Teaching

“Recipes Produce Cooks; We Need Chefs”

by David A. Salomon, The Sage Colleges, Coordinator, NACU Campus Ambassadors This past week, I took the train from Albany, NY, to Manhattan, and...   Read More

North Central Professor Co-Authors Journal Article about Engaging Students Using Social Media

Brandon Sheridan, North Central College assistant professor of economics, published an article in the May 2015 issue of International Review of Economics Education, which...   Read More

NAC&U Ambassadors Pilot Early-Career Faculty Institute

This fall, two NAC&U Faculty Ambassadors are launching a new faculty professional development program. Patrick Abulencia, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at Manhattan College,...   Read More

NAC&U Publication Aims to Increase Student Learning by Restructuring Faculty Workloads, Assessments

When the New American Colleges and Universities (NAC&U) meet next week for the consortium’s 20th anniversary and annual Summer Institute they will discuss findings...   Read More

Q & A with Arcadia: Staging Crimes on Campus

In January Arcadia University introduced its new Crime Scene House. Dr. Karen Scott, director and associate professor of forensic science at Arcadia, gave us more details...   Read More

Westminster Participates in National Effort for Competency-based Education

As Westminster College develops its competency-based education (CBE) programs, it looks at what students must be able to accomplish at the conclusion. Westminster’s CBE...   Read More

Technology and Intercampus Teaching Expand Networks, Opportunities

Although technology can require a learning curve and at times bring us to new levels of frustration, it inarguably yields significant benefits. That sentiment...   Read More

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