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EXERCISING THE POWER OF PERSUASION
by Ronald A. Williams, President

HONORS CONVOCATION AWARDS RECIPIENTS FOR 2002

WELCOME BACK
by Vera Zdravkovich, Vice President for Instruction

NEWS FROM YOUR FACULTY ORGANIZATION
by Eldon Baldwin, President of Faculty Senate, and Angie Anderson,
Vice President of Faculty Senate

one team or two?
A
Single Standard of Excellence

by Edwin G. Sapp, Adjunct Faculty Liaison, Instruction Office

Writing Across the Curriculum
by Mary Stevenson, Coordinator for Writing Across the Curriculum

Scholarship ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
by Christopher Hunt, Coordinator for Scholarship Across the Curriculum

REASONING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
by Bill Peirce, Coordinator for  Reasoning Across the Curriculum

review and summary of learner-centered teaching by maryellen weimer
by Bill Peirce, Coordinator for  Reasoning Across the Curriculum

communication across the curriculum
Debate as a Teaching Tool: Choosing a Classroom Topic

by Marlene Cohen, Coordinator for Communication Across the Curriculum

HONORS ACTIVITIES FOR FALL SEMESTER 2002
by Esther Hanson, Assistant Coordinator of Honors Activities

DIMENSIONS AND DIRECTIONS OF HEALTH: CHOICES IN THE MAZE
by Marie D. York, Director of Health Education Institute

student stars photography exhibit and reception
by Patricia A. Cunniff, Dean of Sciences, Mathematics, and Health Technology

assessment: wave of the future or dregs of the past?
by Clyde Ebenreck, Philosophy

our adaptive challenge: creating a learning centered institution
by Faith Breen, Business Management

AFRICARE: EYE WITNESS TO TRANSFORMATION IN AFRICA
by Yvonne Seon, African American Studies

USING TURNITIN.COM
by Alan Mickelson, Director of Professional Development and Training


 

The Instructional Newsletter, Volume 18, No. 2

Spring 2003