- Susan Shadle, director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and distinguished professor of chemistry and biochemistry, co-presented a workshop on “Crowdsourcing and Connecting: Identifying Strategies to Engage CTLs In STEM Reform”
- Tasha Souza, associate director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and professor of communication, co-presented a workshop on “Microresistance and Ally Development: Powerful Antidotes to Microaggressions” and co-facilitated a special session on “Supporting Our Campuses in Politically Fraught Times”
- Teresa Focarile, CTL faculty associate and adjunct faculty in theatre arts, co-presented a workshop on “Fostering Deeper Adjunct/Part-Time Faculty Socialization through Transforming Programming”
- Megan Frary, CTL faculty associate and associate professor of materials science and engineering, presented a mini-session at the “Graduate Student Development Showcase: Discovering and Sharing What Works”
- Teresa Focarile and Megan Frary also co-facilitated a workshop on “The Sparkshop: Making Faculty Development Timely and Department-Based.”
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Teresa Focarile, Megan Frary, Susan Shadle and Tasha Souza
Several members of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) facilitated sessions at the national 2017 Professional and Organizational Developers (POD) Network conference in Montreal, Canada, Oct. 25-29.