Fishbowl is a forum to acknowledge and discuss on faculty work at the intersection of scholarship and pedagogy. Brought to you by the Teaching Discussion Circle and the Office of the President. Fishbowl is about offering a place for faculty to present their scholarly work, and also to invite presentations on pedagogy. We also want to acknowledge in particular the need for a transdisciplinary forum for our future teaching efforts and provide an interdisciplinary forum for discussion on research. Most importantly, it is at the intersection of these teaching and research goals where we can make the most impact on students.
Fishbowl meets every other Monday in PW205 (unless otherwise noted) and include free lunch.
Schedule for Spring 2013:
- January 29th 11:00 am - noon: Jim Horan "Supporting Students with Asperger Syndrome on Small Campuses"
- February 14th 12:00 noon (12:30 coffee discussion): George Matula* in the Student Center
- February 19th 11:00 am – noon: Jim Merkel*
- February 28th 12:00 noon (12:30 coffee discussion): Emma Creaser in the Student Center
- March 14th 12:00 noon (12:30 coffee discussion): Kate Miles in the Student Center (Co-sponsored with Diversity Committee in celebration of Roots Week)
- April 16th: 11:00 am – noon: Invited Speaker - Dr. Mary Lou Zeeman, Bowdoin College (Co-Director of the Mathematics and Climate Research Network) **MPE2013 and Math Awareness Month focus on sustainability
- April 25th 12:00 noon (12:30 coffee discussion): Stephen Mulkey* "Transdisciplinary Teaching and Learning" in the Student Center
- May 9th 12:00 noon (12:30 coffee discussion): Barry Woods "More Excel Inferential Statistics" in the Student Center
* Indicates Community-Based Learning projects on campus