Dialogues and Lunch & Learns

Please see our Schedule of Events for specific dates, times, and locations of these events.

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) coordinates a series entitled Resources Round Table Dialogue, or just Dialogue for short.

The vision for the Resources Round Table Dialogue is not only to create a forum for exchange of dialogue between students and faculty, but also to build community, make connections, share resources, ask questions, inspire new ideas, and gain new knowledge.

Each Resources Round Table Dialogue event will be 90 minutes in length and will include participants (individuals or small groups) who volunteer ahead of time to share and/or facilitate on a specific topic. The amount of time each individual or small group has to do this will vary depending on the number of  participants. The rest of the participants will listen, ask questions, and engage in dialogue.

We welcome FACULTY to participate and to encourage their STUDENTS to participate. Students and faculty have both expressed a desire for more opportunities to speak to and/or hear from one another outside of the formal classroom setting, and this is your chance!

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The CTL coordinates a series of Lunch & Learn meet-ups for faculty to get together (usually over lunch) to learn about something together.  These are generally facilitated by someone with some knowledge about the topic, but are less formal than a training or workshop.  Let us know if you are interested in presenting or have an idea for a topic.

Please contact us to get involved in either of these series!

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