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Learn to use the CREATE method in your classroom

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

CREATE is a systematic method for teaching students to engage in the research process using published papers. When the method is used, students have opportunities to read parts of a publication, analyze and critique the data, and predict the next … Continued

Learn to use the CREATE method in your classroom

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

CREATE is a systematic method for teaching students to engage in the research process using published papers. When the method is used, students have opportunities to read parts of a publication, analyze and critique the data, and predict the next … Continued

Learn to use the CREATE method in your classroom

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

CREATE is a systematic method for teaching students to engage in the research process using published papers. When the method is used, students have opportunities to read parts of a publication, analyze and critique the data, and predict the next … Continued

Learn to use the CREATE method in your classroom

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

CREATE is a systematic method for teaching students to engage in the research process using published papers. When the method is used, students have opportunities to read parts of a publication, analyze and critique the data, and predict the next … Continued

The Sounds of Diversity: Addressing Regional Dialects Through Inclusive Teaching

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

In this workshop we will discuss issues surrounding linguistic diversity in the classroom, particularly the challenges and opportunities it presents for teaching.  We will examine the notion of linguistic “standards” as applied to written and spoken language, and consider tools … Continued

The Sounds of Diversity: Addressing Regional Dialects Through Inclusive Teaching

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

In this workshop we will discuss issues surrounding linguistic diversity in the classroom, particularly the challenges and opportunities it presents for teaching.  We will examine the notion of linguistic “standards” as applied to written and spoken language, and consider tools … Continued

The Sounds of Diversity: Addressing Regional Dialects Through Inclusive Teaching

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

In this workshop we will discuss issues surrounding linguistic diversity in the classroom, particularly the challenges and opportunities it presents for teaching.  We will examine the notion of linguistic “standards” as applied to written and spoken language, and consider tools … Continued

The Sounds of Diversity: Addressing Regional Dialects Through Inclusive Teaching

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

In this workshop we will discuss issues surrounding linguistic diversity in the classroom, particularly the challenges and opportunities it presents for teaching.  We will examine the notion of linguistic “standards” as applied to written and spoken language, and consider tools … Continued

Research Statements for Academic Jobs

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

This session covers how to write research statements for academic jobs that often are required when applying for faculty positions. **For postdocs and graduate students** Sign-in: 9:45am; presentation will being at 10am Presenter: Sohini Sengupta, Research Coordinator, Center for Faculty … Continued

Research Statements for Academic Jobs

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

This session covers how to write research statements for academic jobs that often are required when applying for faculty positions. **For postdocs and graduate students** Sign-in: 9:45am; presentation will being at 10am Presenter: Sohini Sengupta, Research Coordinator, Center for Faculty … Continued

Research Statements for Academic Jobs

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

This session covers how to write research statements for academic jobs that often are required when applying for faculty positions. **For postdocs and graduate students** Sign-in: 9:45am; presentation will being at 10am Presenter: Sohini Sengupta, Research Coordinator, Center for Faculty … Continued

Research Statements for Academic Jobs

Wilson Library room 304 (ground/basement)

This session covers how to write research statements for academic jobs that often are required when applying for faculty positions. **For postdocs and graduate students** Sign-in: 9:45am; presentation will being at 10am Presenter: Sohini Sengupta, Research Coordinator, Center for Faculty … Continued