This Week's Events
Nsenga Knight is a first-generation Black American Muslim woman from Brooklyn whose work is influenced by Islamic geometric art and the Black experience.
This exhibit presents a variety of beautiful maps and ways of reading them, along with objects from the times of their creation.
Creating the ideal presentation for your class can be tough! This student can’t keep up, that student is checking Facebook, and another is just flat out asleep on their desk. Using Dan Roam’s tips for improving your presentations (The Back of the Napkin, Draw to Win, Show & Tell), we can come up with the ideal presentation format, slide style, and go over other helpful tips to improve your presentations for your students and your videos. Join us online to get started! Please RSVP ahead of time to receive the link for the online session.
Create a community that your online students can enjoy just as much as a classroom learning experience, if not more!
Spies-Bornemann Center, Room 136
Do you know the importance of using rubrics in your course? This course will give you techniques on how you can create rubrics that align with your teaching materials and course learning objectives.
Join us for FREE PIZZA and learn about the School of Management's 4+1 program where you can start your master's degree while still an undergraduate!
The Unafraid is a feature length documentary that follows the personal lives of three DACA students in Georgia.
Eric Kinsley performs a piano and harpsichord recital with fellow members of the music faculty.
Join us for fun games and activities for individuals who use letter boards and keyboards to communicate! Students and communication partners can practice their communication skills in a supportive environment.