Tag Archives: Pedagogy

Pedagogical Perspectives: Guest Speakers in the Classroom

For a variety of pedagogical reasons, faculty often bring guest speakers into their classes. We’ve rounded up a few perspectives on this tactic, below. From Wayne-Daniel Berard: I invite guest speakers because the Humanities calls for an infusion of . . . … Continue reading

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Accountants Invade San Diego in August!

By  Marcia Behrens and Mel Fleming Earlier this month, we were among the approximately 3,000 attendees who participated in the American Accounting Association annual meeting in San Diego, the theme of which was “Imagining our Future.” The diverse group included students, … Continue reading

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Communication Convention: Reflections Big and Small

by Jean Beaupre In November, I had the privilege of attending the National Communication Association’s (NCA) annual convention for the first time. Held in Philadelphia, this year’s convention’s theme was “Civic Callings,” designed to encourage scholars and practitioners to deeply … Continue reading

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A New England Collegial Conference

By Kellie Deys, PhD and Jim Deys, PhD Nichols College prides itself on its dedicated and engaged faculty—faculty whose focus is on teaching and the development of each student. Given that we love being in the classroom, we appreciate conferences … Continue reading

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To New Orleans & Back: Takeaways from a Teaching and Technology Conference

By Jason Price, PhD Sitting near a Delta gate at ATL on Friday, October 2nd at around 5pm, I heard the gate agent tell the huddled masses that the flight was full. The man needed one volunteer to postpone their … Continue reading

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