President's Symposium on Teaching & Learning at AASU
SAVANNAH, GAArmstrong Atlantic State University will host its second annual President's Symposium on Teaching & Learning, a forum that gives faculty an opportunity to share successful teaching practices, on April 5. Student winners of this year's campus-wide writing contest also will present their prize-winning papers. The event will be held from noon to 3:15 P.M. in AASU's University Hall. It is free and open to the public.
"You might think of the symposium as our once-a-year opportunity to teach with the classroom door open," said Richard Nordquist, professor of English and director of General Studies at AASU. "We invite our colleagues in for a glimpse at what we've been doing the rest of the year."
The President's Symposium on Teaching & Learning is made possible through the work of four faculty committees: computing, chaired by Barbara Tanenbaum (dental hygeine); faculty development, chaired by Richard Nordquist (English); academic enrichment, chaired by Larry Lesser (mathematics); and writing, chaired by Janet Stone (history),
For further information about the symposium, visit www.faculty.armstrong.edu/FDsymp2002 or contact Richard Nordquist at 921.5991.
March 26, 2002