CETL provides opportunities for faculty to expand their pedagogical knowledge and skills through panels, guest speakers, and cross-disciplinary discussions. Past events include:

 

TALKS

Student Mental Health Opportunities

Dr. Shalini Mathew

 

Equity and Online Teaching Event

Guest speaker Kevin Kelly

 

Faculty Rights: Academic Freedom, Recording, and Freedom in Learning

Nathan Lukkes

 

Introduction to Library’s Electronic Resources

Librarians Lynn Klundt, Maren Williams, and Nicole Christiansen

 

Universal Design for Learning 

Dr. Jess Vogel, instructor for School of Education; Doris Stusiak, Disability Services director; and Jason Henslee, coordinator of Instructional Technology Services

 

Cultivating Healthy Interpersonal Relationships with Students

Dr. Tiffany Wang, associate professor of communication studies and director of Progression to Profession Quality Enhancement Plan at the University of Montevallo

 

No Stress HyFlex

Dr. Jenni Hayman, international learning specialist and education activist, Cambrian College, Ontario, Canada

 

HyFlex Tech

Dr. Ben Harley, director, NSU Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, assistant professor of English

 

Innovative Teaching: Key Principles from the Science of Learning to Make Your Teaching More Creative and Engaging

Dr. Christy Friend, director, Center for Teaching Excellence, professor of English language and literature, University of South Carolina

 

Digital Equity during a Pandemic

Dr. Chris Gilliard, professor of English and rhetoric, Macomb Community College

 

Let’s Listen to Students: Results of the 2020 NSSE

Dr. Brenda Mammenga, director, NSU Institutional Research and Assessment

 

Community Building in HyFlex Classes

Dr. Maha Bali, associate professor of practice, Center for Learning and Teaching, American University in Cairo

 

Communicating in an Online Environment: Engaging Online Learners

Dr. Marcia Dixson, associate vice chancellor for teaching and learning, professor of communication, Purdue University at Fort Wayne

 

Access and Accessibility in Classrooms

Dr. Stephanie Kerschbaum, associate professor of English, University of Delaware

 

PANELS

Promotion and Tenure

The Promotion and Tenure Committee

 

HyFlex Forum

Dr. Mike Wanous, NSU provost

Dr. Erin Fouberg, NSU associate vice president for Academic Affairs

Dr. Ben Harley, NSU director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Jason Henslee, NSU coordinator of Instructional Technology Services

Keith Griebel, NSU director of Media Services

Danette Long, NSU instructional designer

 

Liberal Arts Roundtable

Dr. Liz Sills, NSU assistant professor of communication studies and coordinator of First Year Seminar

Noah Files, NSU assistant professor of theater design

Dr. Amber Henderson, NSU associate professor of marketing/management

Dr. Andrew Russell, NSU associate professor of biology and coordinator of undergraduate research

 

Get Grant Money: Finding and Submitting Grants

Dr. Alyssa Kiesow, NSU dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and director of sponsored projects

Dr. Susan Citrak, NSU assistant professor of chemistry

Dr. Erin Fouberg, NSU associate vice president for Academic Affairs

Dr. George Nora, NSU associate professor of chemistry and safety officer

Dr. Ginny Lewis, NSU professor of German

 

Get Grant Money: Writing and Procuring Grants

Dr. Alyssa Kiesow, NSU dean of College of Arts and Sciences and director of sponsored projects

Dr. Stephen Usitalo, NSU professor of history and department chair

Dr. Ginny Lewis, NSU professor of German

Dr. Christopher Stanichar, NSU assistant professor of music and director, Aberdeen University-Civic Symphony

 

Native American Pedagogies: Decolonizing Data and Curriculum in HED

Dr. Laura Nelson, NSU American Indian Circle Program director and academic advisor

Dr. Amber Henderson, NSU associate professor of marketing/management

Dr. Pamela Monaghan-Geernaert, NSU assistant professor of sociology

Dr. Kristi Brownfield, NSU associate professor of sociology