SCI-Southwest Spring 2016 Regional Meeting

  • 29 Jan 2016
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (CST)
  • Texas Woman's University

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Expanding Civic Capacity: Connecting learning to critical real-world issues through undergraduate research and sustainability education

Tentative Agenda:


Morning Session: SENCER Ways of Undergraduate Research


Student Engagement in Learning through Civic Engagement

Joseph L. Kirsch

Butler University


Strategic Local Partnerships for Engaging Undergraduate Science Majors

and Non-Majors in Opportunities of Civic Importance

G. Reid Bishop

Belhaven University


Conceptualizing and Implementing a Research Informed Teaching Platform for Civic Engagement

Rob Sanford & Joe Staples

University of Southern Maine


SENCER Do-Now Social Media in the Classroom

Thomas C. Wood

George Mason University


TBA

Stephen Carroll

Santa Clara University


Afternoon Session: People, Planet, Profits: Multidisciplinary Trouble?


Sustainability: What, How, and Why Now? Ver. 2.0

Catherine Middlecamp

University of Wisconsin‒Madison


Hearing and Acting on the Cries of the World: The Challenge for Educating STEM Majors

Matt Fisher

Saint Vincent College


Urban Environmental Issues Rebooted

Steven Bachofer

St. Mary's College


Science and Global Sustainability: Evolution of a Course for Non-science Majors

Bettie Davis

Saint Vincent College


TBA Session

Monica Devanas

Rutgers University

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