TABLE OF CONTENTS



LEARNING OUTSIDE THE BOX

by Ronald A. Williams, President

WHAT A SEMESTER THIS HAS BEEN ...
by Vera Zdravkovich, Vice President for Instruction

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

WRITING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
by Mary Stevenson, Coordinator, Writing Across the Curriculum

SCHOLARSHIP ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
by Alicia Juarrero, Acting Coordinator, Scholarship Across the Curriculum

COMMUNICATION ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
by Marlene Cohen, Coordinator, Communication Across the Curriculum

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

REVIEW AND SUMMARY OF CREATING LEARNING CENTERED CLASSROOMS
by Bill Peirce, Coordinator, Reasoning Across the Curriculum

MIDDLE STATES SELF-STUDY BEGINS
by Robin Hailstorks and Verna Teasdale, Co-Chairs, Self-Study Steering Committee

HIGHLIGHTING STUDENT SUCCESS: HONORS ALUMNI NEWS
by Melinda Frederick, Coordinator, Honors Program and Honors Academy

EMPOWERING FACULTY WITH INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY OF THE LEARNER-CENTERED KIND
by Scott Sinex, Physical Sciences

THE YODA FACTOR
by Faith Breen, Business Management

INFORMATION LITERACY: THE QUINTESSENTIAL LIBERAL ART
by Lynda Byrd Logan, Dean, Learning Resources

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF EVIL: Dr. PHILip ZIMBARDO CAPTIVATES COLLEGE COMMUNITY
by Marilynn Thomas, Psychology

FACILITATING STUDENT ACCOUNTABILITY
by Gary Probst, Educational Development

ETHICS DECISION MAKING WORKSHOP PRESENTED BY USAID WORLD-WIDE EXPERTS
by Angela Rabatin, Chair, Ethics Committee

PGCC SIFE TEAM ATTENDS REGIONAL COMPETITION
by Angela Rabatin, Business Management

RETIREMENT LIFE STRATEGIES LECTURE DELIVERED TO FULL HOUSE
by Angela Rabatin, Business Management

A FEW GOOD WORDS
by Marilynn Thomas, Editor, Instructional Forum


 

The Instructional Newsletter, Volume 18, No. 3

Spring 2003