Teaching Forum: Putting Theory into Practice
Prof. Daina Briedis (EGR)
Prof. Rique Campa (CANR)
Prof. Kathleen Hoag (CNS)
Prof. Tammy Long (CNS)
Prof. Doug Luckie (LBC)
Prof. Brad Marks (CANR/EGR)
Prof. Pat Soranno (CANR)
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM, Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Biomedical Physical Sciences Building Room 1425
1. What innovative teaching methods do you use?
2. What resources are required to implement this method?
3. What challenges are you facing?
Innovative teaching can be difficult, but there is much we can learn from one another. This workshop is intended to provide a forum for MSU STEM faculty to share information on the teaching techniques they use in their classes.
We ask all participants to reflect on the three questions above, and come prepared to share your successes and challenges with your colleagues.
The six MSU STEM faculty listed, who have implemented novel teaching practices into their MSU courses, will facilitate the workshop. Come prepared to participate in a stimulating and productive discussion.
- Daina Briedis is Assistant Dean for Student Advancement in the College of Engineering and an Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.
- Rique Campa is an Associate Dean in the Graduate School and a Professor of Wildlife Ecology in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife.
- Kathleen Hoag is an Associate Professor in the Biomedical Laboratory Diagnostics Program.
- Tammy Long is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Plant Biology.
- Doug Luckie is an Associate Professor of Biology in Lyman Briggs College.
- Brad Marks is a Professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, with a joint appointment in Food Science and Human Nutrition.
- Pat Soranno is a co-Director of the Landscape Limnology Research Group and a Professor in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife.