Educated Person Dialogue

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What Does It Mean to be an Educated Person?

Facilitated by Annette Nellen, Faculty-in-Residence for Educated Person Dialogue; Professor, Accounting & Finance

This semester our discussions will center on helping our students take responsibility for becoming an Educated Person and Lifelong Learner. Please join in the conversation as we share and discuss experiences and approaches we have used to address the situations described below. Bring a colleague.

Join your colleagues for brown-bag lunch and discussion, 12:00 pm-1:00pm, in IRC 210


AY 2014-15

Wednesday
10/08/2014

Snow-plow" parents, and the challenges their well-intentioned, but counterproductive support has wrought.

Thursday
11/13/2014

Coming to value and use "constructive criticism" & other feedback.

Thursday
12/04/2014

Feeding many birds with one piece of bread - Restoring Coyote Creek - a campus-wide, cross-disciplinary community engagement project.

Tuesday
2/10/2015

Feeding many birds with one piece of bread - Restoring Coyote Creek - a campus-wide, cross-disciplinary community engagement project (TOPIC CONTINUED from Fall 2014; this session will be located in IRC 101)

Tuesday
3/1/2015

Beyond school colors: University Learning Goals as the Spartan imprimatur.

Thursday
12/04/2014

 Slowing down the snowplow and heading off the helicopter.

 

Spring 2015 Program Flyer [pdf]

AY 2013-14

Thursday
10/17/2013

Discussion of reviews of Derek Bok's Higher Education in America.

Thursday
11/21/2013

The role of social media in higher education.

Suggested Readings:

Social media in higher education (ERIC)

Social media in higher education: A literature review and research directions [pdf]

 
Wednesday
12/11/2013
Still up for grabs...let us know what you think might be interesting...