Faculty and student award winners will be recognized.
This event has been cancelled.
Julianne Gassman will present "Developing Community Partnerships to Enhance Student Learning and Civic Mindedness in All Disciplines." Service-learning projects offer an educational experience for students and simultaneously addresses a community need. Using the Engaged Faculty Institute (EFI) curriculum, a Service-Learning Institute (SLI) was implemented, giving intentional focus to the collaboration and partnership between the faculty and the community partner.
Scott Peters presents "Regulating Judicial Elections." The book looks at the effect of state codes of judicial conduct on state supreme court elections.
Graduate students and graduate faculty and staff are invited to attend the social mixer to network with the graduate community and enjoy hot cocoa, cookies and good conversation. A prize will be awarded to the graduate program that has the most students attending the event.
Learn how to plan, develop, practice and present oral presentations for professional conferences. Gabriela Olivares, associate dean of the Graduate College, is the workshop presenter.
Learn how to plan, develop, practice and present a poster presentation for professional conferences. Patrick Pease, interim dean of the Graduate College, is the workshop presenter.
James Dietrich, geography, is the workshop presenter. Topics include setting up and using Zotero, a reference manager; leveraging Microsoft Word's built-in feaures such as automatic table of contents generation, figure and table captioning, footnotes and in-text citations and building your front matters such as title pages, signature pages, table of contents and lists of tables and figures.