March 30 - Panel Discussion: Academically Adrift

The Office of Undergraduate Education and the Center for Teaching Advancement and Assessment Research are hosting a panel discussion to consider the issues raised in Academically Adrift by Arum and Roksa.  If you have not seen the book, you may have heard of it.  Here are links to commentary and details of the research report in the book:

We think all Faculty should be interested in discussing the issues in this book and the implications for Higher Education.  We hope you can attend.

  • Kathleen Hull, Director of the Byrne Family First-Year Seminars, 
  • Greg Jackson, Associate Professor, English and Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Education, 
  • Ben Justice, Associate Professor, Educational Theory, Policy & Administration, 
  • Charles Keeton, Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy
  • Susan Lawrence, Associate Professor, Political Science and SAS Dean for Educational Initiatives and the Core Curriculum
  • Matt Matsuda, Professor, History and College Avenue Campus Dean, 

March 30, 2011
11:15 am to 1:00 pm
Winants Assembly Hall
Luncheon provided

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