Engage in a Teaching Conversation with Faculty on Nov. 7

Learning Innovation invites you to engage in conversation with award-winning Duke faculty as they share teaching insights and lessons learned from their years of teaching. Following the event, the Duke Libraries will host a “meet & greet” for interested faculty to meet with librarians who can help faculty through their research and teaching career at Duke. It’s a great opportunity to establish this important connection.

Title: What I Wish I Had Known About Teaching (at Duke)
Date: Nov. 7, 2018
Time: 3:00-4:30pm
Location: Perkins Library, Room 217
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Faculty speakers for this event are from a variety of disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, engineering, and science, and include:

  • Lisa Merschel, PhD, Senior Lecturer of Romance Studies
  • Peter Feaver, PhD, Professor of Political Science
  • Karen Murphy, PhD, Lecturer of Psychology and Neuroscience & Assistant Dean, Trinity College
  • Joseph Nadeau, PhD, Professor of the Practice in Civil and Environmental Engineering

The information is particularly relevant to new faculty at Duke (those with three years or less teaching experience) but we welcome experienced faculty to attend as well to share their insights during the teaching conversation.

Questions

For more information contact Duke Learning Innovation.

To read about previous events on this topic, see:

Reflections on Teaching Shared with New Duke Faculty
Teaching Insights for New Duke Faculty

Sophia Stone, Ed.D.

Author: Sophia Stone, Ed.D.

Sophia collaborates with faculty to provide pedagogical and academic technology consulting, training, and project management, for campus-based and online initiatives. She consults on innovative teaching practices across academic disciplines, and works with faculty on course planning, course design and development, and assessment strategies. Her research interests include global online education, instructional design, faculty development, distance education, and international learners.