Hanada Al-Masri, Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, received a grant from the GLCA to participate in an intensive week-long workshop on “Digital Pedagogy and Networked Learning,” organized by the Institute for Humanities and Intensive Learning and Teaching at IUPUI, July 2015. The workshop explored ways that technology can be used to build learning communities within the classroom, while also thinking about how to connect our students to a much larger global classroom.
Center for Learning and Teaching (Frank Hassebrock, Director)
A primary goal of Denison’s Center for Learning and Teaching is to support and collaborate with faculty members, at all career stages, on questions, ideas, activities, and research on teaching and learning. The Center’s programs and resources are one component of a wide range of faculty development activities and mentoring programs at Denison related to the development and practice of effective teaching skills.
Message from the IRB
Message from the Institutional Review Board
Effective August 27, 2015, faculty, students and staff planning human subjects research will be required to submit a certificate of completion of the Prospective Researchers’ Informational Course (“Course”) before the Denison University IRB will begin review of a submitted Approval Form.
Please alert others to the information in this notice, including students who are or might be planning research for Fall 2015 or Spring 2016!
Tuesday, September 8 Tuesday Lunch (Knobel Hall) 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Lunch subsidized by Provost’s office – New Price $4 “Preparing to respond to High Risk Low Frequency Incidents on College Campuses” Daniel Hect (Office of Campus Safety) Tuesday, September 15
Tuesday Lunch (Knobel Hall) 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Lunch subsidized by Provost’s office – New Price $4
Thursday, September 17
Chairs Meeting (Huffman Presidents’ Dining Hall) 11:45 a.m.- 1:15 p.m.
David Baker, Professor of English’s new book of poems, Scavenger Loop, was published this summer by W. W. Norton. Reviews of his work appeared in Huffington Post, Gettysburg Review, Plough Quarterly, The New Old Stock, Columbus Alive, and the book was listed as “one of the 13 best books of the year” by Kaveh Akbar in his column.
Nida Bikmen, Associate Professor of Psychology, presented “Gender identity (dis)continuity: Effects on quantitative performance” with Victoria Krumholtz ‘ 16, at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, May 2, 2015, in Chicago.
Nida Bikmen, Associate Professor of Psychology, “Effects of Learning about the History of Women in Science on Gender Identity and Quantitative Performance” with Mary Abbott Torrence’15, at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, May 21-24, in New York City.