April 16, 2014
CC: UC 246 | DC: HNS 402 | GC: Nesbitt 2214 | OC: Classroom 312/VC2
Facilitated by: Sheri Hardee, CTLL Service-Learning Faculty Fellow
As part of high-impact and engaging practices, higher education institutions are placing increased focus on undergraduate research, especially on student conference presentations and student publications. With so many strong service-learning projects at the University of North Georgia, this is a prime area in which to strengthen our emphasis on undergraduate research. This workshop is meant to help faculty and staff guide students engaged in service-learning in presenting on their projects and practices at conferences or writing about their work for publication. In this workshop session, we will examine the conference process, including possible conference venues, proposal writing, and funding. We will hear from students who have presented on their work and who can serve as guides for our students. In addition, we will look at possible publication options for students and how to mentor students through the writing for publication process.
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Wednesday, April 9, 2014, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
CC: University Center 262
DC: Health and Natural Sciences 402
GC: Nesbitt, Room 5105
OC: Classroom 312/VC1
Presented by: Ezekiel Black
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Academic Advisors answer Faculty questions
Friday, April 4, 2014
9:00 – 11:00 am
Gainesville Campus | Science Building | 142
Refreshments will be served
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March 31, 2014
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Gainesville: Nesbitt Building 5105
Presented by: Jim Shimkus
In this special session, Jim will discuss The Writing Center, what they offer students and faculty, and how to make the most of their presence on the Oakwood campus.
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Wednesday, March 26, 2014
(RSVP by Friday, March 21st)
12: 00 – 1:00 pm
Cumming | UC 262
Dahlonega | LTC 162
Gainesville | Nesbitt 5105
Oconee | Classroom 213 /VC1
Presented by: Kathryn Hinds and Erin Ganaway
This brown bag discussion will focus on ways that creative writers bring their perspective to the teaching of First-Year Composition.
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Facilitated by: Karen Redding
Monday, March 24, 2014 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Dahlonega | Library Technology Center, Room 162
Gainesville | Dunlap Mathis, Room 137
Oconee | Classroom 312/VC2
In June of this year, University of North Georgia was awarded a $99,999 grant to work with adaptive learning technologies in developmental courses, particularly English 0099, Reading 0099, and ESL. Dr. Kris Roney and Karen Redding, project co-directors, will explain the purpose of the grant, share the goals and structure of the UNG project, as well as discuss the potential scaling up of the program to use in English composition and developmental and entry-level math courses.
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