How to participate
Faculty participation is completely voluntary, and there are a broad range of possibilities from the individual level to the department/division/college level. Possibilities include:
- The development of a dedicated “Core Seminar” or other special topics course related to the semester’s theme
- Sponsoring a related campus event (e.g., a film screening and discussion, a guest speaker, a creative exhibit or performance, or a panel discussion)
- Simply adding a single theme-related assignment to an existing course and/or offering an extra credit opportunity connected with a theme-related campus event
Thursday, September 7 at 12:30
Center for Teaching and Learning (upper level, Swisher Library):
Joana Owens, Professor of Humanities and Confluence faculty team leader, will host an informational session about the Confluence initiative and faculty opportunities for participating during the Fall 2017 pilot semester and beyond. Lunch will be provided for participants, compliments of the CTL; email Beth Lantz at ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) to reserve your workshop space and lunch.
Interested in more information?
Contact one of the CONFLUENCE faculty team members:
- Dr. Michelle Edmonds (BRCHS)
- Dr. Jay Ivey (CFA)
- Dr. Jim Mirabella (DCOB)
- Dr. Joana Owens (CAS/Humanities Division)
- Dr. Huihui Wang (CAS/Science & Math Division)