Fall Faculty Conference



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The 2013 Fall Faculty Conference featured breakout sessions and presentations by Michele Acker (Psychology), Jennifer Bennett Biology) Tammy Birk (English; Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies), Sarah Bouchard (Biology), Sue Constable (Education), Beth Daugherty (English), Paul Eisenstein (English), Joan Esson (Chemistry), Melissa Gilbert (Center for Community Engagement), Richard Gilbert (Integrative Studies), Robin Grote (Chemistry & Biochemistry) Hayes, Carrie Hayes (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Amy Johnson (Art), John Kengla (Integrative Studies and Senior Year Experience; Center for Community Engagement), Dee Knoblauch (Education), Shannon Lakanen (English), Andrew Mills (Philosophy), Diane Nance (Office of Sponsored Programs), Patridge, Stephanie Patridge (Philosophy), Shelley Payne (Health & Sport Sciences), Kathryn Plank (Education), Maria Polak (Business, Accounting, and Economics), Alison Prindle (Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs), Aaron Reinhard (Physics), Kristin Reninger (Education), Joan Rocks (Health and Sport Sciences), Jeff Rudzinksi (Office of Sponsored Programs), Saunders, Colin Saunders (Center for Teaching and Learning), Barbara Schaffner (Nursing), Carrie Scheckelhoff (Education), Wendy Sherman Heckler (Education), Jeff Smith (Mathematics), John Stefano (Theatre & Dance), Karen Steigman (English), Kerry Strayer (Communication), John Tansey (Chemistry & Biochemistry), David Todd (English), Paul Wendel (Education), Patti Wilson (Health & Sport Sciences), and Anna Young (Biology)

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Curriculum and Instruction | Higher Education

2013 Fall Faculty Conference: Becoming A Model Community



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