Grads & Undergrads:

MEET, GREET, TEACH

An informal conversation on interdisciplinary approaches to teaching

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
5:00 – 6:30pm
Fishery Sciences Building, room 203

Please RSVP by Tuesday, May 2, 2017.  
MEET, GREET, TEACH

Join us for our Spring Quarter “Meet, Greet, Teach” as we present:

EXPANDING THE UNIVERSE | BRAIDING THE PATH
Can non-Western ways play a role in expanding science education?  How might we weave together multiple starting points to create a greater, integrated whole?

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 2017
5:00-6:30pm | Fishery Sciences Building, room 203

>> Join us as a number faculty who are attempting an indigenous-western integration speak about their experiences in moving worlds closer together.
Panelists:

  • Ernesto Alvarado-Celestin, Associate Professor, Environmental & Forest Sciences
  • Alex Gagnon, Assistant Professor, Oceanography
  • Sara Gonzalez, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
  • Kristin Laidre, Assistant Professor, Aquatics & Fishery Sciences

>> TO REGISTER, please click here

About MGT: Meet, Greet, Teach is an evening series offering students, postdocs, staff and faculty with an interest in engaging in artful, interactive, innovative teaching a chance to interact with colleagues from across campus who are willing to share their enthusiasm and experience.  Over a glass of wine and light appetizers, attendees have a chance to mix and mingle before settling down to a 30-minute “fast panel” of 3-5 faculty, each delivering thought — and conversation — provoking answers.

Sponsored by the College of the Environment, Academic Affairs.

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