Greg Wegner, director of program development for the GLCA, and Brooke Bryan, of the Cooperative Education faculty at Antioch College, will host a lunch to meet with faculty and describe opportunities for professional development including:
• The GLCA-Global Liberal Arts Alliance (GLAA) Consortium for Teaching and Learning (CLT), a program to support faculty members in their teaching, funded by the Teagle Foundation.
• Oral History in the Liberal Arts (OHLA), a program led by two faculty members to teach principles of oral history to faculty members as a teaching approach to enhance the attainment of liberal arts learning goals.
• The GLCA-Library of Congress Faculty-Student Research Initiative, a proposal-based program supporting up to three faculty-led student research teams for ten days on site at the Library of Congress.
• The GLCA Crossroads/Global Liberal Arts Alliance project: a major initiative to instill more pronounced elements of global/intercultural engagement into liberal arts education, funded by the Mellon Foundation.
Contact Joe Murphy, email@example.com, to RSVP for lunch or set up an individual meeting with Greg.
Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Kenyon Inn, Newman Room
100 W Wiggin St, Gambier, OH 43022