On April 21st, for its final lunch discussion of the 2014-2015 academic year, the Belmont Teaching Center hosted several faculty members from a variety of disciplines, each of them addressing Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) they have developed in direct connection to their general-education teaching. Charmion Gustke (English) discussed her work connected to First Year Writing and First Year Seminar. Robin Lovgren (Mathematics) and Kara Smith (CBA) talked about a Learning Community Course that links statistics and economics. Jimmy Davis (Communication Studies) considered varied outlets for SoTL in connection with administrative work and First Year Seminar. Alison Moore (Chemistry) and Rachel Rigsby (Chemistry) discussed Learning Communities connected to various chemistry courses. Finally, Sally Holt (Religion) talked about her scholarly work connected to Junior Cornerstone classes.