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Student-Faculty Reading Colloquium

by Michael Neagle, PhD & Mary Trottier Sponsored by the Faculty Development Committee, we organized a Student-Faculty Reading Colloquium on April 6. Featuring 12 students and six faculty, our discussion focused on student reading habits. We talked about why students may or … Continue reading

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What Are You Reading This Summer?

This time of year, a common question faculty members hear is, “So what are you doing this summer?” For most of us, summer includes course preparation and a chance to dive into our fields in a way that isn’t possible … Continue reading

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