Dr. Lakshminarayan Rajaram (Mathematics, Tarpon Springs) recently received a prestigious Hind Rattan Award for 2014 in recognition of his outstanding teaching/research services globally and achievements in the fields of biostatistics, mathematics and public health.
The Hind Rattan (“Jewel of India”) is given to only […]
The start of the new school year is always an exciting time filled with heady possibilities. But, whether you’re new or returning for the umpteenth semester, it can also be a scary moment as you contemplate both […]
The mentoring program sponsored by CETL works on building peer-to-peer relationships between colleagues. In this review, Dr. Jennifer Haber (Communications, Tarpon Springs) and Amy Karol(Communications, Tarpon Springs) […]
In Friday’s Op-Ed piece in the New York Times, Jan Mehta, an assistant professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, discussed the problem with American schools. But instead of continuing the debate over standardized testing vs. privatization […]
The mentoring program sponsored by CETL works on building peer-to-peer relationships between colleagues. In this review, Sharon Olsen (Social & Behavioral Science, Seminole) and Jacqueline Copeland (Mathematics, Gibbs) share the challenges and benefits they […]
Save the Date! Spring Critical Thinking Institute & Narrowing the Gulf Conference 2013 – April 4 & 5, 2013
This an excellent (and free) opportunity for professional development will cover Underrepresented Students in Postsecondary Education. Join your colleagues for two days of learning and networking by registering online today!
Mentoring is a term heard frequently in professional development. Mentoring can range from two professors sharing materials to a formal program. We begin our exploration of how to network for assistance and professional growth with a conversation with Ginny Price from the Veterinary […]