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SOTL Event: What Matters in Life Should Matter in College

Biology professor Christopher Uhl will discuss his latest book, suggesting measures that universities might take to foment in students a deeper understanding of their life’s purpose as we join them in rethinking and reshaping the meaning of a college education.

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Apply for Flipped Class Summer Workshop; Deadline April 24th

Are you interested in exploring the flipped class model for one of your courses? Consider attending the four day workshop this May 16th through the 19th.

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Students Engage with, Influence Living Syllabus

Professor Kalani Craig uses Canvas tools to engage students in active learning and to tie in-class activities to out-of-class activities. By means of the Pages tool, she creates a “Living Syllabus” that changes throughout the semester.

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