Welcome New Faculty Associate for Academic Programs and Planning

I am pleased to announce that Dr. Mary Virnoche will be joining the Vice Provost’s Office as the new Faculty Associate for Academic Programs and Planning.

During the upcoming academic year, Professor Virnoche will split her time between the Faculty Associate position and her eighth year as Chair of the Department of Sociology.  In her Faculty Associate role, Mary's work will focus on curriculum and policy, including the three new Executive Orders from the Chancellor's Office (EO1100, 1110 and 1071) and advising policy.

Teaching & Learning Tip #5: Supporting Our Students Through Challenging Times

Teaching & Learning Tip #5: Supporting Our Students Through Challenging Times

Though the situation continues to be fluid and quite confusing, we wanted to send along information on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) for this week’s teaching and learning tip.  Please see these helpful student resources provided by Tessa Pitre and Laura Hahn in the English Department:

Join us for the first Fall 17 Faculty Teaching and Learning Luncheon!

Join us for the first Faculty Teaching and Learning Luncheon of the 17/18 academic year. This year we welcome Dr. Scott Paynton as our Faculty Lead and host. This month's theme is Affordable Learning Solutions (AL$) and Open Educational Resources (OER's).

CTL Teaching & Learning Tip #4: Helping Students Learn How to Learn

Tip #4: Helping Students Learn How to Learn

Did you know that the brain is not fully developed until about age 25 (Giedd, Blumenthal, Jeffries, Castellanos, Liu, Zijdenbos, Rapoport, 1999)?!  How can we support this development in our college students and what are some of the optimal conditions for learning? Brain-based learning is a fascinating science of understanding how we learn.

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Tip #3: Academic Concern for a Student?


Faculty & Staff ~ You're invited to the Learning Center Launch, today from 4:30-6:00 on the first floor of the LIbrary. Come explore our new space and expanded services. We now have many options for FREE tutoring!  LIght refreshments and awesome give-aways!  Faculty who submit their syllabi are eligible for a grand prize!  http://www2.humboldt.edu/learning/general-tutoring

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Tip #1: Explore Your Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL)

Welcome to the new Center for Teaching and Learning!

The Center provides opportunities for learner-centered, culturally relevant experiences through campus and community partnerships. The CTL is HSU’s commitment to inspiring and innovating teaching excellence.  You will find a variety of programming throughout the year that supports continuous learning.