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Thursday’s Look Ahead–May 1, 2014

Faculty Opportunities Sign up now for one of our fall Faculty Learning Communities on “Engaging Students in the ‘Flipped’ Classroom“ or “Exploring the iPad as a Teaching and Learning Tool.” Mark your calendars for the Tenure & Promotion Retreat, being held May 15th from 12:00…

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Thursday’s Look Ahead–April 24, 2014

Faculty Opportunities Sign up  now for one of our fall Faculty Learning Communities on  “Engaging Students in the ‘Flipped’ Classroom“ or “Exploring the iPad as a Teaching and Learning Tool.” Mark your calendars for the Tenure & Promotion Retreat, being held May 15th from 12:00…

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Lunch with Leland Cheung, Candidate for Lt Governor April 28 @ 11:30

The Martin Institute presents Part 7 of the 8 Part Lieutenant Governor & Attorney General Candidate Series: Lunch with Democratic Candidate for Lieutenant Governor Leland Cheung Cheung has been a member of the Cambridge City Council since 2009. Prior to that, he worked for Cambridge-based…

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Thursday’s Look Ahead-April 17, 2014

Faculty Opportunities Sign up  now for one of our fall Faculty Learning Communities on  “Engaging Students in the ‘Flipped’ Classroom“ or “Exploring the iPad as a Teaching and Learning Tool.” Mark your calendars for the Tenure & Promotion Retreat, being held May 15th from 12:00 – 4:00. Registration…

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Thursday’s Look Ahead-April 10, 2014

Faculty Opportunities ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research NEH Standing Together Initiative Fulbright Specialist Program The Library and the Center for Teaching and Learning are now recruiting applications for the 2014-2015 Faculty LibrarianPartnership Program. Applications are due by Monday, April 14th; the…

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Thursday’s Look Ahead–April 3, 2014

Faculty Opportunities NEH/DFG Bilateral Digital Humanities Program Registration is now open for the Lilly International Spring Conference on “Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning,” being held in Bethesda, MD from May 29 – June 1. The Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning and Community-Based Research is seeking submissions…

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Thursday’s Look Ahead-March 27, 2014

Faculty Opportunities 2015-2016 Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Competition is now open. If you have an innovative idea you’d like to try out in the classroom but need some start-up funding, consider applying for the CTL’s Classroom Innovation Grant.  Proposals due May 1st. Registration is now…

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Thursday’s Look Ahead–March 20, 2014

Faculty Opportunities 2015-2016 Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Competition is now open Simmons College is hosting a lecture with Stephen Brookfield, author of Teaching for Critical Thinking: Tools and Techniques to Help Students Question Their Assumptions, on March 26 at 8:30.  Space is limited, so please contact…

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Thursday’s Look Ahead–March 6, 2014

Faculty Opportunities 2015-2016 Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Competition is now open If you’re interested in gathering mid-semester feedback from your students, the  CTL is now scheduling class visits.  Contact Stacy Grooters for more information. Registration now open for this summer’s “Expanding the Circle“summer institute on…

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Thursday’s Look Ahead–February 27, 2014

Faculty Opportunities If you’re interested in gathering mid-semester feedback from your students, the  CTL is now scheduling class visits.  Contact Stacy Grooters for more information. Registration now open for this summer’s “Expanding the Circle“summer institute on “Creating an Inclusive Environment for LGBTQ Students & Studies”…

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