Digital Media, Moodle 2.0, Reaccreditation Topics of Spring A(T)R Luncheons

A(T)R lunches are designed to promote conversation, cooperation and the sharing of information, ideas and resources among faculty members, librarians, graduate students and staff.

The Center for Faculty and Career Development announce the Spring 2012 Academic (Technology) Roundtable lunch series.

A(T)R lunches are designed to promote conversation, cooperation and the sharing of information, ideas and resources among faculty members, librarians, graduate students and staff.

Meetings take place at noon in Olin Library’s Develin Room (unless specified otherwise) and include a buffet lunch.

The Spring A(T)R Schedule is below:

Feb. 20
“Using Digital Media in Place of the Traditional Academic Paper,” a videoconference with Hisa Kuriyama of the Reischauer Institute Professor of Cultural History, Harvard University.

Feb. 27
“Writing History in the Digital Age,” with Jack Dougherty, associate professor of educational studies, Trinity College.

March 6
“Teagle Grant and Expository Writing at Wesleyan”

March 27
“IRB Standards, Practices, and Issues,” with Andrea Patalano, associate professor of psychology, associate professor of neuroscience and behavior; Mary Alice Haddad, associate professor of government, East Asian studies and environmental studies; Laura Stark, assistant professor of Science in Society, assistant professor of sociology and environmental studies; and Lisa Sacks, coordinator, Office of Academic Affairs.

April 2
“Moodle 2.0”

April 10
“Reaccreditation,” with Rob Rosenthal, the John E. Andrus professor of sociology, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs; Gil Skillman, chair and professor of economics; Ellen Nerenberg, chair and professor of romance languages and literatures; Karen Anderson, associate provost; Bill Holder, director of University Communications; and Charles Salas, director of strategic initiatives for the President’s Office.

April 16
Grant Writing Workshop, with Ruth Striegel, the Walter A. Crowell University Professor of the Social Sciences, professor of psychology.

April 24
“WesHub: Mapping Supply Chains and Local Pollution,” with Mary Alice Haddad, associate professor of government, East Asian studies and environmental studies; Bill Nelligan, director of environmental health, safety and sustainability; and Olga Bookas, purchasing manager.

April 30
Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship, with Provost Rob Rosenthal and Paul Gagnon, internship and civic engagement coordinator for the Career Center.

May 8
Wesleyan Oral History Project

For more information, visit the A(T)R web site.