Tracer Research Dissemination

On this page, you'll find the project's latest publicly shared papers and presentations.

Mary Taylor Huber, Carol Rutz, and Gudrun Willett

Planned Presentations

Carol Rutz, Ph.D. (Carleton College) and William Condon, Ph.D. (Washington State University):

  • "Sustaining Faculty Development Programs, Especially in Addressing Gen Ed Communities of Practice" AAC&U General Education and Assessment Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 23-25, 2012

Past Presentations

William Condon, Mary Taylor Huber, Ellen Iverson, and Gudrun Willett:

  • Panel:"Faculty Development Within Cross-Curricular Initiatives What are the effects on student learning?" AAC&U General Meeting, "Global Positioning: Essential Learning, Student Success, and the Currency of U.S. Degrees," San Francisco, January 26-29. 2011

William Condon, Ph.D. (Washington State University):

  • "College Readiness: What's Working in Faculty Development?" Educators for the 21st Century, sponsored by Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board. October 2010.

  • "HEC Board: College Readiness Standards," Language Arts Leadership Conference, sponsored by Educational Service District 105, Yakima, WA, October 2010.

Ellen Iverson and Gudrun Willett, Ph.D. (Carleton College):

  • "Researching, Supporting and Funding Faculty Development Initiatives: A Synergistic Approach." Research Dissemination and Discussion Session for Faculty Development and Engagement in High-Impact Practices. AAC&U Workshop, Philadelphia, March 26, 2010

Carol Rutz, Ph.D. (Carleton College):

  • "Changing Teaching, Changing Learning through Improved Writing Assignments," CCCC Atlanta, April 2011.
  • with Stephen Wilhoit, "Taking the Lead: Perspectives on WPAs as Campus Leaders," WPA Conference, Philadelphia, July 2010.
  • with Nathan Grawe, "Working it out: Faculty teaching one another toward a new curriculum," WAC 2010 Conference, Bloomington, IN, May 2010.
  • with John Bean and Keith Rhodes, "Using Quantitative Analysis to Extend the Gains from Authentic Assessment of Writing," CCCC, Louisville, March 2010.
  • with Elizabeth Ciner and Greg Marfleet, "Faculty Development and Assessment: Gateway to Measuring Student Gains," AAC&U Conference on General Education and Assessment, Seattle, February 2010.

Gudrun Willett, Ph.D. (Carleton College):

  • with Mary Taylor Huber, "Researching the Researchers: Contradicting Attitudes Toward What We Do in the Classroom Versus What We Do in the Field." Paper presented in a Council on Anthropology and Education (CAE) invited session, "Collusion: Theorizing Academics, Universities, and the State" at the American Anthropological Association (AAA) meetings, Montreal, Canada, November 19, 2011.
  • with Mary Taylor Huber, and Carol Rutz, "The Iterative Cycle of SOTL, Faculty Development, and Student Learning: Lessons from the Tracer Project," International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL), Milwaukee, WI, October 2011.
  • with William Condon, Mary Taylor Huber, and Ellen Iverson. 2011. "Faculty Development within Cross-Curricular Initiatives: What are the Effects on Student Learning?" panel presentation with at the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) General Meeting, San Francisco, January, 2011.
  • with Ellen Iverson, Carol Rutz, Ph.D., and Deborah Gross, Ph.D., : "Elite disjuncture: Broadening access, faculty development, and student learning at a private liberal arts college." Presented in a session organized by Alex Posecnick: "Pipeline to Mobility? Displacement and Flows in Higher Education." American Anthropological Association Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 18, 2010.
  • with Ellen Iverson, "Researching, Supporting and Funding Faculty Development Initiatives: A Synergistic Approach," American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) Workshop on Faculty Development and Engagement in High-Impact Practices, Philadelphia, PA, March, 2010.