The Richard L. Conolly College of Liberal Arts and Sciences invites the LIU Brooklyn Campus Community to explore ideas with your colleagues at the Faculty Forum.
What is the Faculty Forum?
The Faculty Forum, sponsored by the Dean of Richard L. Conolly College, provides an informal venue where faculty from different disciplines within the College and from the campus's other schools can gather to engage each other in lively intellectual exchange.
Upcoming Faculty Forum
Measuring Learning in an Era of Completion: Strategies for Faculty
Tuesday, October 16, 2012, Noon - 2:00 p.m.
Location: Library Learning Center 515
Call for Proposals
Do you have work in progress suitable for a general faculty audience?
Are you interested in organizing a panel with colleagues on innovative pedagogy or topics related to the Academy? If so, please contact William Burgos (x1094) or Gladys Schrynemakers (x3405) to arrange a Faculty Forum presentation or e-mail the Faculty Forum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent presenters include:
- Profs. Jim Lyttle and David Spierer, Trends in Active Pedagogy
- Prof. Syed Ali, Understanding Acculturaltion and De-acculturation of Second-Generation Immigrants: A Status Model
- Prof. Dennis Broe, Is Paris Burning?: Contemporary French Politics and Culture
- Profs. Ellen Becker, Nancy Lemberger, and Shariar Mokhtari-Sharghi, Enriching Teaching through Technology: Examples from the Classroom
For further information:
Please contact William Burgos (x1094) or Gladys Schrynemakers (x3405).