Author Archives: Jeanna Towns

Wellbeing in the University Context: The Role of Assessment

About the Author: Madeline Nichols is a doctoral student in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University. Studying in the Human Development and Family Studies program, her research broadly focuses on how older adults and … Continue reading

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Center for Teaching & Learning Peer Supporter 2020-21 Showcase

You are invited! Friday, May 21, 9:00-9:50 am. Join the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) in our Peer Supporter Showcase. During the 2020-21 academic year, the Office of Undergraduate Education with funding from the Provost, established the Peer Teaching … Continue reading

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Self-Regulation in College

About the Author: Amara Bradetich is a graduate student in the School of Public Health and Human Services at Oregon State University. Studying in the Human Development and Family Science area, her research focuses on how maternal stress during pregnancy affects … Continue reading

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Distance Learning is Hard – Here’s How to Make it Easier for Students

About the Author: Madeline Nichols is a doctoral student in the College of Public Health and Human Studies at Oregon State University. Studying in the Human Development and Family Studies program, her research broadly focuses on how older adults and … Continue reading

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Call for Applications – Inclusive Excellence@OSU 2021 Cohort

Each year IE@OSU welcomes STEM faculty from OSU, Linn-Benton, and Lane Community Colleges to participate in a year-long fellowship. Inclusive Excellence@OSU seeks to transform STEM education by creating a thriving community of peers who are invested in inclusive excellence in STEM, challenging … Continue reading

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Tuesday Teaching + Tech Talks

Tuesday Teaching +Tech Talks (T4): Join CTL for this Spring’s T4 workshop series! T4 is a certificated program introducing a wide range of pedagogical techniques and educational technology. T4 is open to all! Live Zoom sessions every Tuesday, 10-11:50. Registration is not necessary. … Continue reading

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CTL’s New2OSU

Join CTL!: New2OSU accelerates the effectiveness of new(er) teachers, those new to OSU, and/or those seeking teaching renewal. With remote, gamified, and customizable learning adventures, New2OSU provides:   ·         Self-paced missions  ·         Flexible program completion  ·         Digital badging    PLAYER ONE READY? Accepting rolling admissions. … Continue reading

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Call for Applications – CAAI Faculty Learning Community – Spring ‘21

Community for the Advancement of Antiracist Instruction (CAAI):  A learning community led by and for instructors and TAs The Center for Teaching and Learning and Faculty Affairs have come together to sponsor a new faculty learning community. The Community for … Continue reading

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Introducing the Career Champions Program

by Brenna Gomez, University Innovation Alliance Fellow, Office of Undergraduate Education. The Career Champions Program is a professional development opportunity for faculty and instructors to learn about barriers to access for first generation students, students of color, and low-income students, while … Continue reading

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Read-Reflect-Reform: Are You (IN)clusive

Why did I choose to read Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?  I feel the answer lies in my background as a white male who grew up in the 1960’s and 70’s, and I’d like … Continue reading

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