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2011 FACET Associate Faculty and Lecturers' Conference
16th Annual Associate Faculty and Lecturers' Conference
Call for proposals deadline: August 5, 2011
The planning committee is asking your assistance in creating a lively and interactive program for this year's FACET (Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching) Associate Faculty and Lecturers' Conference. The 2011 FACET Associate Faculty and Lecturers' Conference requests proposals for dynamic, interactive presentations from FACET members and other teaching colleagues which reflect this year's theme of "Innovations in Teaching."
We ask that you consider submitting a session proposal centered on this theme; perhaps focused on one of the items listed below as areas of interest of former conference participants:
We are looking for proposals for 75-minute concurrent sessions that will help us further explore the conference theme. In your proposal, please include:
Please submit your proposal to FACET at www.surveymonkey.com/s/AFCProposals by August 5. The 2011 conference will be held Friday, October 14, and Saturday, October 15, at the Indianapolis Marriott East.
Jillian Kinzie (Associate Director, Center for Postsecondary Research and NSSE Institute) will provide the opening keynote. Dr. Kinzie coordinates the NSSE Institute project activities. Her PhD is from Indiana University in higher education with a minor in women's studies. Jillian comes to the NSSE staff from the faculty at IU where she coordinated the master's program in higher education and student affairs from 2000-2002. She has more than a decade of additional experience as a research associate and administrative work in academic and student affairs. Jillian's research interests include college choice, first-year student development, teaching and learning in college, access and equity, and women in underrepresented fields.
Dr. Marcia Dixson, from IPFW will deliver the Hass-Birky Lecture. Dr. Dixson is an award-winning teacher with thirty years of experience in the classroom and over a decade of faculty development work. Her recent research is in the area of online student learning and has led to a MACK Fellowship, publications, and a top panel paper at a national conference.
Revised: July 21, 2011
Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs