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Just prior to the next Faculty Meeting on January 23rd, Tamarah Gehlen will be speaking on “Trauma & Learning Styles in the Classroom”. This talk will feature information to help attendees understand the impact of chronic stress and traumatic experiences on learning and cognition. Attendees will learn simple ways to implement trauma-informed practices into their classrooms and teaching styles in order to enhance connection and learning for the students that they serve.
Wednesday, January 23rd | EDTalk with Tamarah Gehlen | 3:20-3:35 pm, HC 151
Zoom: https://augsburg.zoom.us/j/933677248 Meeting ID 933-677-248
For more on the Pre-Faculty meeting EDTalks and other CTL Events, check our webpage regularly.
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Faculty, make sure to visit http://inside.augsburg.edu/ctl/grants/grant-applications/ to read about available grants and to submit your applications. For consideration, you must apply by Noon on Friday, February 15th for the Scholarship Grant, the Integrated Course Design Grant, and the Provost’s Internationalization Travel Grant.
The Distinguished Contributions to Teaching and Learning Awards are also accepting nominations at http://inside.augsburg.edu/ctl/awards/. These nominations are due on Tuesday, February 20th. Nominate deserving faculty today!
CTL Grant Applications
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The Library, CLASS Office, and IT are at your service! Four stations will be set up focusing on ways to make your course content accessible. Please stop in at The Commons on the 1st floor of the Lindell Library to rotate through the stations, grab a cup of hot chocolate, take-away hot tips, and some cheer as we prepare for the upcoming term.
1. 5 Things for Creating Accessible Documents
2. New academic department “branded” Moodle Templates based on CLEAN Design
3. E-books, Databases, Articles, Streaming video services with captioning
4. Sign up to meet one-on-one with a Librarian, Liaison for Computing, or CLASS Liaison
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URGO’s summer research program is designed to both enhance undergraduate student learning and support faculty research here on campus. Faculty are the driving force behind the research program, and we want it to be as beneficial to you as possible.
Some of you may have already been approached by students who would like to do summer research through URGO. We encourage you to think about how these students might support your own research agenda. While some advanced students might have a project in mind, we have found that students benefit the most from working within a faculty member’s area of expertise.
While summer is the perfect time to push research projects ahead, we know all too well how quickly the time goes. We have research grants for 400, 200, and 100 student research hours that are designed to provide you with the optimal amount of student research support needed for your project. The 100-hour research assistantship, for example, is a particularly good fit if you have needs for data entry, transcription, or literature review.
To learn more about URGO summer research and working with a student, visit the “on-campus research” page on the URGO website: http://www.augsburg.edu/urgo
Phase 1 of summer research applications are due January 29th, with complete proposals due February 19th. If you have any questions about being a research mentor, please contact Dixie Shafer at x1447 or email@example.com