The Global Synod on Participation, Communion and Mission offers a historic opportunity for teaching and learning around a variety of topics in theology and religious studies: ecclesiology, Church history, Catholic social teaching, femi
I am creating a course on effective teaching for new college faculty--primarily directed at humanities and qualitative social science faculty, and I'd like to get your input on topics and skills we should cover in such a course. If you were taking a course like this, what questions would you want to be answered?
Thanks in advance for your assistance!
Professor of History, Suffolk County Community College
* This event is hybrid, audiences will be able to attend this talk either in-person or remotely via ZOOM after registering *
UBC's Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhism and Contemporary Society is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a hybrid public talk by Prof. Susan Andrews (Mount Allison University) entitled:
October 16-17, 2022
In-person at Kean University – Union, NJ*
Keynote Speaker: Loung Ung - Khmer Rouge Genocide Survivor, Activist, Author
Plenary Speakers: Eduardo Gonzalez (Consultant to 20 countries on reparations and truth processes) and Inés Hernández-Avila (Professor of Native American Studies at UC Davis).
Please visit our website (https://www.kean.edu/search-for-humanity) to register and for more information. Registration is open now. Discounted rate for students.
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Later this month, H-Net will hold the first H-Net Teaching Conference: “Uncharted Territories: Teaching History, Humanities, and Social Sciences in Innovative Ways." The conference will take place online in the evenings (EST) of the week of Monday, August 29th and will conclude with an H-Net Town Hall at 2 pm (EST) on Friday, September 2nd.