The Teaching & Learning Forum was created by a group of faculty in 1992. The Forum offers retreats, book groups, workshops, collaborative projects, and other initiatives in support of faculty development. Activities are directed by the Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (TLA) Committee , a standing committee of the Faculty Senate, and the appointed coordinator who also serves as chair of the TLA Committee. Forum offices are located in Room 326 of the Stewart Library. The office is staffed year round. Please visit our library of books and materials on teaching and learning, including updated versions of MLA, APA and AMA manuals for publication and editing.
ISETL 2018 in Tempe, Arizona
Are you trying to publish for tenure and promotion? Do you have some research focused on teaching and learning? Here are some selected journals on teaching and learning to which you could send your submission. Good luck!
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
2nd Annual Intermountain Teaching for Learning Conference
Theme: “Cultivating a Learning Mindset (CALM)”
March 15-16, 2018
Nevada State College, Henderson, Nevada
Now accepting Conference Proposals and Registrations.
Deadline for Proposals: December 18th
For more details, click here: T4L Conference Website.
Conference Keynote Speaker: Dr. Saundra McGuire, Author of Teach Students How to Learn
Grant Forum: Funding Your Research at a Regional Public University through Nationally Competitive Grants
Weber State University welcomes
Portland State University
Finding funding for major social science research at a regional public university requires a combination of hard work, support from colleagues, students, and administrators, as well as large helpings of luck and chutzpah. In 2015 Rajiv Sharma of Portland State University received a large National Institute of Health (NIH) grant to fund his project on healthcare economics. Join us to share the experience of one project in its fifth year and is producing important evidence regarding access to primary care and how state and federal policies affect access to primary care. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Professor Sharma specializes in microeconomics and health economics. He has collaborated extensively with physicians, and has advised public agencies on health and economic issues. Professor Sharma has led the Longitudinal Access to Physicians Study (LAPS) since its inception in 2013. LAPS audits primary care physicians nationally to assess the effects of state a federal policies on access to health care. The first paper from this study was recently published in Economics Letters. The study is now funded by the NIH.
Friday, October 13
Grant Forum: 2:30pm, Wattis 104
We’re pleased to let you know that registration is now open for High-Impact Practices in the States, meeting February 22-24 at California State University Dominguez Hills, in Southern California.
A preliminary program, call for proposals, and registration link are available from either of these pages:
California State University, Dominguez Hills
National Association of System Heads “Taking Student Success to Scale”
We also encourage you to join us later this summer for a series of free webcasts on organizing and assessing high-impact practices.