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University Teaching Council 

 

The University Teaching Council (UTC) at Kent State University is prepared and committed to provide Kent State’s second century of high quality lifelong learning. With support from the Faculty Professional Development Center (FPDC), the UTC supports teaching and curriculum development to engage faculty and students in the learning process and provide excellence in scholarship.


Save the Date!!!

21st Annual Teaching Council Conference: Celebrating College Teaching

Thursday and Friday, Oct. 23-24, 2014

Kent State University, Kent, Ohio

The 21st annual Celebrating College Teaching Conference takes place Oct.  23 and 24, 2014 at the Kent Student Center. The University Teaching Counsel's annual conference focuses on the four pillars of a Kent State undergraduate curriculum — knowledge, insight, responsibility and engagement.

The conference kicks  off with the Thursday Evening Dialogue, and Friday's activities include the Provost's Breakfast,  followed by refereed round tables; invited round tables, including the Emeriti Round Table, featuring Emerita Senior Associate Athletic Director Judith Devine; poster displays; the President's Luncheon; and the Glenn W. Frank Lecture, by Emerita Associate Professor Barbara Hipsman Springer.

The conference culminates with a dessert reception at 2:30 p.m., to honor recipients of the Distinguished Teaching Awards and the Outstanding Teaching Awards, as well as the wealth of teaching excellence at Kent State.

All conference events are free and open to all those who teach or support teaching at Kent State University. Instructors (TT, NTT, & TA's) are urged to plan their course syllabi so they may attend.

The University Teaching Council has a call for proposals for any Kent State faculty members or graduate teaching assistants who are interested presenting at the conference.  To view the call, visit . To submit a proposal, visit http://bit.ly/utc2014conference.

If you are accepted to the conference and would like to have a poster to present, we have some instructions to help you out. In addition, the following templates can be used in Microsoft PowerPoint (PC and Mac) to create the poster.

 

For more information about the conference, contact Kimberly Peer at 330-672-0231 or kpeer@kent.edu.

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