view)
Writing Exam Questions that Measure Student Learning Workshop (must sign in to Canvas to view)
July 31st: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Joseph Yankus
A conversation with Joseph Yankus, Senior Instructional Designer, Teaching and Learning with Technology about best practices for managing synchronous online courses. Together we will discuss tools, tips, and strategies to facilitate student engagement and deliver live lectures and group discussions. We will also explore tools which can enhance the synchronous learning experience, including Google Docs and Kahoot... and have some tea!
July 24th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Megan Lotts
A conversation with Megan Lotts, Art Librarian, about resources and strategies to help support undergraduate research during this period of remote instruction. Learn more about what the libraries are offering for fall semester and ways you can incorporate library resources into your courses.
July 17th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Crystal Akers
A conversation with Crystal Akers, Assistant Teaching Professor and Online Coordinator in the Department of Linguistics, about strategies she employs to create an effective instructor presence in her online courses. Together, we will explore ways to communicate instructor presence through the online platform.
July 10th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Ileana Naschescu
A conversation with Ileana Nachescu, Teaching Instructor and Assistant Undergraduate Director, Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies about her experience engaging students with multi-media resources and assignments, more specifically, with podcasts!
June 26th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Rachel Kremen
A conversation with Rachel Kremen, Teaching Instructor of Journalism and Media Studies about how she uses active learning techniques like games and quizzes in her courses! Together, we will brainstorm ways to facilitate exercises like this in your own courses.
June 19th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Geraldine Cochran
A conversation with Geraldine Cochran, Assistant Professor, Office of STEM Education and Department of Physics and Astronomy about equity in teaching and course design. Together, we will discuss strategies to create a more equitable learning environment for all students.
June 12th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guests Helen Buettner and Waheed Bajwa
A conversation with Helen Buettner, Professor and Chair, Chemical & Biochemical Engineering, and Waheed Bajwa, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering about flipping the classroom. Together, we will discuss the benefits of a flipped classroom format and brainstorm ways to translate this to a remote environment.
June 5th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guests Ariel Leget and Krystyne Savarese
A conversation with Ariel Leget, Assistant Director for Living-Learning Communities and Academic Initiatives, and Krystyne Savarese, Senior Director of Residence Life for Campus Communities about ways to build community among our students. Together we will brainstorm the best ways to create a sense of community both in person and in the remote environment
May 29th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Kathryn Loder-Murphy
A conversation with Kathryn Loder-Murphy, Assistant Director of the Office of Disability Services along with some of her colleagues about the experiences of our students with accommodations requests during remote instruction this Spring. Together we will discuss what worked, what didn’t, and best practices to consider for next semester.
May 22nd: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guests, Nicole Houser and Nela Navarro
A conversation with Nicole Houser, Director of the Rutgers English Language Institute (RELI) and Nela Navarro, Director of Graduate English Language Learner & International Teaching Assistants Program about strategies to make the remote-classroom setting more inclusive, not just for multi-lingual students, but for all students. Together we will brainstorm ideas for next semester.
May 15th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guests, Barbara Cooper and Chuck Keeton
A conversation with Barbara Cooper, Professor of History and Chuck Keeton, Academic Dean of the Honors Program and Professor of Physics & Astronomy about some of positive outcomes from remote teaching this semester and how to incorporate these benefits next semester and beyond. Take a break from grading to share with us what you've experienced this semester
May 8th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guests, Christy Beal and Richard Serrano
A conversation with Christy Beal, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Division of Life Sciences and Richard Serrano, Professor of French and Comparative Literature and Chair, Department of French about grading and its challenges during the pandemic. Take a break from grading to share your thoughts about grading this semester
May 1st: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guests from OAAS Catrina Gall and Madison-Edwards Bednar
A conversation with Catrina Gallo and Madison Edwards-Bednar of the SAS Office of Advising and Academic Services. Come join us in a casual space for discussion of all things teaching and Q&A with our guests!
April 24th: Tea and Teaching with Jenevieve and special guest Dean of Students Jeff Broggi
A conversation with Jeff Broggi, Associate Dean of Students. He’s excited to talk about his office’s approach to COVID-19 and ways we all can support students through the current crisis.