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MARCH 25, 2020 | TALC discussion - Inclusive Practices | 1 p.m.
MARCH 26, 2020 | Online Teaching and Learning Faculty Learning Community meets | 1 to 2 p.m.
APRIL 8, 2020 | Canceled - Avenues of Scientific Discovery | 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
APRIL 8, 2020 | TALC discussion - Effective Group Discussions | 1 p.m.
APRIL 16, 2020 | Online Teaching and Learning Faculty Learning Community meets | 1 to 2 p.m.
APRIL 18, 2020 | North Dakota Science Olympiad
APRIL 22, 2020 | TALC discussion - Course Reflection and Self Review | 1 p.m.
MAY 7, 2020 | Online Teaching and Learning Faculty Learning Community meets | 1 to 2 p.m.
I hope, by now, in reading this series of stories about the Shadow a Student Challenge, you’ve noticed each administrator views their experience from a slightly different angle. It is fitting that we...
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Caley Gasch brings enthusiasm, engagement and hands-on learning to her classes. She joined the NDSU faculty in 2016, and teaches Soil Ecology and Advanced Soil Nutrient Cycling.
Her research and...
James Clifton, assistant professor of accounting practice, fosters a collaborative learning environment in his classes. Clifton’s goal is to make his classes as engaging as possible. Students are...
Angela MacAdams is a senior lecturer and director of NDSU’s allied sciences department. Her goal is to help students understand that the knowledge they gain today will impact the care they provide...