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CITLA News & Events (updated December 22, 2014)
CITLA’s 5th Annual Winter Workshop
Are you looking for ways to increase your students disciplinary knowledge, enhance their research skills and provide them opportunities for collaborative work with you and community partners? Attend CITLA's 5th Annual Winter Workshop from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 7, in Room 4090 at the Knight Campus in Warwick. The workshop will focus on two instructional approaches, service learning and action-based research, that can provide these benefits. Come listen as faculty from other community colleges discuss their experiences with these methods, learn about mini-grants that are available to support this work and consider how you might incorporate these approaches into your own teaching.
Presenters include Dr. Carie Hertzberg, Executive Director of Rhode Island Campus Compact,Courtney Anstett, Service Learning Coordinator at Norwalk Community College, Amber Caulkins, Program Director, College & University Research Collaborative of Rhode Island and Dr. Mercedes Franco, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science and coordinator for the new undergraduate research initiative at Queensborough Community College.
Deadline Extended CITLA Award for Fostering Innovative Teaching at CCRI
This award recognizes a full-time faculty member who has been instrumental in sharing teaching expertise with colleagues. Interested participants may nominate a colleague or nominate themselves. The nomination process will end on February 6, 2015. A CITLA Advisory Board subcommittee will recommend a candidate to Vice President Lamontagne. The award will be given at CITLA’s Spring Symposium 2015.
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