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Friday, November 12 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Q&A: Enriching Teaching

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This session is an opportunity for participants to have a Question and Answer (Q&A) time with presenters who presented an on demand session. There’s no presentations, just the time and space for attendees to talk with on demand presenters about the work they have shared at the conference this year. The on demand sessions have been clustered around a shared theme. Each theme has an hour long, live Zoom session where attendees can jump in and out. So all presentations connected to a theme will be together in the same Q&A time slot. The theme for this session is:

Enriching Teaching These sessions offer concrete approaches to enrich the classroom experience for our learners, from feedback to learners to frameworks for course design.

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Ashley Montgomery

Assistant Dean of Teaching, Learning and Assessment, University of Maine at Farmington
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Sarah Wyman

Director, Faculty Development Center, SUNY New Paltz
Sustainability Education; Community Building; Eddy at New Paltz (https://hawksites.newpaltz.edu/eddy/events/); International Mother Language Day; new faculty mentoring
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Dr. S. Raj Chaudhury

Executive Director Innovation in Learning Center and USAonline Associate Professor of Physics, University of South Alabama
Dr. Chaudhury was trained as a physicist, receiving his B.A. from Vassar College and M.S. and Ph.D. from UCLA. He spent ten years as a physics faculty member at Norfolk State University.  His work in STEM education has been funded by agencies such as NASA & NSF. His educational publications... Read More →
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Tracy Bartholomew

Director for Learning Assessment and the Center for Teaching & Learning, University of the Arts

Heather Keith

Executive Director of Faculty Development, Professor of Philosophy, Radford University
Course and curriculum innovation, incorporating wicked problems across the curriculum, brave pedagogy
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Melissa Eblen-Zayas

Professor of Physics, Carleton College
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Carie King

Associate Professor of English, Taylor University
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Lisa LaCross

Associate Director, Faculty Development, University of South Alabama
Ask me about my cats! Please! :)

Katelin E. Dannen

Associate, University of Iowa
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Darren Hoffmann

Associate Professor, The University of Iowa
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Lew Ludwig

Director, Center for Learning and Teaching, Denison University
I am in my third year as Center Director at Denison University. I will serve as the Small Colleges and Small Programs SIG chairperson for the upcoming year.I am particularly interested in sharing and discussing ideas for small center programs, as well as developing sustainable programs... Read More →
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Bart Everson

Creative Generalist, Xavier University of Louisiana
As a creative generalist for faculty development, it’s my professional mission to encourage teachers to think deeply about their teaching, to explore new pedagogical techniques, and to thrive as whole human beings. To those ends, I am a passionate advocate for contemplative pedagogy... Read More →
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David S. Williams

Assistant Dean, Institutional and Academic Success | Frederick P. Whiddon College of Medicine, University of South Alabama
 Dr. Williams leads and oversees academic support programs that the Whiddon College of Medicine provides to its students, including individual counseling of students, workshops to help students understand how to achieve academic success, a method for more closely monitoring student... Read More →

Friday November 12, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm EST