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1st Annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning

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1st Annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning

"Today's IPFW Students: What Do We Know about Who They Are?"

George McClellan

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
IPFW

"What a Professor Learned by Becoming a Student"

Cathy Small

Anthropology Professor
Northern Arizona University

Friday, January 7, 2011

  • Keynote lectures: 10:00am-12:00pm, Liberal Arts Build., Rm 159 (All IPFW faculty & staff)
  • Lunch: Noon, Liberal Arts Build. Room 35C (COAS Faculty)
  • Workshop: 1:00-2:15pm (COAS Faculty)

Description: Join us as we prepare for the new term with presentations by IPFW’s vice chancellor for student affairs George McClellan and Northern Arizona University professor Cathy Small. In 2002, Small enrolled as a full-time college freshman. As an anthropologist, she used her discipline’s scholarly methods (ethnography) to study today’s college students and published her account in My Freshman Year under the pseudonym "Rebekah Nathan." Small comes to IPFW to share how the experience changed her as a professor.