Spotlight – Dr. D’s Tips for Success

In this month’s “Others” blogpost for the Teaching and Learning Team Holistic Development, I want to draw attention to Mark Del Mastro’s website where...

Amy Grant and Incubation, a Memory Experiment

We are changing the “Make It Stick Mondays” to “Memory and Learning Mondays” to continue studying cognitive psychology’s contributions to education.   My wife...

Dr. Henry Roediger on Memory and Learning

Dr. Henry Roediger was on campus May 16th as the keynote speaker for TLTCon, speaking to us retrieval techniques as an aid to learning....

Latin American and Caribbean Studies Roundtable

Dr. Avendaño took the opportunity to sit down with three LACS majors the week before graduation to find out how the LACS major impacted...

Episode 5 – David Slucki and the Un-essay

Have you ever wanted to step away from assigning an essay as the final project but weren’t sure how to do it or what...

On Minds and Water Puddles

TLTCon is just over two weeks away, and I want to draw your attention to an important concept that Roediger highlights in the last...

A Self Post – Considering Viktor Frankl

Two weeks ago (26 March) marked the birthday of Viktor Frankl, the existential philosopher, psychotherapist, and author who survived Nazi concentration camps during World...

Global Ambassadors Program

I sat down with the Honorable Jim Melville, Jr. recently about an incredible program for 3rd year students. To find out more about the...

Pinning Learning

The ancient philosopher Demetrius taught that overcoming obstacles is a lot like wrestling: you need know only a couple of moves really well to...

Episode 4 – Juliette Bourdier – Cultivating Soft Skills with an Undergraduate Academic Journal in French

I recently sat down with Dr. Juliette Bourdier to discuss an undergraduate journal she has created for second language French students. She discussed with...