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LTC: Integrative and Interdisciplinary Learning in First-Year Linked Science Seminars

By PEPS Tricia Ferrett, Professor of Chemistry; and Lawrence Wichlinski, Associate Professor of Psychology Trish Ferrett and Larry Wichlinkski have been working with a group of other science and math ...

LTC: International Insights on Undergraduate Education at Carleton and Beyond

By PEPS Beverly Nagel, Associate Dean; Naran Bilik, Professor of Asian Studies and Anthropology; Louis Fishman, Visiting Instructor in History; Daniela Kohen, Assistant Professor of Chemistry; ...

LTC: Abuzz With Excitment: Building the Consciously Creative Campus

By PEPS Scott Bierman, Dean of the College; Laurel Bradley, Director of Exhibitions & Curator of the College Art Collection, Lecturer in Art and Art History; Robin Hart Ruthenbeck, ...

LTC: From the Other Side of the Podium: The Student Observer Program

By PEPS Jennifer Cox Johnson, Assistant to the Coordinator, Perlman Center for Learning and Teaching; Students; and Faculty The Student Observer Program has been offered to faculty for the last ...

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 ...

LTC: Educating the Net Generation

By PEPS Diana Oblinger, PhD, Vice President for EDUCAUSE; Leah Sipher-Mann ‘06, student; Jason Lord ‘06, student Most colleges and universities face a generation gap ...

LTC: Disciplinary Communities: Faculty Leadership in Professional Societies

By PEPS Neil Lutsky, Professor of Psychology; Cathryn Manduca, Director, Science Education Resource Center; Nancy Wilkie, Professor of Classics, Anthropology, and the Liberal Arts Neil Lutsky served ...

LTC: Signature Pedagogies: Lessons From the Professions

By PEPS Lee Shulman, President, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Lee Shulman is a graduate of the University of Chicago and has a distinguished career in education and educational ...

LTC: Knowledge Surveys: Classroom Assessment Made Simple – and Fun

Karl Wirth, Associate Professor of Geology, Macalester College Ask yourself: Do you know where your students are? Yes, of course, they are physically present during your class periods. But do you ...

LTC: Rick Reis

By PEPS Intellectual community comes in many forms. For several years, Rick Reis has promoted an "academic commons" in the higher education world through the Tomorrow's ...

LTC: A Conversation About the Future of Civic Engagement at Carleton

Ellen Kennedy, Visiting Professor of Sociology; and Michael McNally, Associate Professor of Religion This Perlman LTC lunch event features a discussion about best practices in Academic Civic ...

LTC: Encouraging Student Success in the Intercultural Classroom: What Works?

Petra Crosby, Director of International Student Programs; Kathy Evertz, Director of the Academic Support Center; Rietta Turner, Director of TRIO/SSS; and Dashini Jeyathurai '08, Carleton student ...

LTC: Learning in Groups: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Larry K. Michaelsen, Professor of Management, University of Central Missouri When you use learning groups, do your students complain about such things as: • Having to do more than their ...

LTC: Is the Visual Ascendant? Images, Imaging, and Education in the 21st Century

By PEPS Laurel Bradley, Director of Exhibitions and Curator of the College Art Collection; Cathy Manduca, Director, Science Education Resource Center; Beverly Nagel, Associate Dean of the College; ...

LTC: Storming the Castle: A Conversation About Transferring Skills and Cocepts Between Disciplines

John D. Bransford, James W. Mifflin University Professor of Education and Psychology at the University of Washington, Seattle and Director, Center for Learning in Informal and Formal Environments ...

LTC: Numbers of Words about Numbers with Words: How Faculty are Integrating Quantitative Thinking and Writing in Their Courses

By PEPS Adriana Estill, Assistant Professor of English and American Studies; Tammy Feldman, Visiting Associate Professor of Economics; Neil Lutsky, Professor of Psychology; Mary Savina, Professor of ...

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: 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