Teaching Fest Preview: Poster sessions, reception, open house in ARC
February 08, 2018
After the morning panels and roundtables on Monday during the first day of the 2018 Teaching Festival, stop by the Academic Resource Center from 3-5 p.m. for refreshments, to celebrate Webster’s innovations and successes in the area of teaching and learning, and to learn about the Academic Resource Center’s work to support student success.
The ARC is located in Loretto Hall 40 (near Marletto's and Mail & Copy Solutions).
In addition to offering tutoring and writing coaching services, the Academic Resource Center provides support to faculty and students related to academic counseling, academic disability accommodations, academic integrity, assistive technology, learning strategies, time and stress management, and more.
Poster Presentations, RSVP
The Teaching Festival poster session will feature presentations on a wide variety of teaching and learning topics, including case studies and simulations to promote engaged learning, undergraduate research and study abroad as high-impact practices, and resources in the Webster network that support student success and motivation.
The session will also include a syllabus gallery, a display of Webster syllabi from across disciplines designed to help share and foster learner-centered practices.
A complete program of activities can be found on the 2018 Teaching Festival website.
Collaborative Student-Faculty Research: A Study of Learning and Memory Using Western Harvester Ants
- Victoria Brown-Kennerly, Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences
- Kelsey Hausmann, BS Biological Sciences, ‘17
Creating Connection with a Canvas Commons Strategy
- Tyann Cherry, Manager, Operations & Faculty Support, Online Learning Center
- Kevin Gitonga, Manager, Training & Instructional Design, Online Learning Center
- Elvir Mandzukic, Faculty Development Coordinator, Faculty Development Center
- Ryan McDowell, Course Developer, Online Learning Center
Faculty and Student Voices: Integrating an Engaged Learning Platform
- Liza Dister, Faculty Development Coordinator, Faculty Development Center
Harnessing the Power of Collaborative Efforts to Improve Student Success and Engaged Learning
- Student Success Portal (Starfish) Implementation Team
Improving Student Motivation and Inclusion through Case Studies and Simulations in International Relations
- Emmanuel Balogun, Assistant Professor, History, Politics & International Relations
Key Partnerships for Student Success
- Melissa LaMonica, Instructional Designer, Online Learning Center
ORSP: A Secret Ingredient for Student Success
- Carolyn Corley, Associate Vice President, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
- Linda Dahlgren, Senior Grants Analyst, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
- Eric Goedereis, Associate Professor, Dept. of Psychology
- Michael Sauer, Post Award Grant Administrator, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
- Kelly Young, Grants Analyst, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Stacking High-impact Practices: Structuring Undergraduate Research and Study Abroad through Curricular, Co-curricular, and Extra-curricular Activities
- Danielle MacCartney, Associate Professor, Dept. of Anthropology & Sociology
Supporting Faculty and Staff to Ensure Student Success
- Sarah Kuehnle, Instructional Designer, Online Learning Center Kate Sprague, Instructional Designer/Training Specialist, Online Learning Center
Teaching without Textbooks
- Mary Anne Erwin, Distance Learning Librarian, Library
- Holly Hubenschmidt, Head of Instruction & Liaison Services, Library
- Nicole Miller-Struttmann, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences
Using Case Studies to Promote Social Justice and Global Citizenship in the Classroom
- Lindsay Babb, MA student, Dept. of Professional Counseling
- Hasmik Chakaryan, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Professional Counseling