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ANN: [correction] CLAH Teaching Session on Digital Student Engagement - This Week!

[The link for the final session was missing from the previous email - it is now included below]

Dear colleagues,

CLAH's first teaching workshop will take place Wednesday, September 30 and focuses on digital tools for engagement. There's still time to register for this and all the other sessions this fall (see below). We look forward to seeing you (virtually)!

Corinna Zeltsman & Casey Lurtz, CLAH Teaching Committee


Digital Tools for Encouraging Student Engagement

Wednesday, September 30 at 12:30pm Eastern

Co-Researching and Authoring Across National Borders, Part I, by Andrae Marak and Laura Tuennerman

Research Corner

I am pleased to begin today with the first of a three-part series on both how scholars can collaborate to increase their research output and on transnational work on the U.S.-Mexican borderlands. Andrae Marak is the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences & Graduate Studies and a Professor of History and Political Science at Governors State University. Laura Tuennerman is a Professor of History at California University of Pennsylvania.