Category: Faculty Reflections

Faculty Reflections

Using Images to Mediate Critical Thinking and Dialogue Jeremy Fyke, Assistant Professor Department of Communication Studies “What do you see?” “What comes to mind here?” As instructors, these are two simple, yet powerful, prompts we can use to generate discussion. Yet, as we all know, what we think are sure-fire good prompts don’t always work …

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Faculty Reflections

Becoming a BANJO Writer By Anthony Blash (Pharmacy) and Beverly Schneller (English) In the summer of 2017, Anthony Blash invited a small group of colleagues from across campus to collaborate on an article on the mid-semester peer review of teaching that the Teaching Center coordinates each semester. He had a positive experience with his faculty …

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Faculty Reflections

Memories of the Lilly Teaching Conference Shape My Career Development By Pete Giordano Professor, Psychological Science I never thought I would be a college professor. Early on, I was not even sure I would get my bachelor’s degree.  Neither of my parents have a college degree, and one of my older brothers had flunked out …

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