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We're Gonna Need a Bigger Lever

Julia M. Williams,
Interim Dean of Cross-Cutting Programs and Emerging Opportunities & Professor of English, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

On May 7 and 8, I joined a group of STEM educators for the inaugural “Levers for Change” meeting, sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).  798 more words

Academic Change

164. To be, or not to be inspired — is not the question

Let me ask you. If you were to secure your physical property (your house) from any fire related damage, electric short circuit or electric appliance malfunction, what would you do as a precaution? 1,161 more words

On Learning


Pioneering Inter-professional simulation at the interface of

In 2017 a series of commissioned courses (by Health Education England (South London)) was designed to meet the challenges and needs of staff across St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation trust in caring for cancer patients.

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How to Prepare a Teaching Dossier

The first time I was asked by my department head to prepare a teaching portfolio was back in the 1990s. At the time, I had no idea what one was or how to go about preparing it. 478 more words


Frustrated by Your Writing Productivity?

by Kristin Janke, PhD

Join the club. Academic writing is the source of much consternation and frustration. In an environment where there are so many teaching and service-related demands on our time, it can be tough to make time for writing. 1,041 more words


Rigor, Meet Reality

How do you define academic rigor? I know when I was completing my undergraduate and graduate coursework, I could tell the difference between a rigorous course and one that would be a little less time consuming. 1,695 more words

Student Success

SHSU Online Faculty Development Sessions - April 2018

SHSU Online is pleased to offer a number of faculty development opportunities for April

Online Cohort and Self-Paced Webinar By Appointment
  • Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
  • Multimedia in Blackboard Courses…
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