Speaking

"Jim was the right speaker to ignite a pedagogical fire under my colleagues and me to begin a new academic year. His presentation at our Back-to-School faculty meeting resonated with part-time and full-time faculty, and comments confirmed that he was our most edifying speaker ever. Fisher College student-teacher experiences are better because of him."

Karen Meyer
Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence
Fisher College

Monday, October 21, 2013

2013-2014 Events Updated

A quick update on my schedule of speaking events for the 2013-2014 academic year.  Please come out and engage in the discussion if you see me in a town near you!

November 1st, 2013: University of Notre Dame, sponsored by the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning (South Bend, IN)

A presentation on how research in academic dishonesty can help us understand how to build better learning environments for our students.  

November 3-4th, 2013: Council of Independent Colleges Institute for Chief Academic and Chief Student Affairs Officers (Pittsburgh, PA)

I will be moderating a panel discussion on honor codes and leading a breakfast session on the book.

November 6th, 2013: Emmanuel College (Boston MA), EC Reads Program

A presentation on how research in academic dishonesty can help us understand how to build better learning environments for our students.

November 12th: Clark University (Worcester, MA)

A presentation on how research in academic dishonesty can help us understand how to build better learning environments for our students.

January 31st, 2014: Georgia Tech

I will be offering a lecture and workshop at a faculty retreat.

February 28th, 2014: International Center for Academic Integrity Conference (Jacksonville, FL)

I will be keynoting the Friday evening banquet.

March 24th, 2014: Ohio State University

Details TBA.

April 15th, 2014: North Carolina State University

I will be the guest lecturer at their Teaching and Learning Symposium

If you are interested in a possible visit to your campus to spark conversation about academic integrity, to provide opportunities for your faculty to learn about and discuss new developments in teaching and learning in higher education, or to orient your new teaching assistants or faculty, don't hesitate to inquire.  I should be able to squeeze in one or two additional events this academic year, but will be on sabbatical during the 2014-2015 year, so will be much more available then.


1 comment:

  1. Hello James

    Can you say more about you visit to Ohio Sate and if any of your presentations and discussions will be open to the public? And could your trip possibly include a stop at Columbus State Community College a few miles down the road? I work there as a faculty development coordinator and, if it is possible for you to visit, I can work on making the case to our various faculty committees.

    Regards,
    Rich

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