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LTC: It's Just Lunch: Speed Data for the Busy Professional

By PEPS Mary Savina, Charles L. Denison Professor of Geology and Faculty Assessment Coordinator; and Chico Zimmerman, Humphrey Doermann Professor of Liberal Learning, Professor of Classical Languages ...

LTC: A Tale of Three Assessments

By PEPS LTC: A Tale of Three Assessments: From classroom to curriculum to comps Larry Archbold; Professor of Music and Enid & Henry Woodward College Organist; representatives of the English ...

LTC: What We Do and Do Not Know about Student Learning at Carleton: An Institutional View

Elizabeth Ciner, Associate Dean of the College; Jackie Lauer-Glebov, Assistant Director of Institutional Research; Alfred Montero, Associate Professor of Political Science; Victoria Morse, Assistant ...

LTC: The Principal Language of Public Argument: Observations on Quantitative Reasoning in Student Writing

Tammy Feldman, Visiting Associate Professor of Economics; and Neil Lutsky, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology. Cosponsor: Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge (Quirk) Initiative.

LTC: Course Evaluation Matters: Strategies, Pitfalls, and Opportunities

By PEPS Stacy Beckwith, Associate Professor of Hebrew; Cindy Blaha, Professor of Physics and Astronomy; and Louis Newman, John M. and Elizabeth W. Musser Professor of Religious Studies

LTC: Learning and Teaching Off-campus: Marine Biology Seminar Longitudinal Study Project

By PEPS Philip Camill, Associate Professor of Biology; Fred Hagstrom, Professor of Art; Helena Kaufman, Director of Off-Campus Studies; and Gary Wagenbach, Winifred and Atherton Bean Professor of ...

LTC: Distinctive Pedagogies: Teaching through Picture Writing

Qiguang Zhao, Burton and Lily Levin Professor of Chinese Join us for a demonstration of Professor Zhao’s technique of live illustration in the classroom. This is the inaugural event in our ...

LTC: Learning from the Writing Portfolio: Assessment Yields Research

Carol Rutz, Director of the College Writing Program and Lecturer in English; Victoria Morse, Assistant Professor of History and Director of Medieval and Renaissance Studies; Melinda Russell, ...

LTC: Critical Thinking About Numbers in the News

Milo Schield, Professor, Department of Business Administration, Augsburg Colelge Milo Schield discusses research he has been doing on how numbers are represented in the popular media. In addition, he ...

LTC: Engaging the Classroom: Teaching and Effective Communication

David Wiles, Associate Professor of Theater Professor David Wiles brings his professional theatrical training to a session that combines a discussion of the basic issues involved in creating an ...

LTC: Our Frosh: Who are they, and Why does it matter?

By PEPS An interactive session exploring the initial result of the Wabash National Study of Liberal Arts Education. Charles Blaich, Center of Inquiry Director at Wabash College; and Liz Ciner, ...

LTC: Picturing New Orleans: Studying Social Problems Through Filmmaking

By PEPS Kimberly Smith, associate professor of political science; and Victoria Morse, associate professor of history; and Nick Bellos '12, Rebecca Gourevitch '12, Elena Rosenberg-Carlson '12. ...

LTC: Into the Community: The State of Academic Civic Engagement at Carleton

By PEPS This presentation features reports from our year long study of the state of academic civic engagement at Carleton. Adrienne Falcón, Coordinator of Academic Civic Engagement and ...

LTC: High Stakes Assessment and Higher Education

By PEPS Lloyd Bond, Recently retired Senior Scholar at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Cosponsored by QuIRK (Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge). As Carleton ...

LTC: How do we Teach Quantitative Reasoning? Foster a Curricular Conspiracy

Deborah Hughes Hallet, Professor of Mathematics, University of Arizona, and Adjunct Professor of Pubilc Policy, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Drawing on her experience teaching ...

LTC: The Faculty Role in Providing Access to a Carleton Education

Melissa Eblen-Zayas, Assistant Professor of Physics; Adriana Estill, Associate Professor of English and American Studies; and Devashree Gupta, Assistant Professor of Political Science After our ...

LTC: A Civically Engaged Campus: Mobilizing College Resources for Community Benefit

Nadinne Cruz, Educational Consultant, former Director of the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University and former Director of the Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs (HECUA) ...

LTC: New Initiatives in Academic Civic Engagement

By PEPS Kelly Connole, Assistant Professor of Studio Art, Empty Bowls Project; Kelly Connole, Vice President, Business Development, First National Bank; Nazish Zafar ’07, Service ...